• “I am not the same, having seen the moon shine on the other side of the world.”

    ― Mary Anne Radmacher

  • Learning Journey Finlandia

    Learning Program on the Finnish Education System

    To know about the Finnish Education System it is enough to visit schools.
    To understand it, you have to live the experiences of the sauna and the snowy forest.








  • We do not tell you about it, you get crossed by it.​


    We can talk for hours. We can tell you details. Nothing compares to being in schools, talking to students, interviewing managers, asking teachers.


    The Program is designed with Finnish methodology. It combines talks about the generalities of the system and the particularities of each level with visits, exploration, and reflection sessions.


    The Finnish educational system is a generator and a product of the Finnish culture. We cannot understand one without the other. The Program includes multiple experiences of real cultural immersion (we live as the Finns do!).




  • Relevant Topics

    We work on all levels of the System: initial, primary, secondary, and university.
    We have the focus adjusted on the most requested topics (and also on the ones that you bring)

    • Learning vs Teaching Differences, expectations, implementation
    • Teacher Training Process, programs, modalities
    • Role of the Manager Tasks, expectations
    • Design of the Learning Environment Space, time, strategies
    • School-Family Relationship Roles, expectations, commitments
    • School-State Relationship Roles, expectations, commitments
    • Knowledge Management Application of curricular contents
    • Student's Role Tasks, expectations
    • Teaching Role Tasks, expectations
    • Diversity Management Cultural, disability, bullying
    • Use of Technology Resources and implementation
    • School-Community Relationship Roles, expectations, commitments
    • Entrepreneurship Programs and methodologies
    • Management of Skills and Capacities Curricular application


  • Program

    11 intense, exotic and transforming days

    Days 1 to 4 - Resilience and Nature


    We begin by visiting the system at its limits. What is the invisible essence of the system? What is a school like in the Arctic Circle? How do you work in adversity?
    We learn the generalities of the Finnish Educational System
    We visit an Initial School, a Primary School, a Secondary School, and the University of Teacher Training.
    Will we see northern lights? It is very probable!

    Days 5 to 8 - Innovation and Design


    In contrast to the austerity of the North Pole, we fly to the Capital and explore an environment with greater resources. Is the same invisible essence still there? What are vocational schools like? Where is the focus of innovation?
    We experience the impact of Helsinki design and glamor on learning. We visit a Comprehensive Bilingual School (grades 1 to 9), a School of Pedagogical Innovation, and a Vocational High School.

    Days 9 to 11 - Practicality and Community


    We move towards the center of Finland. The train takes us to the ideal city so that we can explore university life and non-formal learning. What is the difference between a University and a University of Applied Sciences? How do Universities relate to the Community? What is the essence that remains intact? What impact does the system have on culture? We visit a University, a University of Applied Sciences, a non-traditional Entrepreneurship School, and a non-formal arts program.

  • A Program designed and facilitated by Nati Ceruti

    Nati is a reference for Finnish education in Argentina. She is frequently cited to give talks about the Finnish system from a Latin American perspective.


    She has been working for more than 12 years with educational institutions in Latam and Finland. She knows the points of similarity/difference/learning. From her double point of view, she designed Learning Journey Finland as a profound and transformative experience.


    More about Nati 

  • Investment

    Next edition TBA


    (without air tickets or hotel nights)


    It includes
    11-day Academic Program
    Visits and Interviews
    Cultural activities
    Transfers to Visits
    Participation certificate


    € 6,400 per person


    Early Bird € 5.800 per person


    (we take care of everything)


    It includes
    Learning Program
    Air tickets from Buenos Aires and inside Finland
    4 and 5 * Hotels with Breakfast
    Lunches and dinners
    Possibility of combining with other destinations before and after


    € 10,200 per person


    Early Bird € 9.300 per person



    Cash in Euros
    International Banking Transfer in Euros
    National Banking Transfer in Pesos (e/r of the day)
    Options with credit cards (check costs)

  • We have regular departures in January and September.


    We can also organize a custom trip.

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