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OECD Reviews of Tertiary Education

FinlanD

John Davies, Thomas Weko, lillemor Kim, and Erik Thulstrup

OECD Reviews of Tertiary Education

Finland

John Davies, Thomas Weko, Lillemor Kim, and Eric Thulstrup

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Table of contents

1. Introduction ..................................................................................................... 7 1.1 The Participation ofFinland........................................................................ 8 1.2 Structure of the Country Note ................................................................... 10 2. The Finnish Higher Education System: Its Evolution and Major Strategic Issues .................................................................................................................. 11 3. The Labour Market, Student Experienceand the Educational Process...... 17 3.1 The Background Context .......................................................................... 17 3.2 Entry into Tertiary Education.................................................................... 19 3.3 Progression and Completion ..................................................................... 23 3.4 Flexibility.................................................................................................. 25 3.5 Labour Market Outcomes ......................................................................... 27 4. Equity and Access to Tertiary Education ...................................................... 31 4.1 Introduction: “A Place for Everyone” ....................................................... 31 4.2 System Strengths...
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