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General Information

Capital: Helsinki
Languages: English, Finnish and Swedish
Population : 5,338,395
Currency is Euro.

Information about Finland

Finland is located north of Europe and shares its borders with Sweden, Norway and Russia.

Finland is three times the size of Ohio. It is heavily forested and contains thousands of lakes, numerous rivers, and extensive areas of marshland. Except for a small highland region in the extreme northwest, the country is a lowland less than 600 ft (180 m) above sea level. Off the southwest coast are the Swedish-populated Åland Islands (581 sq mi; 1,505 sq km), which have had an autonomous status since 1921. 

Studying in Finland

The country offers excellent opportunities in higher education in every field of study. The Finnish government has put a greater emphasis on education and therefore education has been its highest priority. Finland, at present, has 21 university level institutions and 30 polytechnics. In fact, degree and exchange students together constitute nearly 5 percent of the total student enrolment in these institutions of higher education.

The national policy of internationalization has also facilitated the advancement of educational system in the country, which in turn has ensured that students from all corners of the world come to the country to pursue quality higher education. 

Moreover, Finnish universities and polytechnics have also laid emphasis on imparting education in English. This has been one of the major reasons why international students have increasingly preferred the country for higher studies. Besides, the natural splendor of the country has attracted many students from overseas. 

Finland offers leading education in various fields of study such as information technology, biotechnology, environmental sciences, architecture, music, art, and design. Nevertheless, educational opportunities are not limited in the country. The quality of education in the country is quite impressive and the cost of education is low. Universities and polytechnics present in the country normally do not charge any fee as the Ministry of Education funds higher education at the university level. The Ministry of Education is also responsible for ensuring the quality of educational system in Finland. Of late, the number of students coming to the country under the exchange programme has also increased manifold.

Reasons to Study in Finland
  • No IELTS
  • Schengen Visa
  • Low Funds To Show
  • Low Tuition Fees
  • 10+2 Pass Eligible
  • 99.95 % Visa Success Rate
  • Visa within 10–12 Working Days 
  • No Visa No Fee
  • Easy Embassy Interview
Cost of Study 

Package is 5 lakhs which include Tuition Fees, Accommodation, material Fees, Visa Approval Charges excluding Air Ticket.

Cost of Living

The monthly cost of living for a student in Finland is approx. 500-600 euros .This includes accommodation, travel and food bills.


There is only one main Intake ie August but few colleges take intake for January also.

Working in Finland

Foreign students can do up to 20 hours of part-time jobs while studying in Finland. However there is no time limit to work during vacations.

Application Requirements 
  • Passport
  • Insurance document for the duration of your stay 
  • Sufficient funds 
  • Academic Documents
  • 4 Photographs 


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