Study In Finland

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Study In Finland

Finland is renowned for being one of the best countries when it comes to education. It has a diverse and interesting culture, which prioritises high quality education. Finland has the highest rate of students choosing to go into higher education in the world, and its unusual education system has been used as a model around the world.

Finland and some of its “best in the world” titles:

  • Finland is the safest country in the world.
  • World Economic Forum, The Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2017
  • Finland is the third most prosperous country in the world. Legatum Institute, The Legatum Prosperity Index 2018: Finland

Education in Finland answers to future needs the third best in the world.

Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) & Yidan Prize, Worldwide Educating for the Future Index

Why Study In Finland?

Study In Finland
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Finland is renowned for being one of the best countries when it comes to education. It has a diverse and interesting culture, which prioritises high quality education. Finland has the highest rate of students choosing to go into higher education in the world, and its unusual education system has been used as a model around the world.

All teachers in Finland are required to have a Master’s degree, and teachers are selected from the top 10% of graduates. This illustrates how seriously the Finnish take education. Seven of the country’s universities are listed within the top 500 of the 2018 QS World University Rankings.

Study In Finland
Study In Finland

The Finnish higher education system is one of the most successful in the world. It welcomes more than 23,000 international students choosing Finland in 2017. With strong connections to the rest of Europe, Finland is the perfect destinations for international students. This gives you a chance to explore new countries and cultures whilst studying.

Cost of Studying and Living in Finland

Students from a country outside of the EU/EEA and want to study a bachelors or master’s degree will have have to pay tuition fees. The cost of studying will vary between different institutions, but the prices tend to range from €6,000 to €18,000.

For your living costs, it is recommended that you budget for between €700 and €900 per month. This is including accommodation, transport, food and course materials. On top of this, you need to make sure you have valid health insurance, and it is always useful to have a little money kept aside in case of an emergency!

As an international student you are also permitted to work, but only up to 25 hours per week during term time.

Visa

If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen, you are required to obtain a renewable student residence permit in order to study in Finland. To apply for this permit, you will need several documents. These include a formal letter of university acceptance, health insurance and evidence that you can financially support yourself. You can start this application either at the Finnish consulate or embassy in your home country, or via Enter Finland.


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