Finland is a Nordic country in Europe with neighbours Norway, Sweden and Russia. It is also known as the “Land of 10,000 Lakes.” It is the most sparsely populated country in Europe. Finland is known for Nokia, the mobile phone brand which is the nation’s pride and is a household name throughout the world. It is the eighth largest country in Europe. It is also a member of the United Nations Organisation, the European Union and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development(OECD). Helsinki is the capital city. The currency is Euro.
The education in Finland is one of the best in the world. Moreover, even for international students, there is no tuition fees. English is not only spoken locally but also, all the courses are available in English. The country is also a signatory of the Bologna Process, which gives the student the privilege of transferring to a new University in any of the member countries. The country has a free-market economy which allows the students to study how to establish a business and run is profitably in such conditions. Additionally, the requirements for a market to to function effectively without any Government intervention, and focus on keeping consumers satisfied and welfare of employees can also be learnt in detail.
Finland is not only known for the Northern Lights but also its lakes, buildings and parks. Lake Saimma itself has an area of around 1300 square kilometres. Tampere is one of its loveliest towns. Food is unique and is sure to tingle your tastebuds due to its individuality. Rosolli, which is a beetroot salad, Hernekeitto, which is a pea soup and Kaalilatikko, which is cabbage casserole, are delicacies, which could only be found in Finland. Korvasienimuhennos is a mushroom stew, which is quite popular in the country.
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