Masters in Finland


Author : Jam Campus Abroad | 22-04-2020 | 304 Views

When we talk about world class education, Finland is one of the first countries that comes to mind.Finland is a Nordic country with a population of about 5.5 million, and has succeeded in not only maintaining strong educational standards, but also in excelling at graduating world class talent.

As an international student, your life in Finland will be enhanced by the convenience offered by high-level infrastructure and technology, and the security that comes with living in one of the safest countries in the world, and the fun and enjoyment offered by nature with four distinct seasons that all have unique flavors.

Top Universities in Finland:

 

1. University of Helsinki
 

Courses Offered: 

  • Agricultural Sciences- 2yr
  • 2 years-Agricultural, Environmental and Resource Economics (AGERE)
  • Changing Education-2 year
  • Chemistry and Molecular Sciences,-2 year
  • Computer Science-2 year
  • Contemporary Societies-2 year
  • Data Science-2 year
  • Ecology and Evolutionary Biology-2 year
  • Economics-2 year
  • English Studies-2 year
  • 2 year-Environmental Change & Global Sustainibility
  • European and Nordic Studies
  • Food Sciences
  • Global Governance Law
  • Global Polytics and Communication
  • Interculture Encounters (ICE)
  • International Business Law
  • Life Science Informatics
  • Mathematics and Statistics
  • Microbiology and Microbial Biotechnology
  • Neuroscience
  • Particle Physics and Astrophysical Sciences

 

2. Aalto University

Courses Offered: 

  • Accounting
  • Advanced Energy Solutions - Industrial Energy Processes and Sustainability
  • Adv Energy Solutions - Sustainable Energy Conversion Processes
  • Adv Energy Solutions - Sustainable Energy in Buildings and Built Environment
  • Adv Energy Solutions - Sustainable Energy Systems and Markets
  • Adv Materials for Innovation and Sustainability (EIT Raw Materials)
  • Animation
  • Automation and Electrical Engineering
  • Building Technology
  • Chemical, Biochemical and Materials Engineering - Biomass Refining
  • Chemical, Biochemical and Materials Engineering - Biotechnology


 

3.University of Tampere
 

Courses Offered: 

  • MA Teacher Education 
  • Automation Engineering, Factory Automation and Robotics
  • Biomedical Sciences and Engineering, Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering
  • Biomedical Sciences and Engineering, Health Technology and Informatics
  • Biomedical Technology
  • Comparitive Social Policy and Welfare
  • Computer Sciences,Data Science
  • Computer Sciences,Human Technology Interaction
  • Computing Sciences,Machine Learning
  • Computing Sciences,Statistical Data Analysis
  • Electrical Engineering, Wireless Communications and RF Systems
  • Engineering Materials Science
  • Environmental engineering
  • Game Studies
  • Information Technology-Embedded Systems
  • Leadership for Change- Sustainable Business Mgmt
  • Nordic master programme in Innovative Governance and Public Management
  • Peace, Meditation and Conflict Research


4. University of Oulu
 

Courses Offered: 

  • Economics and Business Administration
  • Finance 
  • Financial and Management Accounting
  • International Business Management
  • Marketing
  • Architecture 
  • Mineral Resources and Sustainable Mining
  • Education and Globalisation
  • Learning, Education & Tech
  • Ecology and Population Genetics
  • Biochemistry
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Environmental engineering
  • Product Management
     

5. LUT University

Courses Offered: 

  • Msc Business Analytics
  • Msc International Marketing Management
  • Msc Strategic Finance and Analytics
  • Msc Supply Management
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering, 
  • Nuclear Engineering
  • BioEnergy Systems
  • Global management of innovation and tech
  • Software Engineering and Digital Trans
  • Advanced Structural Design and Robotised Welding
  • Industrial Design Engineering

Reasons to do your Masters in Finland:
 

Living

Finns are generally nice and friendly people who'll become reliable and trustworthy friends. By living and studying in Finland, you will have the opportunity of experiencing the easy-going lifestyle that comes along with the high standards of living.

Cost of Living

The average monthly living expenses for a student in Finland are roughly 700-900€. This may vary depending on your study location in Finland – for example, accommodation and other living expenses may be slightly higher in the Helsinki metropolitan area and other large cities.

Housing

Typically student housing in Finland, for both exchange and degree students, are arranged by established student housing foundations. Many towns and municipalities run dormitories which are maintained by the municipal community or the educational institution.

Transportation

Public transport is superbly organised in Finland, and students are given a special discount that makes moving around affordable. It is not necessary to have your own car while living in the big Finnish cities