Iceland looks to adopt Finnish anti-bullying programme KiVa

A presidential delegation from Iceland visited the University of Turku this week to sign an MOU that brings Finland’s anti-bullying programme KiVa one step closer to Icelandic schools. The...
 

More Thai teachers graduate in Tampere

The latest graduation ceremony in Tampere was attended by representatives from RMUTT, its sister universities, the University of Tampere, Finland University (the main co-ordinating body), and the...
 

University educators in Brazil complete University of Tampere course

Anima Educação is a Brazilian education group that runs five higher-education institutions with some 100,000 students across several states in Brazil. Anima’s spirit is rooted in the transformative...
 

Training teachers in Indonesia

The Mutiara Insani School in Purwakarta – a town some 85 kilometres east of Indonesia’s capital Jakarta – was originally founded in 2010 to provide free education for underprivileged children. The...
 

Leading Vietnam university chooses Finland for cyber security studies

With more than 60,000 undergraduate students and some 5,600 faculty members, VNUHCM is one of Vietnam’s largest universities. Its multi-disciplinary academic programme covers information technology,...
 

Strong growth continues in 2018

2017 was a strong year of growth for Finland University and saw us add new key members to our team. Our member universities delivered successful new education programmes in new markets in Asia,...
 

Finland University takes Finnish expertise around the world

The number and volume of education programmes from Finland has increased substantially in recent years. Finland University is a leading actor in taking Finnish education to far corners of the world. 
 

Saudi teachers graduate and bring Finnish education expertise back to Saudi Arabia

Saudi teachers celebrated their graduation from the six-months professional training programme in Helsinki, on November 29, 2017.
 

Namibian teachers in snowy Joensuu

In January 2017, 25 Namibian primary teachers travelled to Finland to join the University of Eastern Finland at the Joensuu Campus. They are studying in the two-year Master’s Degree Programme in...