Top 5 Promising Fields to Study in Finland

To work in Finland after graduation is becoming a popular choice among foreign students. The reasons to stay are obvious and irresistible, for example, high-quality and enjoyable working environment, secure status for employees, good educational opportunities for bringing up kids, smooth and efficient public services, and most importantly, countless internationally well-known companies. After all, working in Finland also makes all other European countries accessible.

 

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Choosing a right field to study would be your first step to stay and work in Finland. We have talked about top popular jobs in Finland and you may have got a general idea about Finnish working environment. Let’s go deeper to discuss what fields are promising for you to study in order to get a job in Finland after graduation.

 

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Information Technology Engineering

It is undeniable that IT engineering is a popular field all over the world. Finland with its fast development and advanced technologies has even greater demand for talents specializing in IT fields than ever before. Students graduating in IT can embrace a wide range of choices from big internationally well known companies like Nokia and Kone, to fast growing start-up companies like Rovio (Angry Birds).

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Business

With more and more start-up companies sprouting in Finland under the government’s support, business talents are also in need of help to develop domestic and oversea markets. As a international student in Finland, the intercultural background is a competitive advantage when searching for a job in a international company in Finland. Therefore, business can be a good choice for international students who have a passion for the field of business or even in starting their own business.

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Finance

There are thousands of accountants in Finland, and with the number of startup companies rising, the demand for professional accountants and analysts will increase accordingly.

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Health Care

With the advanced and high living standards, Finland has one of the best health care systems in Europe. In addition to traditional health care services like nursing, there is also a rising industry in welfare technology which includes social services and health care in a nutshell. The study  related to health care in Finland nowadays focuses more on innovative solutions, multidisciplinary and international cooperation.

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Education

With the growing internationality in Finland, more international education is needed. From kindergartens to higher education institutions, there is also a space for teachers who have intercultural background and qualified teaching knowledge. The education study in Finland not only provides you the most advanced concepts about teaching but also unique opportunities for you to observe the practical teaching in schools.

 

 

The best time to start your journey in Finland is now. Apply to universities through Edunation and get admission in a couple of weeks!

 

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