Finnish vocational education and training

VET supports lifelong learning and students’ development as human beings and members of society. It provides students with knowledge and skills necessary in further studies and promotes employment. In...

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.

Erasmus+ Teacher Academies action

The Erasmus+ Teacher Academies action supports the development of teacher education in European cooperation.

Lifelong Guidance in Finland

Lifelong learning has become increasingly important as society is changing and evolving. Guidance related to lifelong learning helps individuals to identify their abilities, competence and interests in the different stages of their life. Guidance also supports them in making decisions on their education and career and in managing their life path.

Erasmus+ Vocational Education and Training and Higher Education: The deadline for applications under Alliances for Innovation is 7 September 2021

Erasmus+ Alliances for Innovation improve Europe's innovation capacity through strategic cooperation of higher education, vocational education and training, and companies.

Financial support for teaching Finnish language and culture in universities outside Finland

Universities teaching Finnish language and culture outside Finland can apply for financial support for this purpose from the Finnish National Agency for Education (EDUFI). The support can be used to cover a part of a teacher’s salary.

Financial support for a cooperation project in Finnish language and culture

You can apply for financial support from the Finnish National Agency for Education (EDUFI) for projects in Finnish language and culture.

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.

Erasmus+ for Higher Education

Erasmus+ for Higher Education supports international cooperation between higher education institutions and international mobility of their students, teachers and other staff. Additionally, the programme promotes the quality and internationalisation of higher education.
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