Low Tuition Universities in Finland with Tuition Fees

List of Low Tuition Universities and Colleges in Finland, tuition fees, admission requirements, cost of living and popular courses are today’s point of discussion. Finland is located in the northern part of Europe. It is a country that is rich for research studies at various levels. To study abroad in Finland is one of the best experiences a scholar can get. Ranging from the captivating topography to other wonderful natural features, I think Finland should be your new study destination!

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Tuition fees

International Students are not to pay Tuition fees. However, from autumn 2017 tuition fees will be required on some courses for non-European candidates. International students at the Doctoral level will still be on free tuition.

 

Admission requirements

For undergraduate studies; 

O’ level result/certificate, 

International passport and 
other relevant documents as required by the institution (see your school of choice’s webpage).

For postgraduate studies;

Bachelor’s degree certificate and transcripts,

Two reference letters,

Admission essay/statement of purpose and 
An English language proficiency certificate for non-native English language speakers.

Cost of Living

The Cost of living in Finland is low and affordable when compared to other European countries. As an international student, if you budget EUR 500-800 per month, it will surely be okay and enough for proper survival which would include house rent, food, books and transportation. Remember your mission – to Study! Though you can still catch some fun. This estimated amount is from a scholar who is studying as an international student in Finland.

Free Tuition Universities in Finland 

University of Art and Design Helsinki UIAH

Åland Polytechnic
University of Applied Sciences
Central Ostrobothnia University of Applied Sciences
Diaconia University of Applied Sciences
EVTEK University of Applied Sciences
HAAGA-HELIA University of Applied Sciences
Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences
North Karelia University of Applied Sciences
Oulu Polytechnic – University of Applied Sciences
Pirkanmaa Polytechnic – University of Applied Sciences
Rovaniemi University of Applied Sciences
Satakunta University of Applied Sciences
Savonia University of Applied Sciences
Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences (SeAMK)
South Carelia Polytechnic
Sydväst Polytechnic
HAMK University of Applied Sciences
Helsinki Polytechnic Stadia
HUMAK University of Applied Sciences
Jyväskylä University of Applied Sciences
Kajaani University of Applied Sciences
University of Vaasa
Helsinki University of Technology
Lappeenranta University of Technology
Tampere University of Technology
Hanken Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration

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Other Universities in Finland

Finnish Academy of Fine Arts
Sibelius Academy
Theatre Academy
Kemi-Tornio University of Applied Sciences
Kymenlaakso University of Applied Sciences
Lahti University of Applied Sciences
Laurea University of Applied Sciences

 

Popular courses

The universities in Finland offer a variety of courses as part of Bachelors, Masters as well as Ph. D. courses. The Doctoral courses are the most popular as they are not to pay any tuition fees.
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