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The Finnish National Committee for FEANI

Insinöörijärjestöjen kansallinen komitea (KANSKO)


c/o The Union of Professional Engineers in Finland
Insinööriliitto UIL
Ratavartijankatu 2
FIN-00520 Helsinki
Tel:  + 358 201 801 801
Fax: + 358 201 801 820
E-mail: hannu.saarikangas@ilry.fi
http://www.ilry.fi


President : Mr. Hannu SAARIKANGAS

 

The Union of Professional Engineers in Finland

Insinööriliitto UIL
Ratavartijankatu 2
FIN-00520 Helsinki
Tel:  + 358 201 801 820
Fax: + 358 201 801 820
E-mail: hannu.saarikangas@ilry.fi


Secretary General : Mrs Sari TAUKOJÄRVI

 

Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland TEK

Ratavartijankatu 2
FI-00520 Helsinki
Tel:  + 358 40 5200 278
Fax: + 358 9 2291 2911
E-mail: sari.taukojarvi@tek.fi  


Adhesion :1960

Declared number of engineers: 78.589

Number of EUR INGs: 674 (January 2016)

Member Associations

 

Driftingenjörsförbundet i Finland rf

(The Association of Swedish Speaking Engineers in Finland DIFF)

President: Mr Peter Lytz

Banvaktsgatan 2A,
FIN-00520 Helsingfors
Tel +358 9 47 677 17
Fax
Email : kansli@diff.fi
http://www.diff.fi
 
 

Insinööriliitto IL ry

(Union of Professional Engineers in Finland)

President: Mr Samu Salo

Ratavartijankatu 2
FIN-00520 Helsinki
Tel +358 201 801 801
Fax +358 201 801 880
http://www.ilry.fi
 
 

Tekniikan Akateemiset TEK

(Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland TEK)

President: Mrs Marjo Matikainen
Secretary General: Mr Heikki Kauppi

Ratavartijankatu 2
FIN-00520 Helsinki
Tel +358 9 2291 21
Fax +358 9 2291 2911
http://www.tek.fi
 
 

Tekniska Föreningen i Finland rf

(The Engineering Society in Finland TFiF)

President: Mrs. Mikaela Runeberg
Secretary General: Mrs Britta Sunde

Banvaktsgatan 2
FIN-00520 Helsingfors
Tel +358 9 47 677 18
Fax
Email: kansli@tfif.fi
http://www.tfif.fi
 
 
 
The four member organisations of the Finnish National Committee for FEANI are all independent registered associations (according to Finnish law on associations). These organisations actively give their contribution on planning of education policy, not with the authority of law, but by complying the Finnish law. As the majority of engineers - oth MSc and BSc - are members of the organisations, they have a position to negotiate with government officials and ministers. The organisations are highly appreciated in Finnish society although there is no official regulations on their position.