Tuition free Universities in Finland
As the education at university level is funded by state in Finland through ministry of education, the enrolled students need not to pay tuition fee. They only have to pay few Euros in different heads of education. So be assured that if you are enrolled as non-EU/EEA degree students in any of Bachelors or Doctoral Level program, your institution will not charge tuition fee. What you will have to pay is your accommodation charges, Book material cost, and other living expenses.
Few Master's level programmes are free of tuition fees as well, but majority of Masters level courses cost tuition fee to non EU/EEA citizens.
Average per month cost of studying in Finland: 800 Euros
UNIVERSITIES IN FINLAND
The mission of academic universities is to promote free research, promote scientific and artistic education, provide higher education based on research, and educate students to serve their country and humanity in general.
Finnish universities traditionally enjoy significant autonomy. Thanks to the reformed Finnish Universities Act universities gained an independent legal status as corporations subject to public law or foundations subject to private law. This increased the autonomy of the universities
further and gave them more latitude in the management of their finances. There are currently 14 universities
operating under the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture. You can find them all listed below
Universities confer Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees
, and post-graduate Licentiate and Doctoral degrees.
For those who wish to study in English, Finnish universities provide close to 200 Master’s degree programmes
, and 23 special Doctoral programmes.
If interested in applying to university degree programmes, please visit the individual universities Admission sites
(click on the link of the university you are interested in!)