Finnish - Bachelors

City Student Scholarships Category Duration Admission Requirements Education Institution
Copenhagen SU berettiget Bachelors 3 year Gymnasiel University of Copenhagen
City Copenhagen
Student Scholarships SU berettiget
Category Bachelors
Duration 3 year
Admission Requirements Gymnasiel
Education Institution University of Copenhagen

Finnish is the Scandinavian language which is farthest away from all the other Scandinavian language in the trunk. In fact, the same subgroup as Hungarian, and the two languages ​​have nothing in common with other languages ​​in the world.

It is very special and exciting precisely how language originated and why it just is Finland and Hungary which have in common. Maybe you can during the training find out why?

A study in Finnish, is both a training where you get to learn to write and speak Finnish as language. As well as having language skills, so will be working intensively with Finland as a society, its culture, politics, and history of the country. The first half year intensive language training. This is followed by 2 1/4 years of compulsory subjects as literature, history and Finnish history. The last 3/4 years is elective, where you can choose among the offered subjects you find interesting.

Finland is one of the countries in the world like Denmark and the other Nordic countries rank high on lists of best country to live in, highest level of education, the longest average age, etc.

But perhaps Finland just one of the most overlooked Scandinavian countries, at least seen with Scandinavian glasses, precisely because it is far away from us and they speak a completely different language, where you can at least speak Danish so people can understand us in the rest of Scandinavia, and even Greenland.

But we can certainly learn a lot of Finns and enjoy their magnificent scenery as tourists in the 1000 Lakes country.

Most who take a bachelor of Finnish have in mind to retrain as a candidate.

Job Opportunities

Teacher, translator, interpreter, tour guide.

Special admission requirements

Danish A, English B, History B or History of Ideas B or Contemporary History B. It is further assumed that you follow a beginners course in Finnish language.