Why Study In Finland?

Life in Finland

One of the top places in the world to study is Finland, which is in Northern Europe. More than 14,000 international students are enrolled in the top-notch educational system, which strongly emphasises the students' equal rights and freedom. The institutions' fees, which range from €6,000 to €18,000, are reasonable. Everyone can live in the nation's high-standard communities at affordable prices. Finland also provides students with numerous discounts on food and transport. Universities offer a wide range of career assistance. Student visa holders can also work up to 25 hours per week part-time. Additionally, international students can apply for a one-year post-study work visa while looking for employment.


Finland has many different languages, including Finnish, English, Swedish, German, French, and Russian. The official languages of Finland are Finnish and Swedish, with 93% of the population speaking Finnish.

Driving Laws

Finland has a minimum driving age of 18. In Finland, it is required to always drive with your headlights on. Driving on the right side, always using a seatbelt, and adhering to the 80 kph speed limit are all required by law. You must always have your driver's licence, vehicle registration, and snow tyres throughout the winter.

Major Cities and Top Universities

Finland's cities are well developed, with first-rate infrastructure and diverse environments. Finland is a popular study location for international students because its colleges and educational institutions offer top-notch instruction. Finland's five largest cities are Helsinki, Espoo, Tampere, Vantaa, and Oulu.

Finland is home to five universities that rank among the top 300 worldwide. These are:

  • University of Helsinki
  • Aalto University
  • University of Turku
  • University of Jyvaskyla
  • University of Eastern Finland