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Is education free in Finland for Masters Level?
Asked by: Gopi
Posted on Thu, 5 Feb 2009 17:23:04 GMT
I want to know whether the Educational Institutions in Finland offer any free education for Masters Degree graduation. If yes, please provide me the names of some universities in Finland which offer free education.
Currently Iím doing BE in Computer Science (3rd year).
The education in Finland even for the Masters level is usually free. But free tuition doesnít mean completely free. You may need to pay for student union fee, living costs, books, and transportations. All these costs however come under Ä700 per month for an average type of student. If you are an outstanding student, the university may offer you free place to stay and it may also support you to get free food, books, and other resources.
But I have got some information about Finnish governmentís policy to be changed for international students after 2010. After 2010, students who are not from member nation of European Union may require to pay tuition fee for studying in Finland.
You said you are currently doing BE in Computer Science. Now if you want to continue to same in your Masters level, these universities may be appropriate:
University of Helsinki
University of Jyväskylä
University of Kuopio
Helsinki University of Technology
Govinda answered 8 years and 2 months ago
Several Masters level programmes are free of charge as well, however, some Masters may charge tuition fees from non-EU/EEA students. (NB: Erasmus Mundus Masters programmes always charge a tuition fee - see section Erasmus Mundus scholarships for information on Erasmus Mundus Masters and related scholarships)
You will not be charged any tuition fee, if you are
Chikanbarn answered 4 years and 5 months ago
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