Service guide for recognition of qualifications

A step-by-step guide to assist you, when you need a decision or information about the eligibility your qualification provides, when you apply for work or a study place in Finland.

Course for kindred peoples in Russia

The course for kindred peoples is meant for students of Finnish in universities in the Finno-Ugric regions of Russia. Students of Finno-Ugric languages or Finnish in Finnish universities may apply to work as teachers on the course.

Summer courses in Finnish language and culture 2020

Summer courses in Finnish language and culture available to students of Finnish language in universities outside Finland.

Recognition of professional qualifications gained within the EU/EEA

If you hold professional qualifications from another EU/EEA member state or Switzerland, and you are an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen, you can apply for recognition of professional qualifications. Learn more here!

Education development and internationalisation

Information on the development of and support for Finnish education provided by EDUFI.

Funding for internationalisation

EDUFI supports internationalisation through several funding programmes. Read more on our Education development and internationalisation page.

Information about the processing of personal data (Advisory statements)

1. Data Controller The Finnish National Agency for Education (Opetushallitus) P.O. Box 380, 00531 Helsinki, Finland. kirjaamo(at)oph.fi, opetushallitus(at)oph.fi, +358 29 533 1000 (switchboard) Head...

Information about the processing of personal data

1. Data controller The Finnish National Agency for Education (Opetushallitus) P.O. Box 380, 00531 Helsinki, Finland. kirjaamo(at)oph.fi, opetushallitus(at)oph.fi, +358 29 533 1000 (switchboard) Head...

EU Professional Qualifications Directive

The Finnish National Agency for Education functions as the national assistance centre for the recognition of professional qualifications. The assistance centre provides information about...

Countries participating in the Erasmus+ programme

Erasmus+ programme is open to EU member state countries and certain countries outside the EU, such as Turkey, Norway and Iceland. In addition to these, partner countries neighbouring the EU can participate if criteria and conditions are met. Outside these, many other partner countries around the world can also participate in Erasmus+ centralized projects.
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