Exchange Program Finland
The three years
of high school are voluntary in Finland. Although, if a student wishes to
enter the university, a high school diploma is required.
9-year-comprehensive school students can choose between upper secondary
secondary school (lukio/gymnasiet) provides general school leading to the
national Matriculation Examination (Ylioppilastutkinto/Studentexamen), which
gives eligibility to all forms of higher education.
follow what is referred to as the "classless high school system", which
means that you can finish your studies at your own pace in 2, 3 or 4 years.
This flexible system has proven to be very efficient. Students may choose
to study in either Finnish or Swedish. Two Worlds United students may be able to take
many of the subjects in English, depending on the school. Typical subjects
for your program may include: Physics, Mathematics, Foreign Languages, History,
Geography, Biology, Music, Drawing, Computer Science, Physical Education,
Chemistry, Religion (not a mandatory subject) and Philosophy. Student Exchange
1 Jun to: 31 Aug
Finnish, Swedish, French, English, German, Russian