Living in Finland
Whether you have been accepted to study or are applying to a university, you need to have all your details in order.
Working while studying
Working while studying is possible in Finland, since everyone speaks English.
Clean air is a major factor for both physical and mental health. According to WHO, Finland ranks in top 3 when it comes to cleanest urban air.
Types of accommodation
Either you wish to live by yourself in a private apartment or share a room with other students, there’s a variety when it comes to accommodation.
Freedom of religion is guaranteed under the Finnish Constitution.
Do I need a visa?
Whether you need a student residence permit or a short-term visa depends if you are or are not a EU/EEA citizen and how long you will stay in Finland.
Finnish food culture is a mix of western European, Scandinavian and Russian cuisines. Finnish kitchen rely on fresh ingredients prepared in a simple way. Nature plays an important role in kitchen as it does in everyday life.