India and Finland have recently held discussions to bolster their collaboration in the education sector. Talks between their Education Ministries focused on School Education, Vocational Education, and Higher Education policies. Both sides are keen on capacity building for teachers, STEM education, and utilizing digital technology in education. They also aim to collaborate on research, particularly in areas like AI, Quantum Tech, sustainability, and climate change. The dialogue highlighted India's new regulations under NEP 2020 for internationalizing higher education. The two countries have an existing partnership, including a Migration and Mobility Partnership Agreement. Collaboration includes initiatives like NCERT's MoU with Finland's EDUFI for school education and various joint initiatives in higher education. Overall, the discussions underscore the commitment of India and Finland to deepen their collaboration across multiple dimensions of education, aiming to foster mutual learning and advancement in the field.