Finnish vocational education and training is competence-based and customer-oriented.The purpose of VET is to increase and maintain the vocational skills of the population, develop commerce and industry and respond to its competence needs.
Preconditions for recognition A higher education degree completed abroad can be recognised as comparable to a Master of Laws degree only if the studies completed are comparable in terms of level and...
Time and location:
14.10.2019 – 21.10.2019 at 23:59 o'clock
Finnish-Russian Seminar for Higher Education Cooperation The 12th Finnish-Russian Seminar for Higher Education Cooperation will be held in St. Petersburg on 24-25 October 2019. The seminar will...
Seminar Internationalisation Higher education FIRST+
The conference programme is built around five themes: Pedagogically strong early childhood education, Ecologically strong early childhood education, Socially strong early childhood education and Culturally strong early childhood education.
The Finnish Government Scholarship Pool grants are intended for doctoral level post-graduate studies and research in Finnish universities and public research centres.
Development Higher education Research grants Internationalisation Funding
report provides a description of the Mitenna model for anticipation of long-term demand for labour and educational needs, complete with anticipation data relating to demand for labour up until 2025 as well as intake needs for education and training in the latter part of the 2010’s based on this data.
Reports and reviews
Study the frequently asked questions about the national certificates of language proficiency to get a good overview of how to acquire one.
Education and qualifications Assessment of competence Second national language, Swedish Second national language, Finnish Foreign languages
The Finnish National Agency for Education offers support for Finnish language and culture studies to universities, teachers, students, and postgraduates.
Programmes Higher education