Top 2% of research universities in the world
Finland University combines the power of four leading Finnish research universities: University of Eastern Finland, University of Tampere, University of Turku and Åbo Akademi University.
Combined, they have 78 500 students, 900 professors, and 8400 peer review articles.
Degree programs are delivered by the member universities who also manage the university specific admissions and generous scholarship programmes. All their programmes are based on the latest research. Each of the member universities is in the top 2% of global university rankings.
If you are a student interested to join our on-campus Master's and Doctoral programmes please click here for more information. For more detailed information of each Finland University members, please check the website:
The member universities of Finland University offer generous scholarships to reward the most talented students for their achievements. A substantial number of full and partial scholarships will be available for fee-paying students – these will vary depending on the chosen university.
Read more about the details of scholarship structure in each member university:
University of Eastern Finland
The University of Eastern Finland will have a substantial number of scholarships available for students who are required to pay tuition fees in Master’s degree programmes offered in English. The scholarships will be available for the most talented fee-paying students. The scholarship can cover the tuition fee either in full (100%) or partially (80%).
University of Turku
The University of Turku offers a generous scholarship programme for students who are subject to tuition fees. The scholarship programme has 3 categories:
A scholarship will be granted to up to 30 % of the admitted students who are subject to pay tuition fees and have applied for scholarship. Students can apply for a 2-year scholarship at the same time as applying for admission to one the Master’s degree programmes of the University of Turku. There is a separate application process for the 1-year scholarship during a student’s first study year.
University of Tampere
The University of Tampere Scholarships Programme – intended for students who are required to pay tuition fees in Master’s degree programmes offered in English – will be implemented as of autumn 2017. A substantial number of scholarships will be available for the most talented fee-paying students. The scheme consists of two scholarship categories:
Åbo Akademi University
Åbo Akademi University has launched a scholarship programme for tuition fee-paying students admitted to Åbo Akademi University. The scholarships are connected to the study entitlement and can only be used to pursue studies within the programme the student has been admitted to.
Åbo Akademi University has three scholarship categories:
Our webinars touch upon many valuable topics for students who are looking to learn about the ins and outs of Master’s degree studies in Finland. For more information, please check our website:
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Learn more how studying in the member universities of Finland University and win a trip to Finland!