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Find Happiness in Finland: The Happiest Country in the World for the 7th Time

A woman wearing jacket, gloves, with white scarf playing in the snow.

Finland stands out as a place where people can find happiness and stability in a world that often seems full of problems and changes. According to the World Happiness Report, this Nordic country has become the happiest country in the world for the seventh year in a row. 

To the people of Finland, this honor is more than just a title; it represents a deeply held belief in community, equality, and well-being. Finland is a one-of-a-kind place to study for international students who are thinking about their options. It offers a better education and a more complete approach to happiness and well-being.

Book a free counseling session and discover the unique aspects of Finnish life that contribute to its happiness. Let’s also explore the Finnish lifestyle and provide practical tips for finding happiness in Finland, no matter where you are.

Testimonials from Finnish Residents

To truly understand the essence of Finland’s happiness, one must hear from the people who call it home. 

Here are some personal anecdotes and testimonials from Finnish residents:

“I’m excited to hear that Finland has once again been voted the happiest country, but it doesn’t come as a surprise to me. Ever since I moved here, I’ve felt at peace. I feel safe in this country in every regard. 

Finland is well known for its amazing educational system, healthcare, and social safety net, which I greatly admire. 

Personally though, what convinced me to stay are the people and the rich nature which offers the most amazing outdoor activities through every season. I fell in love with life here, and I am deeply convinced that others would too.”

Cindy Schoger
Finland: Happiest country in the world

Finland’s Happiness: What Makes It Special?

Finland’s consistent ranking as the happiest country for the seventh consecutive year isn’t just a stroke of luck. It’s a result of various factors contributing to its residents’ well-being. They have strong support networks, personal freedom, and trust in their government. 

Finnish culture is all about perseverance, loving nature, and sticking together as a community.

Finland as a Study Destination: Beyond the Classroom

Joining a Happy Community

More than just good grades, studying in Finland allows you to become a part of one of the happiest societies on Earth. Students can experience and learn from the Finnish way of life. Which values social welfare, equality, and living together as a community.

Breeding Ground for Innovation

Finland’s significant investment in technology and innovation makes it an ideal location for students interested in these areas. The happiness quotient helps foster an optimistic and progressive environment in the classroom, which in turn promotes innovative study.

Nature as a Classroom

Finland’s beautiful natural landscapes make it a great place to connect with nature. This connection is both fun and educational. Many schools use Finland’s natural beauty as part of their lessons to teach about sustainability and environmental awareness.

“What can I say – Finland is considered the happiest country for 7 years in a row. I have been here for 4.5 years and have been the happiest in my life ever for almost five years. Of course, the concept of happiness is interpreted by many people differently. 

I think it is impossible to be happy and joyful all the time. But in Finland, it has been possible for me to be at peace with life, and have healthy challenges for my development. Even if Finland were the second, third, or tenth happiest country in the world – I would still recommend everyone to move here, if you are interested to live in a country where things work.”

Vasa Korotkova
Finland: Happiest country in the world

Why Finland Attracts International Students

A Supportive Educational Environment. Finnish schools utilize innovative, critical thinking, and creativity to encourage students. With this, Finnish universities are known for having a supportive atmosphere.

International students are welcome in a community that cares about their health and happiness. This makes for a well-rounded and beneficial study experience.

High Quality of Life. Beyond the classroom, Finland’s high quality of life contributes significantly to student happiness. 

Clean air, good public services, and safety, are also things that make the experience of foreign students happy and better.

Social Trust and Safety. Foreign students can focus on their studies and personal growth in Finland due to its high social trust and safety.

This trust also extends into the academic environment, fostering a collaborative and honest educational journey.

Work-Life Balance. Learning institutions in Finland clearly teach the work-life balance philosophy. 

As the Finns say, “live a fulfilled life,” this balance lets students learn without sacrificing fun or discovery.

Embracing the Finnish Way

Finland: Happiest country in the world

Studying in Finland means embracing happiness, well-being, and community for international students. It’s an opportunity to join a society known for its education and quality of life.

As Finland celebrates its seventh year as the happiest nation, it welcomes students worldwide to study, learn, flourish, and discover happiness. In Finland, education is not just about acquiring knowledge; it’s about learning to live well.

How is Happiness Actually Measured?

The results come from how people answered the poll’s main question about what defines someone’s life. There are 10s on the ladder, which stand for the best possible life, and 0s, which stand for the worst possible life. Our name for it is the Cantril slide.

Thereafter, they are given a scale from 0 to 10 to measure how good their lives are right now. The rankings come from samples that are representative of the whole country for the years 2021–2023. 

Every year, more than 100,000 people from 130 different countries participate in the Gallup World Poll. The number of people and countries surveyed changes every year. 

According to the Gallup weights, the estimates are based only on the survey scores and are meant to be accurate. Life evaluations are higher in each country. The sub-bars show how much each of the six factors is thought to add to this.

  • levels of GDP 
  • life expectancy
  • generosity
  • social support
  • freedom, and 
  • corruption

Join the Finnish Journey to Happiness

At Edunation, we recognize the unparalleled opportunities Finland offers to international students. As we celebrate this momentous occasion, we invite you to explore what it means to study in the happiest country in the world. 

Come see Finland with us and start an educational journey that will lead to more than just degrees: a journey to happiness and well-being.

In addition to being a national honor, Finland’s title as the happiest country for seven years in a row is also an open offer to everyone else. An invitation to experience an education that enlightens not just intellectually but emotionally and socially in a country where happiness is a way of life.

Book a free counseling session, and don’t miss the chance to be part of Finland’s legacy as the world’s happiest country. Start your educational adventure with Edunation and pave the way for a future filled with success, happiness, and fulfillment.

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