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...

Erasmus+ for Higher Education

Erasmus+ for Higher Education supports international cooperation between higher education institutions and international mobility of their students, teachers and other staff. Additionally, the programme promotes the quality and internationalisation of higher education.

Accreditation for Higher Education Mobility Consortia 2021–2027

Across the sea and by land – Star of Europe awaits

Ulla Pötsönen reports from her journey on the European railways to the international Star of Europe training in Prague. She has a lot of experience in travelling by land and with her diary also wants to encourage others to try more ecological and experiential modes of transport. With that in mind, she promised to share with us her best tips for travelling more slowly – welcome on board ships, trains and propeller planes with Ulla Pötsönen!


Contact information for the Finnish National Agency for Education, our services and independent units.

UNESCO Associated Schools Network – ASPnet

The UNESCO Associated Schools Network (ASPnet) unites students, teachers and educational institutions across the world around a common goal: “to build peaceful and sustainable societies in the minds of children and young people”. The aim of the worldwide UNESCO Associated Schools Network is to promote intercultural dialogue, peace, sustainable development, and quality education in a world of increased complexity and interdependence. ASPnet members support UNESCO’s mission and translate its global goals into teaching, learning and action.

Discussion and information event, Erasmus+ European Universities

Time and location:
14.1.2022 09.30–12.30
Enrolment period:
22.12.2021 – 12.1.2022 at 23:59 o'clock
The Finnish National Agency for Education and Ministry of Education and Culture will organize a discussion and information event about Erasmus+ European Universities in relation to the 2022 call for...

Financial support for a cooperation project in Finnish language and culture

You can apply for financial support from the Finnish National Agency for Education (EDUFI) for projects in Finnish language and culture.

Financial support for teaching Finnish language and culture in universities outside Finland

Universities teaching Finnish language and culture outside Finland can apply for financial support for this purpose from the Finnish National Agency for Education (EDUFI). The support can be used to cover a part of a teacher’s salary.

Inclusion and diversity

The new Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes make participation in the programme easier so that newcomer organisations, smaller organisations and persons who otherwise would not participate can benefit from the opportunities offered by the programmes.
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