NEaT announces partnership with Finnbrit

Nordic Editors and Translators are happy to announce partnership with Finnbrit, also known as The Finnish-British Society. The society was formed already in 1926 and currently operates in Punavuori where they provide English-language training and examinations as well as a hub of cultural activities

Finnbrit offers various forms of education and social events in English.
Finnbrit offers various forms of education and social events in English.

Finnbrit offers a wide range of open language courses with over 60 years of experience in language training and one-to-one training courses. All teachers are native speakers with over ten years of teaching experience. Finnbrit is the only authorized examination centre for IELTS in Finland and is also an authorized centre for the Cambridge English Language Assessment Examinations. They offer exams arranged by the Admissions Testing Service including BMAT, TSA and STEP. Examination Service arranges exams for the University of London External Programme, Open University and many universities in the UK and Australia.

In addition, Finnbrit offers an extensive network of translators and proofreaders and an ideal downtown location for conferences, meetings and dinner parties. All rooms have a computer and a wireless Internet connection. Due to partnership, NEaT can now arrange events and seminars in the same location that includes:

  • The Scottish Room suitable for small meetings (capacity 10–12 people)
  • The History Room suitable for meetings and small discussion events (capacity 14 people)
  • The Big Room suitable for larger meetings and dinner parties (capacity 16–20 people)
  • The inviting atmosphere of the Club Room suitable for meetings and social gatherings (capacity 15 people).

The Finnish-British Society arranges different types of cultural programmes for its members and other interested people including live musical performances, presentations, debating events, literature reviews, theatre trips and many more. Under the auspices of the Society, there are also clubs for special interests such as the Finn-Brit Players, Helsinki Morrisers, Helsinki International Folk Club, the Nursery Rhyme group and the Real Toads Poetry group. These organisations arrange their own programmes on a regular basis.

For more information about Finnbrit, please visit their website at


Published by Virvey

Writer, editor and translator in Finnish and English

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