Autumn Forum for HEIs’ International Issues: a joyful get-together that set its sights to future

The Autumn Forum for Higher Education Institutions’ International Issues was held in Oulu on 16–17 August 2022. The event brought together more than 250 experts of international cooperation from higher education institutions around Finland.

How students develop personally through experiences during their studies? Participate in the Campus International survey!

The questionnaire includes questions on student’s background, personality traits and behavior. The survey is therefore also an opportunity to learn about yourself. The participants reply the...

Circus Pedagogy – the Future of an Innovative and Inclusive Education in Europe

This innovative research-based practice of Youth and Social Circus Pedagogy is based on the Erasmus+ project Youth and Social Circus Arts – an Innovative and Inclusive education for Europe (Circus++)...

Funding to 13 Finnish organisations from Erasmus+ Alliances for Innovation

The application round for Erasmus+ Alliances for Innovation ended on 7 September 2021. A total of 317 applications were submitted in the whole Europe. Thirteen organisations from Finland were granted funding, two of them as coordinators of a project and the others in the role of a project partner.

Updated 3 March: Impact of Russia's attack on Ukraine on ongoing projects and international mobility in EU programmes

Due to the crisis in Ukraine, the force majeure clause can be applied to ongoing projects and mobility activities funded by the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes.

Focus on Africa event attracted a large number of participants

The importance of collaboration with African countries is growing in the youth and education sectors. With this in mind, the Finnish National Agency for Education organised a webinar entitled Focus on Africa on 9 December 2021, which highlighted the growing strategic focus and widening cooperation opportunities arising out of collaboration with African countries in the education and youth sectors.

COVID-19 reduced the number of student exchanges in higher education also in the autumn term

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to restrict student mobility in higher education as the number of outgoing and incoming students in Finland remained clearly lower than normal in autumn 2021. The spring term is anticipated to be slightly better.

Student experiences of Erasmus+ mobility during the corona pandemic

Unexpected virtual and blended mobility According to the Erasmus+ programme’s EU Survey participant reports filled in by students after their mobility, many felt like this move online happened...

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

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

Responsible freetime enables swift return to normal conditions

With this communication, we would like to emphasize the importance of slowly getting back to a more open society and student life while following the recommendations from the national health...
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