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Webinar on Finnish Education

Eminent speakers from HY+, representing the University of Helsinki’s Faculty of Educational Sciences

Date : 29/01/2021 (5:00 to 7:00PM IST)

Finland is a top-performing OECD country in reading literacy, maths and sciences with the average student scoring 523, above the OECD average of 486. The best-performing school systems manage to provide high-quality education to all students. The trust that teachers enjoy in Finnish society is deserved and reflects the very high quality of their training. Finland has raised the social status of its teachers to a level where there are few occupations with higher status.

What makes Finnish Education system stand out? How did Finnish education manage during the pandemic times? What are the post pandemic schooling recommendations from Finland?

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The key speakers would speak about the following topics

  • The past, present and future of Finland’s Education System
  • Lessons from Finland’s education management during the pandemic.
  • What is the ideal way of adopting Finnish education model in developing countries.?
  • Educational collaborations with Finland
  • Finnish Educational System and opportunities in the new National Education Policy
  • How can University of Helsinki HY+ help and what are the offerings

Key Speakers

Minna Saadé

Senior Transnational Education Advisor for the University of Helsinki HY+ Global Services

Riikka Hälikkä

Senior Transnational Education Manager at the University of Helsinki HY+ Global Services

Neeraja Janaki

Education Psychologist, Career Counsellor and Life Coach Mentorz4u

Dr. Martin

Secretary for Education,
CMI congregation

Rev Father. Prashant Palakkappillil CMI Ph. D

S.H. College, Thevara

Dr. Anup Jinadevan

Co-founder and Partner,

Unnikrishnan S Kurup

Co-founder and Partner,

Moderated by

Muralee Thummarukudy

Operations Manager,
Crisis Management Branch,
United Nations Environment Programme


Fully owned by the University of Helsinki, HY+ provides continuing education and development services for organisations and individuals in Finland and abroad. Services are developed in collaboration with the faculties and departments of the University of Helsinki and are customised to the needs of the client.

University of Helsinki, Finland’s oldest and largest university, has been located in Helsinki since 1829. With the widest range of disciplines available, around 32,000 students are enrolled in the degree programs of the university spread across 11 faculties and 11 research institutes.