The National Europass Centres and their partner organisations form a wide international network.

National Europass Centres (NECs)

In every country (European Union and European Economic Area), a National Europass Centre coordinates all activities related to the Europass documents. It is the first point of contact for any person or organisation interested in using or learning more about Europass.

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Europass Portal

From the Europass portal you can access the Europass documents and information on Europass in more than 20 different languages:

Organisations & Partners

Our international network of organisations and co-operation partners in support of the mobile learner and worker.

EU programmes in the field of education and training

This link provides access to the European Commission website dedicated to Community programmes and actions in the field of education and training.

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ENIC and NARIC networks

The Finnish National Board of Education represents Finland in the ENIC and NARIC information exchange networks (the European Network of National Information Centres on Academic Recognition and Mobility and the Network of National Academic Recognition Information Centres, respectively), aiming to promote academic recognition of foreign education.

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The Finnish National Agency for Education

The Finnish National Agency for Education works for increasing and enhancing internationality in Finland.

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Portal (Learning Opportunities Throughout the European Space) provides information for studnets, job seekers, parents, teachers and guidance and counselling professionals information on study opportunities in Europe.

PLOTEUS web-portal >>


EURES (European Employment Service) aims to facilitate the free movement of workers within the European Economic Area. Partners in the network include public employment services and other organisations involved in employment affairs, such as trade unions, employer organisations and local and regional authorities. The partnership is co-ordinated by the European Commission.


European Commission – Directorate-General for Education and Culture

The website of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Education and Culture provides information on developments in the fields of education, training, youth, culture and sports at a European level.



The European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP) is a European Union agency based in Thessaloniki, Greece. Its role is to assist the Commission, the Member States and labour market organisations throughout Europe in vocational training policies.

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European Langauge Portfolio

The Council of Europe has developed the European Language Portfolio, a document in which those who are learning or who have already learned a language – whether at school or outside school – can record their language learning and cultural experiences.


Hallo Pohjola – information service

Hallo Norden information service supplies both companies and private individuals who are considering moving to or within the Nordic Region with information concerning social security, taxation, studying and working in the Nordic Region, as well as other relevant practises and regulations of the Nordic countries. The website is directed to both private citizens and state officials.