Finnish edtech spreads in the Commonwealth
Finnish edtech companies Claned Group and Graphogame have gained access to the Commonwealth markets through their holding company Learning Intelligence Group (LIG), after it signed a co-operation agreement with the Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS).
LifeLearn goes to school in Indonesia
LifeLearn has signed an agreement with AGPAII, a large Indonesian teachers’ association operating under the Ministry of Religious Affairs.
Haaga-Helia starts up in South Africa
Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences will export its startup and entrepreneurial knowhow to South Africa after launching a co-operation with the country’s largest university Tshwane University of Technology.
Brazil makes use of Finnish learning methods
Innovation-focussed learning methods by Turku University of Applied Sciences (TUAS) have landed at the University of Caxias do Sul in Brazil.
Lyfta edtech gets global recognition
Finnish edtech company Lyfta has been awarded for the world’s best innovative learning and education product at the World Summit Award 2017 innovation competition.
Funzi provides mobile learning in Syria
The Finnish mobile learning service Funzi is collaborating with non-profit organisation UNDP to deliver mobile learning to Syria as a form of humanitarian aid.
Arcusys digitalises Swedish teacher education
Finnish IT company Arcusys has won a substantial bid from the Swedish National Agency for Education, Skolverket. The company’s digital learning platform Valamis will act as the base for teacher and principal education in Sweden.
Oamk LABs lands yet another accolade
Oamk LABs, a learning model developed by Oulu University of Applied Sciences, has taken home an international award for its innovativeness.
Finland and Indonesia fight fires together
Peatland and forest fires are a constant threat in Indonesia. Now, the problem will be tackled with the help of Finnish expertise.
Finland and China team up in science education
The University of Helsinki and Beijing Normal University (BNU) are planning to establish a Finnish-style LUMA centre at BNU.