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Seminar Early childhood education and care
In Finland, information, guidance and counselling services are offered by several operators. In addition to public services, the third sector and private operators also offer guidance services.
Every student in vocational education and training (VET) is entitled to guidance counselling. The purpose of guidance counselling is to support students during their studies and ensure that they acquire the knowledge and skills required for moving on to further studies and employment.
Education and qualifications Vocational education and training Teaching and guidance
The purpose of guidance counselling is to support students in their studies during general upper secondary education and ensure that they acquire the knowledge and skills required for moving on to further studies and employment.
Education and qualifications Upper secondary education Teaching and guidance
Guidance counselling is of key importance from the viewpoint of the pupils, school, and society alike. The guidance forms a continuum that extends throughout the pupil’s years in basic education to subsequent studies.
Education and qualifications Basic education Welfare Teaching and guidance
Higher education student's experiences of Erasmus+ mobility
Faktaa and Facts Express
EDUFI organised a national level coordinators’ meeting for the representatives of Finnish higher education institutions taking part in Erasmus+ Capacity Building for Higher Education projects.
Programmes Higher education Erasmus+ Erasmus+ for higher education
Average group sizes in basic education in Finland have for a long time been below the OECD average. This is the case also in 2017, according to this year’s Education at a Glance that was published in September.
Current issues Basic education
Basic education in the Nordic region is a comparative report that aims at giving an overview of basic education in the Nordic region, in Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. The report describes and provides statistical data on central features such as governance, structures, expenditure, accessibility and equity, quality assurance, support for learners and teachers.
Reports and reviews