Finnish youth have stayed at the top of the PISA ranking lists since the year 2000. Are you interested in visiting Finland to discover more about our successful and high-quality education system? Let EduBorealis lead the way!
One day visits
The Highlights of Finnish Education
Come and explore different ways of learning in classroom. During the visit you will meet the principal, discuss and share knowledge with Finnish teachers. Get familiar with the concept of guidance counselling in Finland.
Visit lessons, meet teachers and students: Explore a variety of student- centered methods used in the classroom. Get new ideas how to implement them in your classroom.
In Finland the students use digital textbooks, platforms and exams. Come and experience everyday life in the classroom with different digital tools.
1 person 490€ + VAT
2 people 700€ + VAT
3 people 900€ + VAT
Additional participants: 100€ + VAT / person
5-day study tour
Each day includes:
* Visit to a Finnish school (different school levels)
* Exploring work in the classroom
* Discussing and sharing knowledge with experienced Finnish teachers
* Workshop / Cultural visit
Ask for more information and start your journey to education paradise, Finland!
Finnish Education in a nutshell
Free high-quality education for all.
This is the basic principle behind the world-renowned Finnish education system. The Finnish education policy aims to offer all its citizens equal opportunities to education.
- Education is free at all levels, from primary schools to higher education. School textbooks and lunches are free for all pupils in basic education. At upper secondary level, however, students or their parents purchase textbooks.
- The Finnish education system is also quite flexible, there are no dead-ends as students can continue their studies on a higher level of education, no matter what choices they make in between.
- The focus is on learning rather than testing, and there are no national standardized tests for pupils in basic education.
- Both schools and teachers enjoy extensive autonomy. The Finnish education system relies on the proficiency of highly-educated teachers and other staff members.
Finnish youth have stayed at the top of the PISA ranking lists since the year 2000. Come to Finland to discover more about our successful and high-quality education system and let EduBorealis lead the way.