Why study in Finland ?
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Relevance of Education to Working Life
Good Job Prospects
Post study work VISA of up to 2 years
They have No standardized testing, Accountability for teachers (not required), Cooperation not competition,
Part Time work/Student Jobs
International Students can also work for 25 hours per week (part‐time) on average during the academic year and work full time with no restrictions during holidays.
Typically the current minimum wage in the cleaning branch is €7.30 per hour. The average hourly wage amongst industrial worker is about €14 per hour
Students with Finnish language skills are entitled for higher wages as compared to the students having no skills.
Intakes & Deadlines
One Intake: Autumn– August
Starts from 9th January to 23 rd January (for online registration) and 30 th January for documents uploading.
Duration & Tuition Fees
Duration for all courses will be around 12‐24 Months.
Tuitions fees will go Approximately from 10,000 to 13,000 Euros
Note : The Current INR Rate is 1 Euros – Rs. 82.00