Bachelor Degree In Finland
Find the right Bachelor Degree in Finland with our comprehensive guide.
An undergraduate degree in Finland usually takes between three and five years to complete at a university of applied science. This is similar to the majority of undergraduate degrees across the rest of Europe.
Whilst there are around 100 degree programmes taught in English at universities of applied sciences in Finland, there are less English-led programmes at traditional universities. There are increased opportunities to study programmes in English at masters level and beyond.
As in much of the western world, the Finnish higher education system follows the bachelors/masters route, meaning students achieve bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degrees before deciding whether or not to continue their education with masters level qualifications.
Most degrees in Finland start in August/September, so the initial application deadline is usually January.