The cost of studying in Finland varies based on the courses and universities
of your choice. The cost varies greatly based on several other factors like
length of stay, tuition fee, living costs, and your lifestyle.
There is free education in Finland for the students from EU/EEA and
Switzerland countries as they don’t have to pay tuition fees.
But, for Non-EU/EEA students, the cost of study in Finland is as follow:
- • The average cost of tuition fees for non-EU/EEA students varies between
€5,000 to €18,000 a year for bachelor’s and master’s degrees. The PhD
degree is free for students from all over the country.
- • The cost of living in Finland for international students varies between
€700 to €1,000 per month, including accommodation, food, transportation,
- • The study permit fee is approximately €350.
We recommend you to have your budget in place and discuss the same with
Education Experts for further guidance in making an informed choice.