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Seminar organized by the Embassy of Finland: Education: The Best Investment a Country can do—Finnish Experience

The Embassy of Finland in Bucharest organizes a Seminar on Education: the Best Investment a Country can do – Finnish Experience on Friday, June 8.

According to the Embassy of Finland, the event is included in the `Educated Romania` events calendar and will provide input towards drafting the project outcomes.

“Providing high-quality education and training and equal opportunities for all citizens is a long-term objective in many countries. Education is seen as a key to competitiveness, prosperity and wellbeing of any society. As the world around us changes, the schools need to change as well to meet the requirements of tomorrow. In co-operation with the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture, the Finnish National Agency for Education, Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland as well as Romanian counterparts, we have identified three fields in which the experience of Finnish education experts could benefit the Romanian society. That is why this Seminar will focus on teacher education and life-long teacher training, curriculum planning and vocational education and training. In addition to the Finnish experts’ sharing their knowledge, during this event we invite you, policy makers, education experts and other stakeholders of education, representatives of associations or companies, to join us in the discussion about these topics,” says Mrs. Päivi Pohjanheimo, Ambassador of Finland in Romania.

This event is part of the bilateral and EU presidency cooperation between the Embassy of Finland and Romania.

Against the background  of  a vivid national debate since years on education in Romania where the Finnish education system been frequently referred to, this seminar is expected to provide an excellent opportunity for learning and fruitful debates, with the Finnish education experts expected to share their knowledge on teacher education and life-long learning, curriculum planning and VET.


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