[Scholarship is offered for this program]
Finland is located in northern Europe between our neighbors Sweden, Norway and Russia. We are part of the European Union and a unique member of the Nordic family. But Finland and Finns are different. The Arctic climate gave us guts – or ‘sisu’ as we call it.
We always look for a practical solution, turning potential setbacks into steps forward. Finns are strong believers in equality and education. Our higher education system is one of the best in the world with great international connections, low hierarchies, and academic freedom.
Studying in Finland is not just about the studies. It is a chance to make friends, build networks, and experience something new. Finland is a safe country where things work and nature is always close by. English is our third, unofficial language.
Finland is looking for thinkers with a mind of their own. If you want to stand out, don’t do what everyone else does. Instead, improve your potential and prospects: Study in Finland.
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♦ Live in the most peaceful and sustainable country in the world (Fragile States Index 2016)
♦ Study in the best higher education and training system in the world (World Economic Forum 2015)
♦ Live in the healthiest ecosystem in the world (Environmental Performance Index 2016)
♦ Breathe the third cleanest air in the world (World Health Organisation 2016)
♦ Improve your skills in the most innovative country in the world (World Economic Forum 2015)
Students love it here! (Student Satisfaction Report 2015)
Search you desired study program at >>> http://www.studyinfinland.fi/database
List of the Finnish higher education institutions >>> Higher Education in Finland (PDF)
If you are a non-EU/EEA student applying to English-taught Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes, you should note that you will be required to pay tuition fees. The extent of the fee depends on the degree programme. Scholarship options are available for gifted students.
Finnish universities and UAS’s offer scholarship options for gifted non-EU/EEA students admitted to their fee-charging degree programmes. The scholarships are often based on your academic performance, and may be offered in the form of either full or partial fee waivers, performance-based refunds, etc. Some scholarship options may also include a living cost allowance.
You apply for a scholarship from the university/UAS, usually at the same time as you apply for admission. (http://www.studyinfinland.fi/how_to_apply)
Information on the scholarships, application procedures, and payment options are available from the university/UAS you are planning to apply to.
Website >>> http://www.studyinfinland.fi/tuition_fees_and_scholarships/non_eu_tuition_fees_and_scholarships
Specific questions regarding the application process may be addressed via e-mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. We do not accept email applications. Hard copies must be sent or delivered to American Indonesian Exchange Foundation.
The application period is 1 December 2016 – 13 January 2017.
Find out more about studying in Finland, please visit >>> http://www.studyinfinland.fi/
More on Finland >>> http://www.visitfinland.fi/
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