Education institutions’ tasks Despite the update education institutions are still issuing credentials and supplements for students and graduates. Finnish National Agency of Education is offering...
Erasmus+ Capacity Building for Higher Education projects are multilateral higher education development projects supporting the capacity development of higher education in Partner Countries. Finnish...
Programmes Higher education Erasmus+ Erasmus+ for higher education
Lukion opetussuunnitelman perusteet uudistuvat. Uudet perusteet on tarkoitus ottaa käyttöön vuonna 2021. Uudistuksen tavoitteena on kehittää lukion opetusta niin, että se tukee opiskelijoiden hyvinvointia, antaa opiskelijoille jatko-opinto- ja työelämävalmiuksia nykyistä kattavammin sekä tukee opiskelijoiden yksilöllisiä tarpeita ja oppimista.
Koulutus ja tutkinnot Lukiokoulutus Opetussuunnitelma
The Finnish National Agency for Education advises education providers, higher education institutions and other stakeholders on questions concerning academic and professional recognition of qualifications. On this page, you can find guidance material on recognition of qualifications and information about foreign systems of education to support your guidance work.
Services Higher education Internationalisation Integration
The European Universities Initiative within the Erasmus+ Programme includes close and ambitious cooperation between higher education networks, increased student and staff mobility and strengthening the connections between education, research and innovations. The goal for the initiative is to promote fact-based economy, employment and welfare in Europe.
Programmes Higher education Erasmus+ for higher education Internationalisation
The Scholar Rescue Fund (SRF) programme offers scholars threatened or persecuted in their home country the chance to continue their work in a safe environment. The programme is established by the U.S. Institute of International Education (IIE) and Finnish National Agency for Education coordinates and co-funds the programme in Finland.
Programmes Higher education Scholar Rescue Fund Internationalisation
Autumn term in Finland started this week, as education providers at local level have set the starting day for basic education to fall between 11.8.–18.8.2020. Schools start in contact teaching, but are ready to switch to distance learning if the epidemiological situation requires. The Finnish National Agency for Education (EDUFI) has provided instructions and support materials on aspects that should be considered when arranging schoolwork in the autumn of 2020.
Impacts of the coronavirus on Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes
Programmes Higher education Erasmus+ Erasmus+ for adult education Erasmus+ for vocational education Erasmus+ for higher education Erasmus+ for youth work - Youth in Action Erasmus+ for general education Erasmus+: Sport European Solidarity Corps