Finland's education system is significantly divided into levels. After finishing elementary school, students must choose between two educational paths: vocational or academic. Students who complete the level are eligible to enroll in bachelor-level classes. The highest level of degree in the vocational stream is masters, after which graduates seek employment. Students who complete their master's degrees in the academic stream, on the other hand, have the option of pursuing licentiate and doctoral degrees.
- For Bachelor’s program, students will require a minimum qualification of 10+2 level with an above 50% score, while some of the universities or programs may ask for higher percentages.
- For the Master’s program, students will require 4 years of Bachelor’s degree or equivalent with an above 50% score, while some universities or programs may ask for higher percentages.
- To apply to Finland universities for Bachelors and Masters, you will need a 6.5 or above IELTS score.