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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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.
Programmes Higher education Erasmus+ for higher education Internationalisation
It is the beginning of the 1990s and Tytti Yli-Viikari, a secondary school pupil, has heard about the international IB diploma programme, which has just been introduced in Finland. The plans for a...
The Finnish National Agency for Education supports international cooperation between higher education institutions through different funding programmes. An essential part of both the internationally and nationally financed programmes is network cooperation.
Development Higher education Asia Erasmus+ for higher education FIRST+ Generation Study Abroad HEI ICI Nordic Master Nordplus Higher Education north2north Scholar Rescue Fund
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.
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.
The participation rate in early childhood education and care is below the OECD average and clearly lower than in the other Nordic countries. The participation rate has however grown evenly since 2000.
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.
Education and qualifications Basic education Upper secondary education Vocational education and training Higher education Adult education