Information about the Introducing Reverse Innovation Model in HEI in Tanzania (IRIS) project


Information about the Capacity Building in Fisheries and Aquaculture Education in the Kyrgyz Republic (FishEDU) project

eTraining FinPal

Information about the Online Training of Trainers: Initiative to Develop Pedagogical Practices in Palestinian Higher Education (eTraining Finpal) project


This page contains information about the Eritrea Learning For All: Developing Post-Graduate Degree Programs (ELFA2) project


Information about the Building Sustainable and Resilient Communities Through Co-creation Between Universities and Businesses (BUSCO) project


Information about the TPP-Nepal project: Teacher Preparation Programme through ODL Mode for Enhancing Quality in Education.

Basic Education

The objective of basic education in Finland is to support pupils’ growth towards humanity and ethically responsible membership of society and to provide them with the knowledge and skills needed in life. Basic education encompasses nine years and caters for all those between 7 and 16 years.

Move! – monitoring system for physical functional capacity

Move! is a national physical functional capacity monitoring and feedback system for Finnish 5th and 8th grade pupils. It produces information that can be combined with the extensive health check-ups performed for the 5th and 8th grade pupils. The main purpose of the system is to encourage pupils to independently take care of their physical functional capacity.

Education system

The Finnish education system consists of pre-primary and basic education, general and vocational education and higher education. The compulsory schooling consists of one-year pre-primary education for 6-year-olds and nine-year basic education for children aged 7-16.

Experiences of the impact of Erasmus+ staff mobility in Finnish schools

International study on the impacts of professional development
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