is a freelance writer and a communications professional. He holds an international M.Soc.Sci from the University of Helsinki. His perspective on lifelong learning has been formed by working several years in the Finnish public education sector. He has a special interest towards job market relevance of national education systems.
First generation of Danish “entrepreneurial natives” emerging
The EU ranks Denmark as one of the pioneers in bringing entrepreneurial values to education. Accordingly, Denmark has seen a remarkable cultural change: the current status of entrepreneurship is comparable to rock-stardom and new segments of students are getting more motivated in learning.
Job markets are opening for open learners
Academic qualification has become more attainable due to the development of open learning programmes. As an increasing number of students pursue education through open universities, qualifications and job market values have to be reconsidered.