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.

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.

Strategic Partnerships

The Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships improve the internationalisation and quality of higher education. They are need-based and goal-oriented projects which can further develop innovative practices, materials as well as tools for teaching and learning. The projects can also improve the labour market relevance of higher education.

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.

European mobility for higher education - general information

The Erasmus+ Programme's European mobility supports international mobility periods for higher education students and staff in the Programme Countries. The Programme Countries include EU member states, ETA/EFTA countries Norway, Iceland, and Liechtenstein as well as North Macedonia, Serbia, and Turkey.

COVID-related restrictions on education gradually lifted in Finland from 14.5.2020

The Government has decided to gradually lift the restrictions on education on the basis of an assessment by the health authorities. Early Childhood Education and Basic Education schools will resume contact teaching on 14 May. Upper secondary education, vocational education and higher education institutions can also do so, but the Government recommends that they continue to provide distance education until the end of the term.

Recognition of foreign higher education studies as comparable to certain studies

This contains information about the recognition of foreign higher education studies as comparable to certain other studies through EDUFI, for people who are unable to receive a decision on the recognition of professional qualifications through other means.

Rescue services

If you are qualified in another EU/EEA member state or Switzerland for a rescue services position, and you are an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen, you can apply to work as a crew member, sub-officer or fire officer in rescue services in Finland. Read more here!

Degrees in Law

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...

Recognition of foreign qualifications in Finland

If you have completed a qualification abroad, you may need a decision on recognition of your qualification to be able to study or work in Finland. In most cases, the employer, educational...
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