Fourth graders waltzing away during their Independence Day ball at the Finlandia Hall. Picture: Tony Öhberg for Finland Today

There is a definite demand for education in English in Finland. This need was elaborated at a recent education seminar organized by Indian Women in Finland and Espoo International School, which gathered various spokespeople involved in the world of education, including ambassadors, principals and members of the parliament. In addition, the demand is high for good preschool daycare (päiväköti or kindergarten) in English and several were represented at the seminar.

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