University of Helsinki
The University of Helsinki is organized into four campuses - City centre campus, Kumpula campus, Meilahti campus, and Viikki campus. At present, there are over 38,000 students enrolled in various degree programs in a variety of subjects in the University of Helsinki. The students can get enrolled in a variety of subjects such as Theology, Law, Medicine, Arts, science, pharmacy, Biosciences, Behavioural Sciences, social science, Agriculture and Forestry, Veterinary Medicine etc.
University of Turku
University of Turku is the second largest scientific university In Finland that has more than 18,000 students and 3000 employees. It comprises of 6 faculties, 10 special units, and 14 graduate schools. It has more than 16,700 students and about 2600 staff. It organizes the International Summer School, where local and international experts conduct various courses, with English as the medium of instruction.
University of Oulu
University of Oulu is one of the largest educational institutions in Finland, offering an immense variety of programs in various fields of study. The institution is actively involved in conducting research in various fields at the international level. The various programs have been structured carefully to provide training using the latest technology and equipments, ensuring that students are trained well to face their work environments.
University of Tampere
The University of Tampere is multidisciplinary and committed to scientific research and to advanced teaching. The hallmark of the university is sound, diverse research and teaching focussed on society, its economy, administration and culture and on the health and welfare of individuals.
University of Jyvaskyla
The University of Jyväskylä has a rich experience of over 70 years. The core fields in research and education are natural sciences and mathematics, human-centred sciences, sport and health sciences and teacher education. The University of Jyväskylä offers a wide array of study programs at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels in a variety of subjects that include more than 100 minor subjects.
Tampere University of Technology
Founded in 1972, the Tampere University of Technology is based in Tampere, Finland and offers a number of undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses as well as research opportunities. The university is also home to a Centre of Excellence in Research, awarded by the Academy of Finland and the Ministry of Education.
Abo Akademi University
The Abo Akademi University was founded as a private university in 1918. The university is organized into seven faculties. There are three campuses - Åbo, Vasa and Jakobstad (Turku, Vaasa and Pietarsaari in Finnish). The University offers both undergraduate and graduate studies and extensive research opportunities to over eight thousand students on three campuses. Over 650 international students from 60 different countries enrol in the university every year.
University of Joensuu
The University of Joensuu was established in 1969. The university is organized into eight faculties and nine non-faculty institutes. The university offers a wide array of courses in a variety of subjects areas, such as education, humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, economics, forestry, theology, and psychology. The University has over eight thousand students, 1160 of whom are on the Savonlinna campus.
University of Vaasa
Situated in a picturesque campus close to the sea, the University of Vaasa is organized into four major faculties. It is a multidisciplinary University that offers degrees at all academic levels from Bachelor's to Doctor's. The maritime campus of the University of Vaasa presents a modern study environment for about five thousand students. The University of Vaasa occupies one of Finland's newest campus areas close to the sea.
University of Kuopio
The University of Kuopio offers a wide array of degree programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels in the fields of health, environment and well being, with particular strengths in biotechnology, biosciences and molecular medicine. The Finnish university is organized into five faculties and over 60 teaching and research institutions. Today the University has 6,500 students.
Lappeenranta University of Technology
Lappeenranta University of Technology was established in 1969. The university is situated on the border between the EU and Russia. About five thousand students study in the various degree programmes offered by the university, and about nine hundred new students are admitted each year. The University offers a wide array of courses at all levels, including the Bachelor's Degree programmes, Master's Degree programmes, and Postgraduate Degree programmes.
University of Art and Design Helsinki
The University of Art and Design Helsinki was founded in 1871. Every year, over three thousand students take admission in different study degree programs in the university. More than 600 applications are received for the Master of Arts programs, roughly 250 of whom are from abroad. There are nearly 1700 students enrolled in various courses in the University of Art and Design Helsinki, 14% of whom come from abroad.
The Sibelius Academy in Helsinki was founded in 1882, but gained its present name and status in 1939. At present, there are about 1700 students enrolled in various degree programs at Sibelius Academy. The number of full-time teachers in the Academy is 183 and the number of part-time teachers is about 300.
University of Lapland
Located on the Arctic Circle, the credit of being the northern most university in Finland and the European Union belongs to the University of Lapland. Founded on March 1, 1979, the university is organized into five Faculties. There are six other Units as well in the University of Lapland. At present, over four thousand graduate students are enrolled in various full time courses in the University of Lapland.
Oulu University of Applied Science
The Oulu University of Applied Sciences based in Oulu, Finland offers a number of bachelor and master degree programs. A number of short term training courses are also available. The university was started in 1992 and is also involved in a number of research and development projects.
Evtek University of Applied Science
EVTEK - University of Applied Sciences is committed to not only providing education, but also placements to students that enable them to make a good start of their career. It not only teaches, but also prepares students with basic skills required in the demanding market scenario. Studying at EVTEK is like preparing for life.
HAMK University of Applied Sciences
HAMK University of Applied Sciences encourages students from across the world to take higher education and develop skills needed for a competent work environment. The University promotes study in combination with research and development for better understanding and practical knowledge of students.
Helsinki School of Economics
The Helsinki School of Economics and Business Administration was founded in 1904, but it gained the status of university in 1911. There are about four thousand students enrolled in various courses in the university, including several hundred students from different parts of the world. Besides that, there over four hundred researchers, teachers and service personnel.
Turku University of Applied Sciences
The Turku University of Applied Sciences is based in Turku in Finland and offers a range of study programs, continuing education courses as well open studies programs. The university has ten campuses and is involved in a number of research and development projects. Career services are also available for students.
Helsinki Polytechnic Stadia
Helsinki Polytechnic Stadia values expertise, renewal, responsibility, and co-operation with the labor market. The Polytechnic strives towards providing first-class higher education to produce competent professionals, carry out innovative research and development, promote regional development and professional growth, and offer working life services. It provides a platform for ambitious students to pursue their dreams.
Swedish School of Economics and Business
The Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration, Finland was founded in 1909. The school has many more numbers of international students than any other Finnish business university. The university is organized into seven departments. The university has its campuses in campuses in Helsinki and in Vaasa. The school has almost 7000 graduates working in over 20 countries.
North Karelia University of Applied Sciences
North Karelia University of Applied Sciences offers such degree programs that no student is left unemployed after the completion of a program. The Recruiting Service of the university is one of the major attractions, as it helps students to get permanent jobs. It also organizes get-together events to promote interaction between recruiters and students.