In an image study commissioned by the Ministry of Education and Culture and Skills Finland, telephone interviews will be carried out with more than one thousand grade 9 pupils plus parents, upper secondary school students and vocational education and training students. In addition, interviews will be carried out with 100 HR professionals from different companies and 100 pupil counsellors. With the exception of general upper secondary school students, approximately 50 personal interviews will also be conducted for these same target groups. The study follows on from those carried out in 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, 2018 and 2020.
Vocational Qualifications in Finland 2019
This brochure gives an overview of Vocational Qualifications in Finland. The three biggest VET sectors are technology, communications and transport; social sciences, business and administration, and social services, health and sports.
Internationalisation of VET - Finland
In this brochure - Internationalisation of VET - you can find some statistical data on mobility and information on development of internationalisation of VET in Finland.
Finnish VET in a nutshell
Finnish vocational education and training is competence-based and customer-oriented. The purpose of VET is to increase and maintain the vocational skills of the population, develop commerce and industry and respond to its competence needs.
Reports and publications
Key figures on vocational education and training in Finland
This report gives and overview of Finnish VET and provides information on the structure and contents of vocational education and training: on student and teaching staff numbers: on the course of VET studies; and on transition from VET to further education and work. This report describes the Finnish VET system in the light of basic statistical data including comparisons at a general level with OECD countries and the situation in the other Nordic countries and Estonia.
Vocational education and training in Finland
This short description contributes to better understanding of vocational education and training (VET) in Finland by providing insight into its main features and highlighting system developments and current challenges.
Spotlight on VET Finland
Finnish vocational education and training (VET) is competence-based and learner-oriented. Cedefop's brief guide provides all the information you need on Finland's VET system in a concise manner.
How do companies benefit from vocational skills competitions? What do vocational institutions gain? We gathered a bunch of examples of succesful cooperation into a brochure, which is also available in printed form.