What is Erasmus+ for Higher Education 2021–2027?

The Erasmus programme is a key actor contributing to internationalisation in higher education: over a period of more than 30 years, it has enabled more than 90,000 Finnish students to complete a...

The Organisation of the Finnish National Agency for Education

The organisation and leadership of the Finnish National Agency for Education.

Erasmus+ for higher education, school education and vocational education and training: Teacher Academies application round ends 6.6.2024

The Erasmus+ Teacher Academies action develops European and international cooperation in teacher education, promotes multilingualism and cultural diversity, develops teacher education in line with the...

Primary and lower secondary education

The objective of primary and lower secondary education in Finland is to support pupils’ growth towards humanity and ethically responsible membership of society and to provide them with the knowledge and skills needed in life. Primary and lower secondary education encompasses nine years and caters for all those between 7 and 16 years.

Ethical guidelines for cooperation with partners from the Global South

Ethical guidelines, developed by the Finnish National Agency for Education (EDUFI) in collaboration with stakeholders, are targeted to all projects with partners from the Global South. The guidelines aim to strengthen equal and fair partnerships. They provide a basis for discussing important aspects of project planning and implementation, enhancing collaboration and transparency.

Registering for the YKI test

Multiliteracy and Media Literacy

Finland is well known for achieving good results in the international PISA-surveys over several years. The connection between basic literacy and media literacy is obvious and important to understand...

EQAVET The National Reference Point for quality management project 2023–2026

The framework for quality management in Europe is the EQAVET recommendation (European Quality Assurance in Vocational Education and Training), which is based on the model of continuous improvement...

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.

Spring Forum for Higher Education International Affairs

Finnish higher education institutions and EDUFI organise Spring Forum annually. The event is aimed at people working with international affairs in higher education institutions. The event brings together 300-400 participants each year.
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