Application Deadline: There are no annual application deadlines in the CIMO Fellowship programme. Applications may be considered at all times. However, candidates should note that applications should be submitted at least 5 months before the intended scholarship period. Decisions will be made within approximately 3 months after receipt of application.
Scholarships in Finland for International Students 2016
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Full list of tuition free universities and colleges in Europe (Sweden, Norway and Finland).
A number of Universities and colleges in Europe offer tuition free universities admission for international students to study in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Germany and Denmark. However the tuition free policy has changed in some countries the past few years,
In some countries in Europe, education is seen as a public good—a human right accessible to everyone. And international students are seen as a vital part of their higher education system. These countries offer tuition free universities admission for international students.
We have compiled a list of the top 10 Universities that offer admission for international students without tuition fees.
Do you want to study abroad on tuition free universities in Finland?
University higher education in Finland is funded by the State through the Ministry of Education, and therefore international students enrolled in regular degree studies pay no tuition fees.
Bachelor’s and Doctoral level programmes -as well as many Master’s level programmes- do not charge any tuition fees,
Application deadline: The next available application period is 15 December 2015 – 29 January 2016 and is for studies starting in September 2016. Please note that there is only one application period per year. | Offered annually? Yes
The University of Oulu, Finland will not charge tuition fees from international degree students starting their studies in the Autumn Semester 2016.
Application Deadline: The next available application period is 15 December 2015 – 29 January 2016 and is for studies starting in September 2016. Please note that there is only one application period per year. | Offered annually? Yes
Scholarship Name: Protein Scholarship Programme
Brief description: The Faculty of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine at University of Oulu,
Scholarship Name: Aalto University Scholarship
Aalto University offers Masters Scholarship for international (Non-EU/EEA) students to study in Finland for 2012/2013
Accepted Subject Areas?
Schools of Science, Electrical Engineering and Engineering:
- Master’s Programme in Mobile Computing – Services and Security
- Master’s Programme in Service Design and Engineering
- Master’s Programme in Communications Ecosystem
- Master’s Programme in Mechanical Engineering
School of Economics
- Master’s Degree Program in Information and Service Management
- Master’s Degree Program in International Business Communication
- Master’s Degree Program in Marketing
School of Art and Design
- Master’s Degree Programme in Environmental Art
Cross disciplinary Degree Programmes
- Master’s Degree Programme in International Design Business Management (IDBM)
Aalto University provides a wide range of Master’s programmes which are taught entirely in English,
University of Helsinki is offering Master’s Degree Scholarship Programme in form of International Student Grant in 2012
The University of Helsinki is giving about 50 start-up grants to qualified students who are accepted to study in an International Master’s Degree Programme. The amount of each grant will be €1000 to €1500 euro. The grants are not meant to cover living expenses,
The Masters In International Performance Research (MAIPR) Erasmus Mundus Programme For International Students By Amsterdam University is funded by the European Commission. From autum 2011 the scholarship will be offered by four internationally renowned academic institutions: the University of Warwick in the UK; the Universiteit van Amsterdam (the University of Amsterdam) in The Netherlands; the Tampereen Yliopisto (the University of Tampere) in Finland,
European Masters Scholarship in Sport and Exercise Psychology (EMSEP) prepare International Students for a career in Sport and Exercise Psychology. EMSEP is a joint programme organised by four leading European universities in the field: the University of Jyväskylä, Finland; the University of Leipzig, Germany; the University of Thessaly, Greece, and Lund University, Sweden. The two-year full-time EMSEP program is taught completely in English and it offers education opportunities for students of all nationalities.