Choosing your future
Are you interested in studying in Finland? Good choice! Foreign students at Finnish universities highly recommend the experience. The high quality of life, the flexibility and range of choice at universities and the affordability of education makes Finland an attractive place to study. In addition, you can get by perfectly well in Finland speaking English.
A strong Union in the interests of Finland and Ireland
The Lisbon Treaty, Finland’s chairmanship of the OSCE, Georgia, relations between the EU and Russia, meetings with the press. These were events on Foreign Minister Stubb’s agenda during his visit to Dublin on 19 November. The Minister had a working lunch with his Irish colleague Micheal Martin, talked at a session of the Sub-Committee on Ireland’s Future in the European Union, and gave a presentation together with Martin to students at University College Dublin.
European Parliament awarded its Prize for Journalism to a young Irish journalist Angela Steen
European Parliament awarded its Prize for Journalism to a young Irish journalist Angela Steen. Ms Angela Steen (Ireland) was one of the participants in the 16th Foreign Correspondents' Programme, organized by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland in 2007.
OECD PISA 2006: excellent results for Finnish students
The knowledge and skills of Finnish students in science, mathematics and reading are of the highest order. In science and mathematics they are rated best in the OECD countries and in reading the second best. The main focus in PISA 2006 was science literacy.
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