Finland Government Scholarships for International Students are open (Fully-funded for Bachelors and Master’s Degree)

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Finland Government Scholarships for International Students are open (Fully-funded for Bachelors and Master’s Degree)


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Finland Government Scholarships for International Students are open (Fully-funded for Bachelors and Master’s Degree)

Study in One of the Fastest Growing hubs of the Industry. The Finland Government Scholarships 2023-24 for International Students are open now. The Finnish Government Scholarships are for BachelorsMasters, and PhD Programs. Applicants from outside the European Union are eligible to apply. This Scholarship is gifted to applicants worldwide, except EU/EEA. This is a great opportunity to Study in Finland on a Scholarship in 2023.

 

The Finland Scholarships are Funded by the Ministry of Education and Culture. Finland is a European Country. The Classes and the semester will start in September 2023. In this, we will tell you all about the Finland Scholarships for International students. You have to Find a course of study, University and then you can apply for Admission to the University. After getting admission you can apply for the Fully Funded Finland Scholarship in Finland which is Funded by Finland Government. The details are given below.

 

Details About Finland Government Scholarships 2023 for International Students

  • Country: Finland
  • Degree Level: Bachelor, Master
  • Financial Coverage: Funded
  • Eligible Countries: All Nationalities
  • Deadline: 18th January 2023

 

Some Information on Finland Scholarships 2023-24

  • Finland country is home to Great Universities.
  • This is a Joint Application. Joint Application means that you can apply for a maximum of six programs in a Single application. You don’t need to apply separately.
  • There is No Application Fee, applying is always Free. 
  • Many courses are in English.
  • 500 English-taught Bachelor’s and Master’s programs in more than 13 universities and 22 universities of applied sciences.

 

Financial Coverage by Finland Government

  • All the universities in Finland offer various percentages of the Tuition Fee Waiver Scholarship OR the Tuition Fee + Monthly Stipend Scholarship (Fully Funded).
  • Read about the Funding details Here
  • Note: There is No Separate Application Required for the Finland Government Scholarship. By default, your application will be considered for a scholarship.

 

Names of Universities, Study Fields, and Programs

Look, there is a total of 22 Applied Sciences Universities Participating in this Program and 13 Universities more too. Both offer different study fields. Currently, there are 30,000 International students studying in Finland.

University of Applied Sciences:

  • Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries, and Veterinary
  • Arts
  • Business, Administration, and Law
  • Education
  • Engineering, Manufacturing, and Construction
  • Health and Welfare
  • Humanities
  • Information and Communication Technologies (ICTS)
  • Services (hospitality management, logistics, security, sports studies)
  • Social Sciences, Journalism, and Information

Universities:

  • Agriculture, forestry, fisheries, and veterinary
  • Arts
  • Business, administration, and law
  • Education
  • Engineering, manufacturing, and construction
  • Health and welfare
  • Humanities
  • Information and Communication Technologies (ICTS)
  • Medicine
  • Natural sciences, Mathematics, Statistics
  • Services (Military Science, sport science)
  • Social sciences, journalism, and information

 

Eligibility Criteria

We have mentioned the links to the Eligibility Criteria, so you can check from there.

 

Application Process for Finland Government Scholarships 2023

  • You need to shortlist a Program or field that you want to study, and then you have to shortlist the University.
  • You do not need to contact Professors or anyone else.
  • A list of all Finnish Universities can be found in the following link (Visit Here)
  • Your First step should start from here
  • How to apply, application dates, eligibility, and more information are mentioned on the official website. The Link to the online application is given below.

 

Applying for higher education degree studies in Finland is done online at Studyinfo.fi.

At the Studyinfo.fi application portal you can find for example:

If you need advice on your application, get in touch with the Admissions Services of the university you are applying to. You can find their contact details at Studyinfo.fi, or on the universities’ own admissions info pages.

There is no application fee, applying is always free.

HOW TO APPLY

The application route and period depends on the degree programme, so always start by searching for the study programme(s) you’d wish to apply to. After choosing your programme(s), it is easy for you to check the application period and other admission-related details with those particular universities you are interested in.

JOINT APPLICATION

The Studyinfo.fi joint application to studies starting in autumn (September) is arranged annually in January (4–18 Jan in 2023). All degree programmes available via the joint application share the same application period. Joint application also means that you can apply to up to six degree programmes with one single application.

A small number of individual degree programmes may also offer a January study start option. To these, the joint application period is usually open in September (31 Aug–14 Sept in 2022). Note however that the September joint application for studies starting in January has a rather limited selection of programmes on offer compared to the January joint application.

SEPARATE APPLICATIONS

Some degree programmes can have their application periods open before or after the joint application periods. You can read more about separate applications at Studyinfo.fi. In separate applications, the application period can vary a lot depending on the programme.

In many cases, the separate applications periods fall between the period from late November/early December to late January, for studies starting in autumn, but some universities/UAS’s may also offer application options through rolling admissions over a period of several months. So, as there is a lot of variation in “separate application” periods, it is always recommendable to check the exact application period with the university/UAS of your choice.

ELIGIBILITY

When applying for bachelor’s programmes, you usually need to hold such school-leaving certificates that make you eligible to apply for higher education in your home country. You’ll need your upper secondary school certificates, even if you have completed some higher education studies after that.

For master’s level admissions, you need to have completed a university-level bachelor’s degree, or equivalent. For UAS master’s, there is an additional requirement of at least 2 years of work experience in the field after completing one’s bachelor’s degree.

 

The exact requirements may vary from one degree programme to another, so always check the details with the university and degree programme you are interested in. For example, if you are an eligible applicant, you may additionally be required to complete an entrance exam, SAT test, or an interview.

If English is not your first language, you may need to demonstrate your English proficiency level. IELTS and TOEFL are the most commonly accepted options, but many institutions also offer others. Check the English proficiency test requirements and any possible exemption rules with the university you are applying to.

ADMISSION RESULTS

After the application period and any entrance exams are over, the universities you’ve applied to will process your application and make a final admission decision. The admissions decision schedule is available in the Studyinfo.fi programme description.

Once you have been accepted as a student, you will receive an official letter of admission from the institution in question. Remember to follow the guidelines given by the university to confirm your study place. Note that you can only accept one study place per term, even if you receive several offers.

Having accepted your study place, you can start applying for your student residence permit. Start your student residence permit application process as soon as possible after your acceptance.

 

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