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  • World class education.

  • Every one speaks English.

  • Modern research universities.

  • 2nd safest country in the world.

  • Easy travelling.

Finland is a very safe country and is very close to nature. Finland has a world class educational Institutes with modern learning environment and facilities as well as free libraries enable the national and international students the best possible learning experience. So, you can enjoy the balanced student life in Finland.

Undergraduate Postgraduate 
FA/FSc or A levels certificate FA/FSc or A levels certificate
English language proficiency i.e IELTS with min 6.5 Bands Undergraduate degree for graduate admission and Graduate degree in an appropriate subject with min 75% marks.
Photocopy of your passport or id card English language proficiency i.e. IELTS with min 6.5 Bands
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  • Provide the official letter of acceptance by your hosting university.

  • Must have a valid passport.

  • Complete and sign application form.

  • Provide the proof of financial ability min Euro 560/ month.

  • Recent bank statement.

  • Valid health and medical insurance.

  • Must have a no criminal record.

  • Intend to leave Finland at the end of your authorized stay.

Finland universities don’t have the exact calendar of admissions intake however mostly admissions occur between early December to late January. Also, some universities of Finland extend there applications to March. Whereas studies session starts in September.

Yes, many scholarships are offered by the Finland government some of them are:

  • Benjamin A. Gilman international scholarships.

  • Rotary international Ambassadorial Scholarship.

  • Society of the advancement of Scandinavian study.

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If your first language is not English then you have to provide the English language proficiency i.e. IELTS With min 6.5 Bands.

At least 8000 to 15,000 EUR/ year.  

Finland universities provide both options to the students, in house accommodation or off house. It is Easy, cheap more convenient to go with the in-house university accommodation.

Yes, a student can do a part time job while studying to meet your some how expense. A student can Work about 25 hours/ week on average.

3 to 5 years.

In Finland there are some of the best universities in the world. Finland provide you variety of opportunities after the higher studies. You just have to focus on the opportunities to boost your future.

Yes, you can apply to get a PR ship if you live in Finland for continuously 5 years.

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