About the Service
InfoFinland is a multi-language website providing vital information to people planning to move to Finland and to immigrants already living in the country. The website also helps authorities with multi-language communications.
InfoFinland offers users reliable information in their own language about moving to Finland, work, studying, housing, education, health, family, problem situations and leisure activities. The information is being continuously updated.
The InfoFinland website is responsive. It is easy to use with various devices, such as smartphones and tablets.
The languages of the service are Finnish, Swedish, English, Russian, Estonian, French, Somali, Spanish, Turkish, Chinese, Persian and Arabic. The language versions are identical in content. A translation agency is responsible for the translations.
InfoFinland also has links to materials that have been published in other languages.
Information about local services
InfoFinland contains information about the services of several municipalities. You can find links to the municipal websites under Cities in the column on the right. When users enter the municipal website, they are shown links to basic information about the subject.
The Citiespage shows the InfoFinland municipalities on the map.
The InfoFinland website is maintained by the City of Helsinki. The InfoFinland editorial team is in charge of updating the sections Moving to Finland, Living in Finland and Information about Finland as well as the information on Helsinki, Espoo, Vantaa and Kauniainen. The editorial teams of the other member municipalities are responsible for maintaining their own municipal websites.
The Finnishcourses.fi service for finding Finnish and Swedish language courses is a part of the InfoFinland service.
InfoFinland is funded by the state and partner municipalities.
InfoFinland's Editor-in-Chief is Eija Kyllönen-Saarnio.
The name of the InfoFinland online service used to be Infopankki. The name was changed in November 2018.
The Infopankki.fi online service was published in 2003 jointly by the Caisa international cultural centre and Helsinki City Library at the City of Helsinki Cultural Office.
Today, InfoFinland operates at the City of Helsinki Executive Office’s Communications unit.