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Finnish education system was ranked best in the world in 2012 (the Learning Curve, Pearsons). Thanks to their basic education and national entrance exams, Finnish students are highly motivated to study. Unlike in most countries, students also have a real influence on the quality of education. There is legislation in place that allows them exceptional influence in developing their institutions and studies together with their teachers. Studying in Finland is regarded as relatively independent. We are quick to adapt innovative studying methods for use. For example, problem-based learning has been in use at our polytechnics and universities for many years. Teaching methods in Finland are far from authoritarian. Learning is based on discussion, working together, and pupils finding information for themselves.