Finland in the true sense is an underrated study abroad destination for the students who are willing to enroll into an English taught program abroad. Study in Finland can be one of the most rewarding decisions of one’s life if approached correctly. Here, we will be talking about the universities in Finland, which are best for international students. According to various university Ranking entities, here are some of the top universities in Finland:

University of HelsinkiSt

One of the best universities in Europe, in fact in the top 20 universities in Europe and not just Finland, the University of Helsinki is one of the largest and most prestigious universities in Europe. The University of Helsinki is a research-heavy university focused on advanced technologies and innovations. It is also one of the founding members of LERU, the league of European Research Universities.

Aalto University

Aalto University is Finland’s second largest university in terms of the number of students enrolled. There are around 17500 students at Aalto University. The university itself was the result of a merger between the University of Art and Design Helsinki, Helsinki University of Technology and Helsinki School of Economics. The Engineering and business programs (Bachelor’s) are taught at the main campus in Espoo, the art and architecture in Helsinki peninsula, and the other schools are located in Pori and Mikkeli.

University of Turku

A member of Coimbra Group of prestigious multidisciplinary universities in Europe, the University of Turku offers multiple programs in the specializations given below:

  1. Humanities
  2. Science and Engineering
  3. Medicine
  4. Law
  5. Social Science
  6. Education
  7. Economics

The university was made public in 1974, and it is one of the most significant educational institutions as far as Higher education in Finland is concerned.

University of Jyväskylä

The oldest University of Finland with English taught courses, the University of Jyvaskyla was founded in 1863. The university is one of the most selective universities in Finland. In terms of the Masters programs, the University of Jyvaskyla is the second largest universities for the students enrolled. The disciplines at the University of Jyvaskyla include:

  1. Humanities and Social Sciences
  2. Information Technology
  3. Education and Psychology
  4. Sport and Health Sciences
  5. Faculty of Mathematics and Science
  6. School of Business and Economics

Tampere University of Technology

The Tampere University of Technology is a merger of two of the most academically significant universities of the city. The Tampere University of Technology and the University of Tampere were merged at the beginning of the year 2019. The Tampere University of Technology was some of the most technologically advanced and research-heavy university of the country, with close ties fo Multinational Companies as big as Nokia. On the other hand, The University of Tampere was more on the traditional university, with a rich history (established in 1925) in teaching and multiple disciplines.

University of Oulu

The University of Oulu is another significant institute for the Finnish Higher Education with 16000 students enrolled in the university. The University was established back in 1958. A multidisciplinary university, the department of the university are: Business, Architecture, Medicine, Technology, Mining, Information Technology, and Electrical Engineering, and Molecular Medicine