Top 5 Reasons Why Finland is an Exciting Destination for Students

“Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.” –  Anthony J. D’Angelo

Dreaming of a bed under glass? Curious but love to visit Santa’s home? Planning to study abroad and travel to Finland soon?

You’re in the right blog kiddo!

Why is Finland so appealing to students internationally? It offers students a wealth of advantage in terms of opportunities and things to do. A diverse country that encourages equality, with an amazing education system that invites future global leaders.

Finland offers academic opportunities and excites every traveler’s wanderlust. Habitually attracts expats and migrants. Sure the country is known to be highly cordial, accommodating, providing English ready courses to students and yearly becoming a multicultural nation! The country managed to be one in the top rankings, offering more than amazing places to see and invites the students to do more!

Here are the top 5 reasons why Finland is the perfect destination for International students:

 

Great education system

It has top-ranked universities that provide a good academic foundation to students and a diverse culture that is so welcoming. The academic system is free and fair that transforms and offers students equal opportunities. It is very supportive and encourages young ones to explore more on learning rather than testing.

 

Weather

The country has a much sweet and milder climate compared to other study destination and all seasons has its own perks. You may enjoy every occasion such as snow season – Christmas and new year, Easter holidays on coastal areas (Talk about spring nature!) And of course summer in Finland where cities are gorgeously vibrant, and the temperature are a bit lower. Autumn my friend? Oh! Check out their autumn fun activities like hiking, mushrooms, and berries picking! A lot of sweet things in life like renting a cabin and baked apple pies!

 

Safety

Aside from being one of the most beautiful country, Finland is very safe for students, travelers, and even families. With low incidents of serious crimes and has a safe ground, Helsinki mentioned as the most livable city in the world and dubbed as the most honest, the country offers a unique experience and becomes one of the best options of students who love to live and study abroad.

Quality of life

Dubbed as the second best country in the EU, the country remains stable and participates in being the best governance in the world. The freest together with Sweden and Norway. The country practices flexible workplace, and environment-friendly work arrangements. It also prioritizes paid time-off leaves, health and wellness and green space for creating a sense of community feel.

 

Equal opportunities

The country has broad worldviews and different cultures at hand and complements academic experience that is not offered elsewhere. The country provides personal growth, students can benefit from gaining self-confidence and enriching one’s experience. Opportunities are endless! Students are allowed to work while studying. It fosters future career opportunities and allows students personal and professional connections and transforms one’s life for the better.

Do you like to know more about life in Finland? You might want to read these blogs too!

Why do students choose Finland? 

Comparing Australia and Finland

Erasmus in Turku

 

Latest from our blog

January 22, 2019

Campus Life in Finland

When you start your university studies in Finland, campus will become your second home. It’s the place where you will attend lectures, do your homework, […]

→ Read more

January 15, 2019

College Real Talk: Priyanka’s Study Abroad Journey

 “Moving to another country always brings many exciting experiences but I think the best thing I got out of studying abroad was meeting people from […]

→ Read more

January 8, 2019

Internship in India – Promoting the Finnish higher education

The following post is by Edunation‘s marketing intern, Anita. She spent a month in India at Edunation’s branch office in New Delhi. Read on to […]

→ Read more

January 1, 2019

Checklist for first week in Finland

If you are reading this, you are probably a student who will soon be starting their studies in Finland. So what needs to be taken […]

→ Read more

December 27, 2018

New Year in Finland

After Christmas, New Year is coming immediately. For many, New Year is the occasion to turn a new page in life, embrace new changes, learn […]

→ Read more

December 22, 2018

Christmas time without family – How to cope with it

Christmas is the occasion for spending time together with your family. However, for some international students, especially from outside Europe, it is very unlikely that […]

→ Read more

December 18, 2018

Finnish Holidays: A Traditional Christmas Day in Finland

Christmas in Finland is one of the best seasons of the year and everyone is looking forward to it! But do you know how Finnish […]

→ Read more

December 11, 2018

Interview with a Nursing Student at SAMK

Tero is a half-Brazilian and half-Finnish student in the degree program of nursing at Satakunta University of Applied Sciences. He grew up in Brazil and […]

→ Read more

Hear the latest from Edunation

Subscribe to our newsletter

Edunation, Mustanlahdenkatu 3-7 E, 33210 Tampere, Finland +358 50 354 8603
Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm (GMT +2)
© 2019 Edunation

Privacy Policy

Site by Atomi