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Facts and figures -report 4b/2016: International mobility in Finnish higher education institutions in 2015: student exchanges

Facts and figures -report 5b/2016: International mobility in Finnish higher education in 2015: degree students

Statistics on pupil and student mobility 2014

Statistics on international pupil and student mobility in Finnish general education, vocational education and training and higher education in 2014:

Faktaa – Facts and figures 1B/2015: at school, in the university, abroad

Higher education

International mobility of students

Infographics on student mobility 2015

  • Student mobility from Finland 2006–2015
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  • Student mobility to Finland 2006–2015
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  • Mobility of exchange students by continent
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  • Mobility of degree students by continent
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  • Top 5 countries of destination and origin of exchange students
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  • Top 5 countries of destination and origin of international degree students
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  • Activity in student mobility by region
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  • Proportion of women and men by field of education: universities of applied sciences
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  • Proportion of women and men by field of education: universities
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Exchange students

Study periods and trainee placements abroad of at least 3 months are recorded as exchange studies in the statistics if they count towards the students’ degrees at their home universities. The numbers include exchange students from all exchange programmes and students who have arranged their exchange themselves, the so-called free movers.

International degree students in Finnish universities

Non-Finnish nationals who are registered as degree students in Finnish universities are recorded as international degree students in the statistics. The numbers include both graduate and post-graduate students.

The tables below give more detailed information on international degree students, new international degree students and degrees they have taken.

The tables below give information on how international graduates have stayed in Finland and found employment one year after graduation.