IIEP-Unesco Project on Flexible Learning Pathways in Higher education

In cooperation with the Finnish Institute for Educational Research, FINEEC has produced an overview of flexible learning pathways (FLPs) in Finnish higher education. FLPs were explored from three perspectives: flexibility in admissions, flexibility during study and flexibility towards graduation and employment.

The Finnish country case study was Finland’s contribution to the UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP-UNESCO) research project on Flexible learning pathways in higher education.

The eight participating countries consisted of Chile, Finland, India, Jamaica, Malaysia, Morocco, South Africa and the United Kingdom.

Finland’s country case study and key results

IIEP-UNESCO country note  Finland

IIEP-UNESCO publications

International Policy Forum 6 – 8 July 2021

For more information at FINEEC

  • Sirpa Moitus, puh. 029 533 5518, etunimi.sukunimi@karvi.fi