Master’s are offered by universities in Finland and polytechnics. Do you know differences between universities and polytechnics? Polytechnics focus on practical education, but universities focus on scientific education. When you decide to study master’s in Finland; start with the application deadlines of universities. Deadlines vary to university; but generally applications are done between November and January. Language is really important factor here for all foreign students. There are two languages are spoken in Finland as Finnish and Swedish. But you can find some English courses for master’s degree too. Polytechnics application times are different than universities. Applications start February and end April. Applications are done online or directly to university. You should check this from the website of university that you want to study.
When you accepted; the new problem starts tuition fees. Since these costs are really high; students will need to get a scholarship for their educational costs and living expenses. Unfortunately it is very difficult to find scholarship for master’s degree students. The situation is same for bachelor’s degree in Finland. If you need to get scholarship; Erasmus program can be useful. It is called as Erasmus Mundus Master’s program. As you known some international organizations provides scholarship for students all around the world. It is good option to provide your study expenses in Finland. Some Finnish universities offer scholarships for internal students; but the number of these universities is low. So; you need to check the pages of universities to find out they provide scholarship or not.