Work to Study, or Study to Work?

Photo: Student housing in Helsinki. University students in Finland are demanding more money. In 2017, financial aid was cut to EUR250.28 per month. Today, students are demanding a EUR100 increase in financial aid from the new government that would bring their support to around EUR350 monthly. Unfortunately for students a rise in financial aid seems [...]

Healthcare in Finland – A Personal View

People walking by a pharmacy in Helsinki city centre

Finland's healthcare has a pretty good reputation globally. Medical journal Lancet's study The Global Burden of Disease ranked the country's healthcare among the best in the world in 2018. Still there is always room for improvement. Local health centres vs big hospitals In fact, Finland's new government aims to reshape the country's health sector. According [...]

New Government Jumps Finland ahead of the Environmental Game | Drink Alcohol and be Taxed More!

Booze Rallies To Continue

Finland's newly formed government has announced its agenda, highlighting environmental issues, job generation and social equality. The new programme aims to make Finland carbon-neutral by 2035. This goal makes Finland a top country in Europe in regards to aspirations for decreasing its environmental impact. The programme makes massive promises and has left many wondering wether [...]