Thursday, 24 May, 2018
Discrimination is still common in Nordic schools, found a research project titled JustEd by examining schools from the perspectives of...
About 50 per cent of the foreign students from non-EU countries studying at Finnish universities and polytechnic institutes are interested...
The Finnish Millennium Technology Prize was awarded on Tuesday to physicist Tuomo Suntola. His atomic layer deposition, ALD, was developed in...
The Board of the University of Helsinki on Wednesday has selected professor Jari Niemelä, Doctor of Philosophy, to the position...
Around 129,000 students attended education leading to a university of applied sciences degree and good 12,000 students attended education leading...
More than 80 per cent farmers of the country have a vocational degree, according to the Natural Resources Institute Finland...
Early educators in the capital city region will stage a walkout on Wednesday in protest of the new early childhood education bill. The...
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