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Education and qualifications Assessment of competence Second national language, Swedish Second national language, Finnish Foreign languages
International Mobility in Finnish Higher Education
Finnish National Agency for Education collects annually mobility statistics in higher education. This includes both credit mobility (periods of study or traineeship abroad that are recognised as part of student’s ongoing studies at a home institution) and degree mobility (students who enrolls at a higher education institution (HEI) abroad in order to complete a full degree programme). Data source: Vipunen - Education Statistics Finland.
Statistics Higher education Internationalisation Statistics
The centralized advisory address related to the corona situation and the effects of Russia's attack on Ukraine has been deactivated
The e-mail address info(a)oph.fi, which at the Finnish National Agency for Education was used for inquiries related to the exceptional times in recent years, has been deactivated. The centralized advisory address has been used for issues related to education, training and teaching during the corona pandemic and after the start of Russia's attack on Ukraine. We continue to serve at our regular advisory mail addresses, which are monitored by experts in our subject areas.
Cooperation with partners from the Global South
Cooperation with partners from the Global South This website presents the Finnish National Agency for Education EDUFI’s different programmes and actions aimed at supporting educational cooperation...
Erasmus+ higher education: Cooperation Partnerships (KA220-HED) application round ends 24.3.2023
Erasmus+ Cooperation Partnerships (KA220-HED) improve quality of higher education. The aim is international and inter-disciplinary cooperation among organisations and production of innovative results.
Higher education Erasmus+ Erasmus+ for higher education Internationalisation
Cooperation Partnerships for Higher Education
Erasmus+ Cooperation Partnerships (KA220-HED) improve quality of higher education. The aim is international and inter-disciplinary cooperation among organisations and production of innovative results. In these projects organisations can share ideas and develop new practices and methods.
Programmes Higher education Erasmus+ Erasmus+ for higher education Internationalisation
Contact us - Erasmus+ for Higher Education
Erasmus+ for higher education team helps you in all questions related to higher education sector's Erasmus+ management.
Programmes Higher education Erasmus+ for higher education Internationalisation
Finnish National Agency for Education and UNICEF to deepen collaboration on innovations in education
Finnish National Agency for Education (EDUFI) and the UNICEF Office of Innovation signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Monday 20 March 2023 to deepen cooperation on innovations in education. The MoU will pave the way for EDUFI’s Finnish Centre of Expertise in Education and Development (FinCEED) to work closely with UNICEF’s Global Learning Innovation Hub based in Helsinki. The two organizations aim to collaborate at strategic and technical levels to accelerate innovative solutions in learning that promote inclusive, quality education for all children and young people. Yhteisymmärryspöytäkirja tiivistää yhteistyötä Opetushallituksen alla toimivan Opetusalan kehitysyhteistyön osaamiskeskus FinCEEDin ja UNICEFin Helsingissä sijaitsevan Global Learning Innovation Hubin välillä. Organisaatioiden tavoitteena on tehdä yhteistyötä strategisella ja teknisellä tasolla kehittääkseen innovatiivisia oppimisratkaisuja, jotka edistävät inklusiivista ja laadukasta koulutusta kaikille lapsille ja nuorille.
Current issues Global Cooperation
Universities outside Finland in which you can study Finnish language and culture
A list of universities in our network offering Finnish language and culture teaching, of which there are over 80 universities in almost 30 countries at the moment.
Development Higher education Internationalisation
Mental Health in Youth Work
The project will initiate in spring 2022 by defining the European aims and objectives. In the coming years different the participating countries will organise activities which link to the chosen priorities and objectives. In the future youth workers and other people working with young people can take part in educational activities where they expand their understanding of how to support young people’s wellbeing and gain competences for everyday youth work.
Education and qualifications Civic activity Youth Erasmus+ Erasmus+ for youth work EU youth programmes European Solidarity Corps