Finland

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Study in Finland
Number of Universities

14 Universities, 24+ Universities of Applied Sciences (UAS)

Number of degree programmes

Around 100 Bachelor’s degree programmes; 200 Master’s degree programmes & 23 special Doctoral programmes.

International courses

Ranging between S$ 6000 – $27,000. Doctoral studies and degree programmes in Swedish and Finnish are free.

Tuition Fee

For doctoral level studies and research as well as for gifted students pursuing all degrees.

Scholarships

Around S$ 1,050 - 1,350 per month

Living costs

Students are allowed to work part time up to 25 hours per week and during semester breaks full time. Students are also allowed to do traineeship related to studies.

Work

Students are allowed to work part time up to 25 hours per week and during semester breaks full time. Students are also allowed to do traineeship related to studies.

Life after Studies

Students can apply for one year additional residence permit after their graduation to search for work.

Info

www.studyinfinland.fi