Erasmus+ for general education

Participating in the programme provides your school's teaching staff with an opportunity to learn or teach their field abroad, and enable your school's pupils to develop their international skills.

School premises in Finland closed to prevent the spread of coronavirus

School premises in Finland are closed until 13 April in order to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. This concerns basic education from grade 4 to 9, general upper secondary schools and vocational schools throughout the country. Pupils in grades 1-3 in basic education may go to school, but parents are strongly urged to keep their children home whenever possible. Early childhood education and care centres stay open but parents are asked to keep their children home whenever possible.

Children first - Info

General information Location The conference venue is Messukeskus Siipi Conference Centre (address: Rautatieläisenkatu 3, 00520 Helsinki) located in Pasila area. Read more about getting to Messukeskus...

Erasmus+ for Higher Education

Erasmus+ for Higher Education is the European Union's exchange and cooperation programme for higher education institutions for 2014 ̶2020. The programme supports international cooperation between higher education institutions and mobility of their students, teachers and other staff. Additionally, the programme promotes the quality and internationalisation of higher education.

What is the Erasmus+ Programme?

Erasmus+ on Euroopan unionin koulutuksen, nuorisoalan sekä urheilun ohjelma.

HEI ICI Programme

The Higher Education Institutions Institutional Cooperation Instrument (HEI ICI) supports cooperation projects between higher education institutions in Finland and the developing world that are designed to enhance higher education provision in these countries. The projects support the higher education institutions in developing their subject-specific, methodological, educational and administrative capacities. Finland’s Ministry for Foreign Affairs provides funding for the programme through its development cooperation funds. The Finnish National Agency for Education (EDUFI) administrates the programme.

Dr. Fathiah Zakham receives OWSD-Elsevier award

Dr. Fathiah Zakham, a microbiologist from Hodeidah University in Yemen and an Institute of International Education Scholar Rescue Fund (IIE-SRF) fellow and Finnish National Agency for Education (EDUFI...

Qualifications frameworks

The purpose of the qualifications frameworks is to facilitate comparison of qualifications and qualification levels of different countries and to promote mobility and lifelong learning. Each level in the qualifications frameworks describes the knowledge, understanding and practical capability achieved by an individual who has completed a qualification, syllabi or competence module at that level. The competences are described as jointly agreed in European collaboration.
Seminar

CANCELLED Children first - Designing sustainable early childhood education - International conference

Time and location:
4.–7.5.2020
Messukeskus, Helsinki
Update 12.3.2020: Due to the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19), this event is unfortunately cancelled. Save the date! We are happy to invite you to discuss and learn together about sustainable...

Children first - Designing sustainable early childhood education

We are happy to invite you to discuss and learn together about sustainable early childhood education. To address the issues, we are announcing an International conference held on 4-7 May 2020 in Helsinki, Finland.
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