Aalto University is part of the national Finland Scholarship programme funded by the Ministry of Education and Culture. The Finland Scholarship programme runs from 2022 to 2024. Non-EU/EEA applicants liable to pay tuition fees at Aalto University can apply for a Finland Scholarship. The scholarships are merit-based and are granted on a competitive basis according to the academic evaluation criteria of each study option (available on the study option’s website). The best applicants liable to tuition fees for each study option may be awarded the scholarship.
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Scope of scholarship
Finland Scholarship covers 100% tuition fee (awarded as a tuition fee waiver) and 5000 € for relocation and other costs for the first year of studies. The 5000 € scholarship is paid once to a Finnish bank during the first year of the studies.
How to apply for a scholarship
Non-EU/EEA applicants who are liable to tuition fees at Aalto University can apply for Finland Scholarship simultaneously when applying to a Master’s programme with the same application form. Therefore, it is impossible to apply for the scholarship after the application period has ended.
The scholarship decision is given at the same time as the admission decision. As defined in the Universities Act, the scholarship decision cannot be appealed.
Duration of scholarship
The tuition fee waiver is granted, and the normative study period is two (2) years of full-time study for a master’s degree. According to the approved personal study plan, the scholarship requires full-time study and studying. The 5000 € scholarship is paid once during the first year of studies.