Logos and communication instructions for Erasmus+ projects

Your work in the Erasmus+ is important and you should also let others know about it. Well-planned and implemented communications speed up launching your project, promote the dissemination of experiences and good practices, improve the visibility and awareness of the project and those carrying it out, help you find new partners, and bring EU programmes closer to citizens.

Professional Qualifications Directive

Familiarise yourself with our website or contact us if you are qualified for a profession in an EU or EEA country you would like to pursue your profession in Finland or another member state and you...

International mobility of teachers and other staff

Finnish National Agency for Education collects annually international mobility statistics of teachers and other staff in basic education and in general upper secondary education. Teachers go abroad to teach and to project meetings.

International mobility of pupils and students

Finnish National Agency for Education collects annually international mobility statistics of pupils in basic education and students in general upper secondary education. Pupils in basic education do study visits abroad etc. Students in general upper secondary education go to short-term study visits or to exchange student periods that last at least one semester.

Instructions regarding coronavirus for ongoing projects in Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes

Current instructions related to the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes have been compiled on this page.

Examination days and test centres

National language proficiency tests (YKI) are held in a number of locations across Finland. The test dates are listed on this page. If you wish to take the test, you should register directly to a test centre by the registration deadline.

Erasmus+ strategic partnerships: additional call for proposals in autumn 2020

The European Commission has opened an additional call for proposals as part of the measures supporting recovery from the coronavirus crisis. The funding in the additional call will be granted to Erasmus+ KA2 strategic partnerships. The application period ended on 29 October 2020 at 12 noon CET (13.00 Finnish time). In Finland, the funding granted to all sectors will total approximately EUR 3.4 million.

Coronavirus complicates the situation of incoming degree students as well as exchange students in Finland

The coronavirus pandemic has had a considerable impact on international student mobility in higher education institutions (HEIs). In the course of this year, the Finnish National Agency for Education has investigated the situation by means of several surveys on the number of mobilities and the arrangements made by HEIs. The most recent survey revealed that coronavirus has in many ways complicated not only the situation of exchange students but also the situation of foreign degree students in HEIs.

Countries participating in the Erasmus+ programme

Erasmus+ programme is open to EU member state countries and certain countries outside the EU, such as Turkey, Norway and Iceland. In addition to these, partner countries neighbouring the EU can participate if criteria and conditions are met. Outside these, many other partner countries around the world can also participate in Erasmus+ centralized projects.
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