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Capacity Building for Higher Education (CBHE): Webinar for applicants

Time and location:
5.12.2019 09.30–12.30
Enrolment period:
6.11.2019 – 2.12.2019 at 16:00 o'clock
Webinar for Capacity Building for Higher Education (CBHE) applicants applying in the 2020 call

Participation in early childhood education and care has increased in Finland

The participation rate in early childhood education and care is below the OECD average and clearly lower than in the other Nordic countries. The participation rate has however grown evenly since 2000.

Key note speakers

Key note speakers Li Andersson Minister of Education at Ministry of Education and Culture, Finland Twitter: @liandersson Political career Left Alliance, Party Leader, 2016 to present Left Alliance...

Knowledge Alliances

Knowledge Alliances are large-scale projects between higher education institutions and enterprises that develop higher education and support the creation of new innovations. These projects are based on higher education institutions' and enterprises' genuine and mutual cooperation which results, for example, in implementing new teaching methods, strengthening students' entrepreneurial skills or developing enterprise's personnel training.

Qualifications frameworks

The purpose of the qualifications frameworks is to facilitate comparison of qualifications and qualification levels of different countries and to promote mobility and lifelong learning. Each level in the qualifications frameworks describes the knowledge, understanding and practical capability achieved by an individual who has completed a qualification, syllabi or competence module at that level. The competences are described as jointly agreed in European collaboration.

Capacity Building for Higher Education (CBHE) projects

Capacity Building projects in the field of higher education in the Erasmus+ Programme support the modernisation, accessibility and internationalisation of higher education in Partner Countries outside the EU.

Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees

Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees are high-level internationalstudy programmes, jointly delivered by multiple higher education institutions. The Erasmus Mundus programme includes studies in at least two different countries. Students have access to considerable scholarships and they receive a degree from at least two European higher education institutions after graduation.

Summer courses in Finnish language and culture in Finland

Courses on Finnish language and culture for students of Finnish in foreign universities

Jean Monnet Activities

The Jean Monnet Activities have been a part of the European Union's Erasmus+ Programme since 1989. Jean Monnet supports teaching and research related to the European Union. The activities are open for higher education institutions as well as organisations and associations working in the field of higher education worldwide.

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Erasmus+ for higher education team helps you in all questions related to higher education sector's Erasmus+ management. You can contact us at!
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