Finland is situated in northern Europe. It borders Russia in the east, the Gulf of Finland in the south, the Gulf of Bothnia and Sweden in the west and Norway in the north. The capital is Helsinki. The population of the country is 5.3 million. The official languages are Finnish and Swedish with 94% of the population speaking Finnish and 6% Swedish. Finland is a welfare state with the aim of securing for its inhabitants equal opportunities for a good life and for the most efficient use of its resources as possible. The geopolitical location between West and East has always been reflected in the country's events and goings on. With this combination of western and eastern influences, Finnish culture has developed into something strong and highly individual.
Finland's world-leading higher education system offers English-taught Bachelor's & Master's degree programmes in 13 universities and 23 universities of applied sciences. Finnish higher education institutions offer over 400 different study programmes and have over 20 000 international students studying in several locations around Finland.
All universities and universities of applied sciences have scholarship opportunities for international students.
Finland has some of the best and most prestigious universities in the world. Since you have so many to choose from,
Tuition fees for non-EU/EEA students in Danish education institutions
Finnish higher education institutions offer a range of scholarship options for those non-EU/EEA students who are required to pay tuition fees. The kinds of scholarship available and any tuition fees you are expected to cover will depend on the institution and the degree programme in question. You usually apply for the scholarship at the same time when you apply for admission.
Note:: The documents required for individual universities and individual courses in Finland may vary.