Erasmus+ for Higher Education: Capacity Building application round ends 16.2.2023

Erasmus+ Capacity Building in Higher Education supports the modernisation, accessibility and internationalisation of higher education in EU-external partner countries. There are three kinds of...

Erasmus+ Higher Education: Erasmus Mundus application round ends 16.2.2023

Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters are high-quality international study programmes delivered jointly by several higher education institutions. The Erasmus Mundus action includes Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters...

Primary and lower secondary education in Finland

PRIMARY AND LOWER SECONDARY EDUCATION CONSIST OF GRADES 1–9 Primary and lower secondary education follows pre-primary education and is provided in comprehensive schools. Comprehensive schools have grades 1–9. Education starts the year a child turns 7 and lasts until pupils are 15–16 years old. number of lessons EDUCATION IS FREE Pre-primary, primary and lower secondary education are free in Finland. Textbooks and other learning materials are also free of charge. Pupils get a free school meal every day. Healthcare and welfare services are also free. School nurses, dentists, school psychologists and social workers are available through schools. If pupils live far from school, they get free school transportation.

Primary and lower secondary education in Finland in Ukrainian Брошура містить огляд початкової та неповної середньої освіти у Фінляндії

Брошура містить огляд початкової та неповної середньої освіти у Фінляндії. Початкова та неповна середня освіта у Фінляндії надає базову інформацію про структуру освіти. Крім того, тут міститься інформація, наприклад, про предмети та трансверсальні навички в початковій та неповній середній освіті, принципи оцінювання та спеціальні послуги для учнів із мігрантським та багатомовним походженням. The Ukrainian language brochure Primary and lower secondary education in Finland

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.

EU Login, OID and PIC: how to register as an Erasmus+ participant

By registering you will be able to participate in the Erasmus+ programme as an applicant and as a partner of other projects. You will find the instructions for registering on this page.

Finnish in Finland training programme

The Finnish in Finland (Suomea Suomessa) training programme offers opportunities to students of Finnish language in universities outside Finland to get trainee placements in Finnish workplaces.

Erasmus+ aikuiskoulutukselle

Erasmus+ tukee aikuisen oppimisen parissa toimivien organisaatioiden kehittämistä eurooppalaisessa yhteistyössä. Ohjelma mahdollistaa verkostoitumisen ja aikuiskoulutuksen osaamisen kehittämisen Euroopassa.

Jean Monnet Actions

Jean Monnet Actions, launched in 1989, are part of the European Union's Erasmus+ programme. Jean Monnet focuses on European integration, but the programme also covers other points of view and subjects related to Europe.

Erasmus+ for higher education, school education and vocational education and training: Jean Monnet application round ends 14.2.2023

Jean Monnet Actions support teaching, learning, research and debates on various aspects of the European Union in different education sectors. Funding is available for various actions in the fields of...
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