Study in Finland
The Finnish education system is built on research-based pedagogical methods developed over many decades. Teaching focuses on identifying and nurturing the individual strengths of students, rather than grading and comparing them with one another.
The relationship between teachers and students is open and non-hierarchical, with classes often taught in small groups that enable close student-teacher interaction. There is a strong emphasis on digital learning too.
You will experience great personal growth. Studying abroad means living in a different culture, and you might even face a cultural shock. But not to worry: you will enjoy your time here, since it has been proven that Finland has high standard of living when it comes to basic needs, foundations of well-being and personal freedom (5th in Social Progress Index 2018). Sooner or later you will become familiar with the Finnish habits and lifestyle and start adopting them in your own behaviour. Through this process, you will become more independent, confident and open – and maybe a little bit Finnish as well.