For those who are seeking good education, with four Campuses University of Helsinki is a good place to study. The University has about 36000 students including about 3000 international students.
The cost of living in Helsinki Finland is a bit high. A student could spend a lot on feeding, accommodation (which could cost about 400 Euros a month), transportation among others. Having lunch in the cafeteria could cost between 2.30-4.30 Euros for undergraduates and 4.25-6.20 for postgraduate students.
Generally depending on the way a student spends, 700 Euros could cover the cost of living monthly.
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURE FOR UNDERGRADUATES
Application for admission is done through the UAF service which is free. Applicants need to open an account with them and start the admission process.
Applicants when they get to Finland will be required to write an entrance exam. Entrance examinations are the only way to obtain undergraduate admission to the University of Helsinki. This rule is for all applicants both domestic and foreign.
The exams are written, subject related test which includes reading one or more books. Also the admission board determines the least requirement needed by the faculty.
For undergraduate studies, application period is normally between March and April
For postgraduate studies, admission period starts November and ends January 31
It is important to note that
All undergraduate programs are only taught in Swedish or Finnish languages
That degree programs have different deadlines, so you have to check with the school and their website
Tuition is free in University of Helsinki, Finland, this is made possible by the government through the ministry of education. This is also available to visiting students and international degree students.
HOW TO APPLY
All admission to Finnish Universities is done through the UAF service. Contact University of Helsinki here for more information on how to apply.