Schlagwort-Archive: FINLAND

Watch Cedefop’s new video on Finland’s VET system!

Vocational education and training (VET) in Finland is an attractive educational option. It is competence-based and learner-oriented.

Strong employment prospects and flexible qualifications are among the reasons why 40 % of basic education graduates enrol to a VET module.

Nine in 10 Finns think that VET is of high quality and provides skills needed for jobs.

Following recent consultation, the Finnish government has decided on parliamentary reform of continuous education, responding to the people’s lifelong need for upskilling and reskilling.

Watch the animated video to find out more!

More: Education and training system

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Contact: martin.stieger@liwest.at

Prof. Dr. Dr. Martin G. Stieger

was allowed to complete an eMBA program at the TUAS Turku University of Applied Sciences

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EUROPEAN SMALL STATE NEUTRALITY: FINLAND AND AUSTRIA

exciting panel discussion:

EUROPEAN SMALL STATE NEUTRALITY: FINLAND AND AUSTRIA

How did the practice of Finnish and Austrian neutral policy emerge? What are the possibilities and limitations of the countries’ international cooperation for their armed forces?

Dr. Erkki Tuomioja

Foreign Minister of Finland 2000–2007; 2011–2015, Chairman of Historians without Borders 

Colonel Dr. Otto Naderer

Austrian Ministry of Defence

Univ. Prof. Dr. Rinna Kullaa

Finnish Academy; Founding member of Historians without Borders

Univ. Prof. Dr. Heinz Gärtner

University of Vienna; Science Commission, Austrian Ministry of Defence

Univ. Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Mueller

University of Vienna; Science Commission, Austrian Ministry of Defence

 

Wednesday, 10 October 2018, 17:00

Institute of East European History

Spitalgasse 2/Court 3/Entrance 3.2, 1090 Vienna)