Thursday, October 23

Medical Admission Test Result 2014-15 | MBBS/BDS Result 2014-15

Medical Admission Test Result 2014-15
The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) has published notice for Medical Admission (MBBS and BDS) 2014-15. Please keep your connection contentiously with Education Notice to get all resent update, news and information regarding Medical Admission Notice for the session 2014 - 15, online medical admission test procedure by Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) and teletalk.com.bd, seat plan for medical admission test and test result for medical (MBBS & BDS) admission result.

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Sunday, October 19

Higher Education in Finland | Study in Finland

Education in Finland is an education system with no tuition fees and with fully subsidized meals served to full-time students. The Finnish system of higher education is regarded as excellent and its universities are highly ranked worldwide.

Finnish higher education consists of two parts:
  • Universities provide academic education based on research. All 14 universities offer Bachelor’s, Master's, licentiate and doctoral degrees (3 + 2 + 4 years).
  • Universities of Applied Sciences (polytechnics) provide vocational education on a higher level and promote applied research. Polytechnics confer Bachelor’s (from 3.5 up to 4 years) and Master’s (1 – 1.5 years) degrees. A student is eligible for polytechnic/UAS Master’s level studies after accomplishing a Bachelor’s degree, and having acquired at least three years of relevant work experience after that. 
Students who study abroad in Finland can choose between two types of colleges: universities and polytechnic institutions.

Finnish Students
There are many prominent universities in the Finland. The University of Eastern Finland is one of them. University of Eastern Finland was established in 2010. The University operates two main campuses, in Joensuu and Kuopio, and the university also has a campus in Savonlinna.

Each of the campuses has a distinct profile and cooperation between the campuses in research, education and supporting services is close. With approximately 14,000 students and 3000 members of staff, the University of Eastern Finland is one of the largest universities in Finland.

The profile of the university underscores multidisciplinary and the four faculties of the University of Eastern Finland, i.e. the Philosophical Faculty, the Faculty of Science and Forestry, the Faculty of Health Sciences, and the Faculty of Social Sciences and Business Studies, offer teaching in more than 100 major subjects.

The university has extensive international relations and the university's teaching and research staff and students are active in participating in various mobility programs. The University of Eastern Finland is a multidisciplinary university which is internationally recognized for its high standard of research and education. The university has a strong profile in its areas of expertise: Forests and the Environment, Health and Well-being, and New Technologies and Materials.

The university has also selected two regionally and nationally significant fields in which the university's research activities will be further strengthened: Broad-Based Expertise Pertaining to Russia and Selected Fields of Teacher Education. With its extensive networks, the university constitutes a significant competence cluster, which promotes the well-being and positive development of Eastern Finland.


Important links for Finnish educational authorities:
Visa Information/ processing guide for study in Finland:

Processing guide for study in Finland | Finland Student Visa Information

Finnish Students
Education in Finland is an education system with no tuition fees and with fully subsidized meals served to full-time students. The Finnish system of higher education is regarded as excellent and its universities are highly ranked worldwide.

Finnish higher education consists of two parts: 
  • Universities provide academic education based on research. All 14 universities offer Bachelor’s, Master's, licentiate and doctoral degrees (3 + 2 + 4 years).
  • Universities of Applied Sciences (polytechnics) provide vocational education on a higher level and promote applied research. Polytechnics confer Bachelor’s (from 3.5 up to 4 years) and Master’s (1 – 1.5 years) degrees. A student is eligible for polytechnic/UAS Master’s level studies after accomplishing a Bachelor’s degree, and having acquired at least three years of relevant work experience after that. 
Finland Student Visa Information

Finland Embassy/Consulate for Bangladesh:
Embassy of Finland
E-3, Nyaya Marg, Chanakyapuri
New Delhi 110021

India
Office timing (Monday-Friday): 10:00-12:00 hours
Telephone: +91-11-5149 7500
Fax: +91-11-5149 7555
E-mail: sanomat.nde@formin.fi
Web: http://www.finland.org.in

Visa Fees: Visa Fee RS. 1950 is payable in cash or by demand draft in favor of 'Embassy of Finland, New Delhi'

Required Documents for Apply: The following documents are required 
  1. Visa application form carefully completed, dated and signed by the applicant
  2. One recent photo in color, 36x47 mm, light background, not attached to the application
  3. Passport, which is valid at least three months end of the visit and a copy of it
  4. Letter of acceptance from the university in Finland where the applicant has been accepted
  5. All educational documents, including marks sheets (SSC, HSC, Bachelor's, Master's or other post-secondary, college, vocational or university diploma, certificate or degree).
  6. If needed, Documents of your professional qualification
  7. Documents of your IELTS/Other Language Proficiency Test
  8. Proof of sufficient funds (such as a copy of a recent bank statement)
  9. Statement of students account (scholarship, secure income)
  10. Applicant must make a bank deposit of EUR 6,000.00 in his/her name and it must be renewed every academic year. 

Important links for Finnish educational authorities: