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Finland
Top Reasons to Study in Finland
  • Finland is a republic located in Northern Europe, with a population of about 5.56 million
  • Finland’s Capital is Helsinki
  • Official languages are Finnish and Swedish. Especially younger Finns understand English relatively well
  • The happiest country in the world!
  • Most Finns speaks good English; therefore students can communicate with locals with ease.
  • Euro is the official currency of Finland.

Some of the famous cities in Hungary are:

Helsinki

Tampere

Turku

Oulu

Jyväskylä

Lahti

WHY STUDY IN FINLAND?
  • Quality of Education
  • World-class and modern education
  • The most competitive, happiest and wealthy country
  • Excellent infrastructure and a well-functioning society
  • Trust, Honesty, Equality, Positive attitude, Flexibility
  • A safe and clean environment, Corruption-free
  • The home of Nokia, Kone, Moomins, Angry Birds
  • The home of Santa Claus & Angry Birds – friendly people
  • “Finland ranked as the best overall country, as well as the best high-income country and the best country for education” (Newsweek, 18 August, 2010)
  • Best Higher Education and Training System in the World – World Economic Forum 2015
Scholarships:

Universities offer a range of options for scholarships both for bachelor’s and master’s level international students, as The first academic year the scholarship covers 50% of the tuition fee. In the following academic years, the scholarship covers 50% of the tuition fee if a student earns required credits for the program.

Post Study Work Visa:

2 Years after completion of Bachelor’s or Master’s

Part Time work/Student Jobs

International Students can also work for 30 hours per week (part-time) on average during the academic year and work full time with no restrictions during holidays.

The students are allowed to work part time but are restricted to do such jobs only that are related to their study course.

Typically, the current minimum wage in the cleaning branch is €7-8 per hour. The average hourly wage amongst industrial worker is about €14 per hour

Students with Finnish language skills are entitled for higher wages as compared to the students having no skills.

Finland Institutions Represented
  • Aalto University
  • University of Turku
  • Tampere University
  • University of Eastern Finland
  • LUT University, Lappeenranta
  • Metropolia University of Applied Science
  • Satakunta University of Applied Sciences – SAMK
  • LAB University of Applied Sciences
  • Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences
  • University of Vaasa
Popular Courses
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • IT
  • Forestry
  • Environment
  • Health
  • International Business and Entrepreneurship
  • Hospitality Management
Duration & Tuition Fee

For Bachelor’s-

12th with minimum 55-60%

For Master’s-

Minimum 55-60% in bachelor’s degree + 2 years of work experience (for some universities)

Student selection criteria- (Do vary university to university)
  • Online entrance examination + interview
  • IELTS – overall 6.0 for Bachelor’s and overall, 6.5 for Master’s
  • Minimum 55-60% in bachelor’s degree + 2 years of work experience (for some universities)
  • Student selection criteria- (Do vary university to university)
  • Online entrance examination + interview
  • IELTS – overall 6.0 for Bachelor’s and overall, 6.5 for Master’s
Entry Requirements
Duration:

Bachelor’s- 3 to 4 Years

Master’s- 1 to 2 Years

Duration:

Bachelor’s- € 8,000 to € 9,700 approx.

Master’s- € 9,500 to € 10,000 approx.

List of Documents Required for Application
  • Passport copy
  • Marksheets of 10th and 12th
  • Degree Certificate
  • Bachelor’s Transcript
  • IELTS (as per university requirements)

Intake- Spring Intake- (January),Autumn Intake-(September)