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Exchange Students

There are two categories of non-degree students at the Faculty of Humanities:

  1. An exchange student is somebody who comes to Turku under an exchange programme such as ERASMUS, NORDPLUS, ISEP, FIRST, a CIMO scholarship or a bilateral agreement between the student's home institution and the University of Turku.
  2. A visiting student is somebody who applies individually, outside exchange programmes or agreements. Visiting students can participate only in certain, restricted programmes they have been accepted to. They also have to pay for their studies and they are not entitled to the student benefits provided for the exchange students.

If you come to Turku through an exchange programme such as ERASMUS, NORDPLUS, ISEP, north2north, a CIMO scholarship or a bilateral agreement between your home institution and the University of Turku, you should receive information on the application procedure from your home university. Also,iInformation for exchange students is available through the links on the right.

Non-EU/EEA citizens

Students coming to Finland from non-EU/EEA countries must obtain a residence permit from the nearest Finnish embassy or consulate in their home country. The residence permit and visa must be obtained before arrival in Finland. According to the directive of the Ministry of the Interior, non-EU/EEA citizens, who will be coming to Finland for studies or student exchange, are required to have valid health insurance in order to obtain a residence permit.

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