Study in Finland

5 Reasons to Study in Finland!

  • High-quality yet affordable education

  • Finish institutions offer high facilities to international students.

  • Free study program for international students and sophisticated e-Learning system.

  • Stable economy and cheap public transport

  • International students are guided by professional student services throughout their studies.

About Finland

Finland is a Northern European country and bonds its border with Sweden, Norway and Russia. The capital city Helsinki is a domicile of sea fortress Suomenlinna, and diverse museums. According to WHO, Finland has the cleanest air of the EU countries and the third cleanest air in the world. It great country to either study or work in.


Life in Finland


Finland listed as the happiest country in the world by World Happiness Report. In terms of technology, it is best in many aspects like public transport, banking, schools, public services. Here everything is tied to technology.


Finland universities offer a good range of scholarship programs for foreign students. Including, Finland Foreign Correspondents Programme (FCP), University of Helsinki Scholarships for International Students, University of Tampere Scholarships for International Students, University of Oulu Masters Scholarships for International Students, Protein Science International Masters Scholarship at University of Oulu Finland.


Industries and Research

Finland’s largest industries are electronics, machinery, vehicles and other engineered metal products, forest industry and chemicals. Economically, Finland is highly industrialized. Finland offers wide range of jobs in IT sector. The country is heavily connected to technology and internet. They hire a lot of engineers every year. Finland is also the best workplace in Europe. Here industries believe in employee’s satisfaction.

Interesting facts about Finland

1. The Fame of Finland: When it comes to people, the Finnish are an incredible bunch.
2. Cuisine of Finland: When you touch down in Finland, you’ll probably be hungry.
3. Finnish Inventions: Finland may seem to keep to itself, but that doesn’t mean its people just sit tight and wait for the rest of the world to make progress.

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