Finnish International School coming to Taiwan
Finnish education export company EduCluster Finland (ECF) is launching a Finnish International School in Taoyuan city, Taiwan, together with Taiwanese investment firm DT Company.
Aalto and Singapore universities team up
Aalto University and the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) have signed a multi-year agreement to deepen co-operation in multiple fields.
Kide Science lands in China
Finnish early childhood science education company Kide Science has closed its first deal in China with Saint Maria Parent-Child Kindergartens.
Finnish universities offer world-class employability
The University of Helsinki and Aalto University have been listed on the Global University Employability Ranking 2018.
Playvation signs first major deal in China
Hundreds of children at Saint Maria Parent-Child Kindergartens in Nanjing, China, will start learning a foreign language with Moomin Language School, a digital early language learning method developed by Finland’s Playvation.
Airport College International plants roots in Japan
Airport College International, a Finnish online training service for airlines, airport ground handling agents and logistics, has registered a subsidiary in Japan and opened a new office in Tokyo.
JAMK to promote food education in Dubai
JAMK University of Applied Sciences in Jyväskylä, Finland, will co-operate with Dubai Municipality to strengthen nutrition and food safety programmes in Dubai, the UAE.
Mightifier helps build positive culture in US schools
Finnish education technology company Mightifier is launching its positive school culture programme in elementary schools across the US, together with local partner Sunburst Digital.
Arkki helps kids design smart and friendly Ho Chi Minh City
Finnish-originated Arkki School of Architecture for Children and Youth is collaborating on a smart and child friendly Ho Chi Minh City project in Vietnam, together with UNICEF and local partners.
Minifiddlers brings violin to wider audience
International Minifiddlers, a programme launched by Helsinki-based Caprice, could make violin teaching a reality in primary schools and after-school clubs.