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  • Winter Hacks in Finland
    Average winter temperature in Finland remain below 0 ° C, but warm air currents can cause daily maximum temperatures to exceed 0 ° C. Winters usually begins in mid-October in Lapland, in November in other parts of Finland, but in Read More …
  • Get to know the EDISS Scholars 🌍👨🏼‍🎓👩🏻‍🎓
    EDISS scholars come from diverse international backgrounds. Now, we will present seven of our admitted students for the first EDISS intake (2021/2023). By reading this article, you will find out particularly their motivation to apply for our programme, and last Read More …
  • FIVE REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD MOVE TO FINLAND
    Angry birds, Nokia, midnight sun and Santa Claus: famous examples about Finland are numerous. You might also have heard some stereotypes such as that Finns are shy, that heavy metal is omnipresent and that Finnish is one of the hardest Read More …
  • Turku’s to-do list
    An EDISS bucket list to help you to discover Turku! As Finland’s oldest city and former capital, Turku is brimming with history and activities. It is also the perfect size for students: big enough for you to never get bored, Read More …
  • How to survive your arrival quarantine?
    The start of the EDISS orientation week and the first academic year in the programme is getting closer and closer. Some admitted EDISS students might already have arrived safe and sound in Turku while some are still waiting for their Read More …