Careeria Oy (Porvoo International College)

Organization full name: Careeria Oy

Address: Perämiehentie 6, 06100 Porvoo, Finland

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Coordinator contact information: email, phone:

Jukka Hakala

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Cell: +358 407754638

With sixty years of vocational education and training experience, two strong educational institutions, Edupoli and Point College merge to form a new company called Careeria. From January 1, 2019, new careers will be provided by Careeria, who will also be a brand new local training provider. The multidisciplinary vocational education institution Careeria is preparing tomorrow's top experts for unique, future-oriented careers, many of which will be in multiple languages and create new roles in the international environment. The new school, Careeria, wants to encourage, enable, guide and coach students in their career paths and create new horizons, strengthening lifelong learning and integrating it into working life. The Careeria Education Provider permit allows the development of a diverse area in education and promotion of its vitality together with working life. Careeria educates young people and adults in Finnish, Swedish and English and also has their own apprenticeship activity. The owners of the company are the cities of Porvoo, Sipoo, Loviisa, Askola and Lapinjärvi, and the school operates throughout Eastern Uusimaa and the capital area. Virtually we serve learners nationwide regardless of time and place. Careeria's offering covers over twenty different fields of study, and the diploma programs includes more than 80 different fields of industry, profession and speciality vocational qualifications. The number of students is about 11,000 people per year (3000 student years) and turnover is approximately EUR 32 million. The Group also includes the subsidiary Edupoli Oy, which operates in the free market. Careeria has over 400 employees and a total of 10 offices: 5 in Porvoo, Loviisa, Askola, Vantaa, Helsinki and Kerava.