Study in Finland
Finland's world-leading higher education system offers more than 400 English-taught bachelor's and master's degree programmes in 13 universities and 22 universities of applied sciences. The universities also offer English-taught doctoral degree options. Finnish higher education institutions have over 20 000 international students studying in several locations around Finland. One of the strengths of Finnish higher education institutions are the modern learning environments and facilities. High-quality classrooms and virtual learning environments, and free libraries enable students the best possible learning experience!
The annual tuition fee depends on the university and the degree programme, varying between 4,000€ and 18,000€ approximately. If you are required to pay tuition fees, you are also eligible to apply for a scholarship from the university. Monthly living expenses for students (including food, accommodation, travel, insurance, etc.) are around €700 - €900, depending on where you live and your living habits. Living costs are typically higher in larger cities.
Finland is a safe country where everyday life works and nature is always close by. Student unions and associations organize free-time activities, like sports and cultural events. Joining student activities is a good way of getting to know other students and be a part of the Finnish student life.