P.O. Box 380FI-00531 HelsinkiFinland
The Finnish Education Evaluation Centre (FINEEC) is an independent government agency responsible for the national evaluation of education.
The evaluations of FINEEC cover the education system in its entirety, from early childhood education to higher education.
The Finnish Education Evaluation Centre (FINEEC) is an independent government agency responsible for the evaluation of education. It carries out evaluations related to education including the operations of education providers from early childhood education to higher education. FINEEC comprises an Evaluation Council, a Higher Education Evaluation Committee and units for the evaluation of general education, vocational education and training (VET) and higher education.
Universities of Applied Sciences
Opetushallitus/Utbildningsstyrelsen recognizes the
eligibility that foreign qualifications give for civil service posts and
positions in Finland. It is the Finnish contact point for
international information networks such as the ENIC/NARIC. It is
also the National Europass Centre of Finland providing information on
the Diploma Supplement and the Certificate Supplement, for example.
In Finland refugees may apply for the recognition of their
qualifications for purposes of work or further studies similarly to other
applicants that have gained their qualifications abroad.
No link is available at this time
P.O. Box 38000531 Helsinki
The Finnish Government Decree on University Degrees (794/2004) and for
Polytechnic Degrees (497/2004) obliges the higher education institutions
to issue a Diploma Supplement intended for international use to a
person who has completed a degree. All higher education institutions
issue a Diploma Supplement automatically, in English and free of charge
to their graduates.
The description of the higher education system for the Diploma
Supplements' point 8. has been prepared by the Finnish National Agency for Education and approved by the Ministry of Education and Culture.