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Learning Finnish provides information on Finnish language courses for immigrants in Finnish, English and Russian. The service has information on courses offered by more than 20 training providers.

A vocation and Finnish language

You can take part in POLKU or BAANA training if you want to study Finnish and learn a profession at the same time.

A vocation and Finnish language

Courses for stay-at-home parents

You can apply for these courses if you care for a child aged 6 months to 3 years at home. While you are studying Finnish, a nanny will take care of your child near the course location.

Finnish courses for stay-at-home parents

Courses at the Finnish Adult Education Centre

The Finnish Adult Education Centre of the City of Helsinki (Helsingin työväenopisto) organises Finnish courses for people whose native language is not Finnish. On these courses, students learn speaking, listening, reading comprehension and writing skills.

Finnish courses at the Finnish Adult Education Centre

Libraries’ Language Cafés

At the Helmet Libraries’ Language Cafés (kielikahvilat), you can practise your Finnish or Swedish in a relaxed atmosphere.

Libraries’ Language Cafés

Library's online courses

On the website, you can also study Finnish on online courses (verkkokurssit).

Library’s online Finnish courses

Studies at daycare and school

Finnish is taught at daycare centres, comprehensive schools, general upper secondary schools and vocational schools.

Learning Finnish at daycare and school

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