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Working in Finland

  • believes that every Filipino deserves to get a quality, relevant education that will prepare them for their dream career. We bring you choice, advice, and convenience – all for free.

  • Can I work while I’m studying in the ‘country’?

    A non-EU student can work within certain limits on a student residence permit if the work is practical training included in his or her degree or if the part-time work does not exceed 25 hours a week. There are no limits in terms of hours on full-time work outside term times (summer and Christmas holidays specifically).

  • What are the benefits of graduating from a school in the ‘country’?

    Finland is one of the top countries in providing education. Its idea of education is to provide equal learning opportunities for everyone. The schools also do not have much difference. Graduating in Finland means you have learned from one of the best educational institutions in the world. Looking or applying for a job or further studies becomes much easier when you have received education from Finland not because of the prestige of the country’s education, but because of the knowledge you have gained from learning in one of Finland’s schools.

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Schools in Finland

Which school do you want to study? What program can you take? Are the schools offering scholarships?

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Study in Finland

How much are the living expenses for students? How can I adapt to the local culture?

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Life in Finland

Where could you live? What would daily life be like? What's the cost of living? Is it safe living here?

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