Study in Finland
Finland is famous for its numerous lakes, forests and northern lights. It is an exciting, beautiful and innovative country that offers world class education. It is one of the safest destinations to pursue higher education. Finland has laid back cities with immense natural beauty. It has a diverse culture and society which is accommodating for international students. The faculty at the universities of Finland are selected from the top 10% of the graduates. Students can choose from 14 universities and 24 applied science universities which are free of cost for EU/EEA residents.
Finland’s higher education is one of the best in the world. According to statistics, it is the most peaceful and sustainable country in the world. The international degree offered by Finland is viewed favourably by employers. Finland boasts of stunning natural settings that make great tourist destinations. The people here are friendly and welcoming. Students can pursue their hobbies while studying in Finland as it offers many options like ice hockey, fishing, sauna and snow sports.
Scientific research in Finland is concentrated in universities and state-funded specialised research institutions. The task of universities is to promote freedom of scientific research. Universities and research institutes Endeavour to attain a level of science which is also high in international terms.
Finland has a highly industrialized, mixed economy with a per capita output equal to that of other western economies such as France, Germany, Sweden or the United Kingdom. The largest sector of the economy is services at 65.7 percent, followed by manufacturing and refining at 31.4 percent.
Notable companies in Finland include Nokia, the market leader in mobile telephony; Stora Enso, the largest paper manufacturer in the world; Neste Oil, an oil refining and marketing company; Aker Finnyards, the manufacturer of the world’s largest cruise ships (such as Royal Caribbean’s Freedom of the Seas); KONE, a manufacturer of elevators and escalators; and Finnair, the largest Helsinki-Vantaa based international airline.Though foreign investment is as not high as some other European countries, the largest foreign-headquartered companies included names such as ABB, Tellabs, Carlsberg, and Siemens.
According to common beliefs and surveys, Finns are among the most polite, friendly and helpful people in Europe, although they are a little bit more introverted. Finns are very active people, both in production and consumption of everything that their country has to offer. People are known to be eager readers, a fact that probably explains the fact that they have many libraries, well stocked with foreign and local books and journals.
The way of life in Finland is relaxed and easy going. Finns are straight forward people – they will say what they mean. Unlike many western cultures, Finns do not experience any form of awkwardness if there is a silence during conversation. A Finn will not talk while someone else is speaking. He or she will only respond after the other person has had their say.
- 6 Passport size photographs
- Bachelors Provisional Certificate
- Bachelors Original Degree Certificate
- Bachelors Consolidated Marks memo
- Semester Memos
- Intermediate Certificate
- SSC Certificate
- Experience Certificate
- Recommendation Letters( from 2 different professors)
- English Proficiency certificate