Finland: Nature and Innovation Come Together
Finland, a Nordic country in Northern Europe, shares its borders with Sweden, Norway, and Russia, with stunning landscapes, thousands of lakes, and a population of 5.6 million. The capital, Helsinki, is a vibrant city. Finnish and Swedish are the official languages, and Finland enjoys a range of climates.
Why Choose Finland?
Natural Beauty and Innovation
Finland offers people-friendly cities, world-class education, innovation, and stunning natural landscapes. With 13 universities and 23 universities of applied sciences, it's an attractive destination for international students, including those from India.
Eight Finnish universities rank in the global top 500, according to Times Higher Education World University rankings 2024. Scholarships are available for gifted non-EU students in fee-charging programs.
Finland's higher education system values equality. Universities and universities of applied sciences offer over 400 English-taught programs for international students. Tuition fees and living costs vary by course and degree level.
Finnish universities offer scholarships for non-EU students in fee-charging Bachelor's and Master's programs. Each university has its scholarship system. For doctoral studies, there are EDUFI scholarships, and doctoral level education is tuition-free.
For Further Information
Study in Finland for prospective students – how to get started:
Information on scholarship options in Finland:
Information on student visas for Finland – Finnish Immigration Service Migri:
Studyinfo.fi – the national application portal for higher education and database of English-taught degree programmes:
Website address of the National Higher Education Authority: