Finnish cyber security education goes to Vietnam
The Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City (VNUHCM) has commissioned the University of Turku, a part of Finland University, to deliver a three-year bachelor’s degree programme in cyber security.
Claned and World Vision to improve teaching quality in Kenya
Finnish edtech company Claned Group is providing its online learning solution ClanedKids to World Vision Finland, to be put to use in the Ngoswet region of Western Kenya.
Finnish education heads to the Maldives
The Finnish education export company EduCluster Finland has agreed with Educonnect in the Maldives to bring its Finland International School to the island nation.
Finnish innovation has children’s education down to a science
A science academy that ignites the spark children have for learning – Kide Science is an idea that could only come from Finland. Now, it’s in demand all over the world.
Claned named best e-learning firm of the year
Helsinki-based education technology developer Claned has been named the best e-learning company of 2018 at the EdTechReview Summit & Expo in New Delhi, India.
Tunisian classrooms to learn the Fun Academy way
Finnish company Fun Academy and Tunisia’s Ministry of Women, Family and Childhood have entered into a partnership to further the development of early-childhood education in Tunisia.
Finnish education proves its value in Kazakhstan
A Finnish university consortium led by JAMK University of Applied Sciences has agreed with Kazakhstan’s health authority on a two-million-euro development project of the country’s nursing education.
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.