HEI ICI Programme

The Higher Education Institutions Institutional Cooperation Instrument (HEI ICI) supports cooperation projects between higher education institutions in Finland and the developing world that are designed to enhance higher education provision in these countries. The projects support the higher education institutions in developing their subject-specific, methodological, educational and administrative capacities. Finland’s Ministry for Foreign Affairs provides funding for the programme through its development cooperation funds. The Finnish National Agency for Education (EDUFI) administrates the programme.

Finland supports digitalisation of higher education in developing countries

The Ministry for Foreign Affairs has granted EUR 11.2 million to 4-year higher education partnerships to develop the capacity of distance learning at higher education institutions and to support...

Our partners

National Europass Centres In each country (in the EU and in the EEA), a National Europass Centre coordinates all tasks related to Europass. All citizens and organisations interested in Europass or...

EDUFI Fellowship

Are you looking for a scholarship to help you recruit a foreign student to do doctoral research? The EDUFI Fellowship is intended for providing initial funding to carry out research for a doctoral thesis in Finland.

Impacts of the coronavirus on Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes

Impacts of the coronavirus on Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes

SIMHE services at higher education institutions

Questions related to the higher education of immigrants and asylum seekers are especially discussed in the higher education institutions responsible for SIMHE services (Supporting Immigrants in Higher Education in Finland), supported by the Ministry of Education and Culture.

Finnish education in a nutshell in Spanish - La educación finlandesa en síntesis

La educación finlandesa en síntesis

Recognition of teaching qualifications and teacher education studies

If you have completed your qualifications abroad and wish to work as a teacher in Finland, it is likely that you will need a decision from the Finnish National Agency for Education recognising your qualifications.

Lifelong Guidance in Finland

Lifelong learning has become increasingly important as society is changing and evolving. Guidance related to lifelong learning helps individuals to identify their abilities, competence and interests in the different stages of their life. Guidance also supports them in making decisions on their education and career and in managing their life path.
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