Flying overseas with roots in Finland – the Finland Society as service provider for young expatriate Finns

A survey commissioned by the Finland Society, charting the service needs of young expatriate Finns, aimed to collect information on 18-29-year-old expatriate Finns’ requests and service needs from Finland and the Finland Society in particular. The results serve the development of the society’s activities and the drafting of an expatriate youth program for the Finnish Expatriate Parliament.

You can read the survey by clicking the image. This survey is in Finnish, you will find an English summary on page 5.

Useful information for young expatriate Finns

Are you a dual citizen and wondering how to retain your Finnish citizenship? Are you living overseas and would like to study in Finland? Or studying at a Finnish college or university and would like to intern overseas? By the way, did you know that various Finnish organizations abroad offer internships? Perhaps you are wondering what kind of qualifications a degree gained in another country will provide when applying for a job or study place in Finland?

You will find information about these subjects through the links below. If you need more information, please contact the Finland Society advice service.

Retaining Finnish citizenship at the age of 22

Studying in Finland

Recognition of degrees