Finland is a country where you can find universities with affordable tuition fees when compared to other countries. Tuition fees in Finland range from 3,500 EUR to 12,000 EUR per year. Tuition is applicable for all non-EU and non-EEA citizens.

You will need to pay tuition fees for both Bachelor’s and Master’s Programs in Finland. The partnerships we maintain with some universities allow our students to pay a lesser tuition fee as mentioned on the university website. It is important to keep in mind that the university tuition fee doesn’t cover the cost of accommodation, insurance, residence permit, flight, and other expenses.


There are some great scholarship opportunities available for students in Finland as well. These scholarships are offered based on diversity, academic performance, country of origin, the field of study, and any other purpose as determined by the university. You can connect with us to learn more about the scholarship opportunities available.

  • Citizens of EU and EEA.
  • EU Blue Card holders in Finland
  • People with Residence Permits in Finland
  • Family members of individuals who have EU residence permit
  • EU residence permit holders for third-country citizens, along with a long-term residence permit.

You need to provide valid documents to prove any of the above criteria. Then you can make yourself eligible for tuition-free studies in Finland.

EduFinlandia charges a service fee, ranging from 1000 Euros to 1500 Euros for the services we offer. However, this amount can vary depending on the total number of applications you submit.

You can refer to the Finnish University websites to learn more about available scholarshipopportunities. You will also be able to get in touch with us, as we are aware of a few scholarships available. If you are eligible, we can proceed with recommending you to those scholarships. However, it is important to keep in mind that all students who apply for scholarships will not be able to get them guaranteed, as there is strong competition for limited scholarship opportunities in the country.

Apart from scholarships offered by Finnish Universities, you will also be able to find partial scholarships offered by These scholarships are worth 500 EUR to study for a master’s degree in Europe. You can find more details about the scholarship by visiting the website.

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