UniPID Course: “Global Education Development” – Register until 31 December 2022

GlobalOpen for all

Main topic: Sustainable Partnerships

5 ECTS CPs — Studies start 16 January 2023 (online) — Registration: 1–31 December 2022 | This course gives an overview of: 1) Education development globally: education as one of the sustainable development goals (SDG4), education policies, trends, challenges and international cooperation, 2) Research in education development, education in sustainability and development education, and 3) Connections between local, national and global education development.

Africa Day celebration at the University of Helsinki’s Faculty of Educational Sciences 

AfricaOpen for all

Main topics: Research Ethics, Sustainable Partnerships

You are warmly welcome to join us in exploring possibilities around Africa-related themes and activities in the field of educational sciences. The Faculty of Educational Sciences invites you on the 25 May 2022, 9:00–12:00, to participate in a morning of sharing and learning and a cup of coffee or tea with some small treats!

Metropolia webinar on information security in relation to China cooperations

ChinaOpen for all

 | Metropolia University of Applied Sciences

Main topics: Research Ethics, Sustainable Partnerships

Metropolia welcomes you to join a webinar for information security experts and specialists in international affairs from higher education institutions, on the topic of possible information security issues related to China cooperation, especially in research cooperation or while travelling to China. No registration is required.

Reimagining the Future of Education – GINTL-JoLII Webinar Series “Dialogues on Education and Society”


Main topic: Sustainable Partnerships

The speakers with share their perspectives to the future of education as it is laid out in the UNESCO’s 2021 report “Reimagining Our Futures Together”. They will also engage in a facilitated dialogue. The webinar features speakers Prof. Teng Jun (Institute of International and Comparative Education, Beijing Normal University), Dr. and Academy Researcher Johanna Kallo, Faculty of Education, University of Turku), and Dr. Crystal Green (Head of Research, HundrED organisation).

GINTL Coffee Chat with HAMK: “Reflecting on the Effectiveness of Networking: Lessons Learned From the Noste Program (2004–2007)”

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Main topics: GINTL Network, Sustainable Partnerships

Join us for the April GINTL Coffee Chat on “Reflecting on the Effectiveness of Networking: Lessons Learned From the Noste Program (2004–2007)” with guest speaker Dean Seija Mahlamäki-Kultanen on 5 April at 9:00–10:00 (EET).

GINTL Public Launch Event: “Sparking Higher Education Partnerships for Education Development”

GlobalOpen for all

 | GINTL Coordination

Main topic: Sustainable Partnerships

The launch of the Global Innovation Network for Teaching and Learning (GINTL) brings together the network’s 20+ member higher education institutions and other partners to hear about sustainable partnerships in higher education for education development.

Members of our network

We are a network of dedicated scholars and practitioners, who work jointly with our partners to co-create research-based solutions for local needs.

Together, we can spark cycles of learning for better education. 

Project coordinators

GINTL Finnish higher education institutions