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The quality of Finland’s educational system is admired all over the world. Now the Finnish Government is preparing a new law that makes it possible to export vocational training services including degrees. The focus is to export the flexible independent graduation method where students can graduate from the basis of their former work experience. However, most students participate in preparation courses before the final examination. The concept includes both basic- and specialised vocational education graduation. The new law intends to make it easier for educational organisations to sell independent examination internationally, and is a part of the Finnish Governments intention to remove obstacles of education export on all educational levels. Source: Press Release Finnish Ministry of Education