Why study in Finland?
Finnish education system was ranked best in the world in 2012 (the Learning Curve, Pearsons).
- Problem-based learning has been in use at our polytechnics and universities for many years.
- Learning is based on discussion, working together, and pupils finding information for themselves.
- A wide range of high-quality programmes in English for exchange and degree students at all levels of education are is provided.
- Students are given transferrable skills on which they can build their future both in academic fields and in the private job market.
The higher educational institutions are all internationally oriented with special regional features, and you can choose from a variety of study environments ranging from larger urban campuses to ones that are close to nature.