Finland is situated in northern Europe and its neighboring countries are Sweden, Norway and Russia. Finland represents both the Nordic democracy and its way of life as a member of the European Union. Equality is the essential driving force in our society.


Finland has one of the most advanced educational systems in the world, and as a result of this innovative mindset and investment in education, it is blessed with a high standard of living and quality of life.


Newsweek magazine rated Finland as the best country in the world to live in and the capital Helsinki came out top among the major cities rated in Monocle magazine’s Quality of Life Survey. Finland’s high educational standards were cited among the crucial factors in both of these comparative surveys.


Whilst being a globally leading country in the field of information technology, Finland also boasts gender equality and low levels of corruption. As a society it is transparent and open, and education is always considered to be a top-priority.


For an international student Finland is both an exotic and a safe target country. For the international student, Finland offers lots of opportunities. You can target Finland as an exchange student, a trainee or to study for a whole academic degree (Bachelors/Masters/Phd).