JAMK ramps up education co-op with Kazakhstan
Jyväskylä University of Applied Sciences (JAMK) has started its second master’s degree programme in nursing with the Kazakh Medical University. A total of 20 participants have been chosen for the programme, and they will eventually obtain a degree from both institutions.
Finnish universities among world’s best in research
The National Taiwan University (NTU) Ranking, an annual survey of the scientific research pursuits of the world’s top universities, features eight Finnish universities.
UN Technology Innovation Labs partners with xEdu
United Nations Technology Innovation Labs (UNTIL) and Finnish edtech startup accelerator xEdu are set to accelerate the development and implementation of new learning solutions for emerging economies.
Five for Friday: Education, part 3
There are many reasons why Finland has earned its great reputation in education. Here are five more.
Aalto among world’s top 10 young universities
Aalto University has placed ninth on the QS Top 50 Under 50, a list of the world’s best universities established less than 50 years ago.
Fun learning kindergartens to open in China
Finnish early education company Fun Academy is introducing the ‘Fun Learning’ approach in several kindergartens set to open in Beijing and other locations around China.
Aalto Executive MBA to be organised in China
Aalto University Executive Education’s (Aalto EE) flagship programme, the Aalto Executive MBA, is launching in China this year.
New backers boost Mighty United’s US fortunes
Finnish company The Mighty United has found advisors and investors to back its entry to the US.
JOSEK forms partnership with China’s Z-Park ECEPC
Joensuu Regional Development Company (JOSEK) and Z-Park ECEPC, a Chinese civil organisation comprising experts, businesses and research institutions from the environmental protection industry, have entered into a partnership.
Finnish anti-bullying programme goes to schools in Iceland
Finland University, the University of Turku, and the University of Iceland’s School of Education have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to pave the way for the implementation of the KiVa anti-bullying programme in Iceland.