Early Bird Discount
Citizens of the EU/EEA Countries and Switzerland
Studies are tuition-free for nationalities within
- The European Union (EU)
- The European Economic Area (EEA)
To prove your citizenship for being exempted from paying a tuition fee, you must upload a copy of a valid passport or national ID card to your Online Application Form.
Citizens of the non-EU/EEA countries (excluding Switzerland) must pay a tuition fee of
- EUR 13 500 / each academic year
There are however, exceptions when a non-EU/EEA citizen is exempted from paying a tuition fee:
The tuition fee must be paid within three weeks from the date of having received the Certificate of Admission.
In case of the tuition fee not being paid by the given DL, the offered place will automatically be lost without any possibility for reclaiming it back.
First Academic Year: Early Bird Discount
If required to pay a tuition fee, you can get
- an Early Bird Discount of EUR 6 000 for the first academic year
if confirming your place in the programme and paying the remaining tuition fee of EUR 7 500 within three weeks from having received the Certificate of Admission.
First Academic Year: Finland Scholarship
NOTE: All Finland Scholarships have now been awarded in Rolling Admission - there are no more Finland Scholarships available.
A total of 4 Finland Scholarships are offered in Rolling Admission for the first academic year.
Note: The following programmes are not included in Rolling Admission: Biorefineries, Circular Economy, Electric Transportation Systems and Water Technology.
Note: No Finland Scholarships awarded in Industrial Design Engineering.
Finland Scholarship for the first academic year includes the following:
- Full cover for the tuition fee plus,
- EUR 5 000 for the living costs
The scholarship can be applied for on the application form when applying to the programme.
The scholarships are awarded for the 4 first admitted students.
If awarded a Finland Scholarship, the offered place in the programme must be confirmed within two weeks from the date of having received the Certificate of Admission. If not, the admitted student will lose the Finland Scholarship and it will be re-awarded to the next admitted student.
Second Academic Year: Scholarship
When required to pay a tuition fee, you will be awarded
- a scholarship of EUR 6 000 for the second academic year
if meeting with the requirement of having completed a minimum of 60 ECTS credits of studies included in the personal study plan during the first academic year.
With a possible scholarship the tuition fee is EUR 7 500 for the second academic year.
The required ECTS credits will be automatically checked for and they must be included on your Transcript of Records by the end of the first academic year i.e. by 31 July. If the requirement for the minimum ECTS credits is met with, you will automatically be awarded a scholarship of EUR 6 000 for the second academic year.