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Foreign students to work

Foreign students to work

Approximately 20.000 foreign degree students study in Finland, out of whom approximately 2.800 graduate annually. Out of this, only 45,5% become employed in Finland after one year of their graduation. A year is a short period to consider however, and findings from for example Denmark...

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Koulun päättäjäiset

School’s Out

Free high quality university education is a rare thing to find. In the vast majority of countries, students pay high tuition fees for a chance at a bright future. This week the Finnish parliament voted for universities in Finland to begin charging tuition fees from...

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Suomi on hyvä maa tehdä töitä

Finland is a fine place to work

It’s a grey December morning in Finland. The year’s coming to an end and the days are short and bleak. To someone looking at the weather it seems like the last place that could hold promise. This is not the case. Beyond the admittedly ghastly...

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No School Like New School

The Espoo International School has opened to a new semester in new and gorgeous premises in Suurpelto, Espoo. This public international school offers English education to approximately 570 people at this time. The school has three parallel tracks, so almost every grade from 1 to...

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