Finland offers grants for Vietnamese high school students

  • Vietnam
  • Thursday, 29 Jul 2021

Peter Vesterbacka, FHSP programme manager (centre), with Vietnamese students who have qualified for the Finnish high-school scholarship intake 2021. — Photo courtesy of the Finland High School Programme

HANOI (Vietnam New/ANN): Finnish educators are looking forward to welcoming more and more Vietnamese high-school students to study in their country, which is known as the world’s happiest nation and for having high standard of education.

The Finland High School Programme (FHSP), an initiative by Finest Future of Finland, a multi-national consultant company to promoting Finnish high school education in Việt Nam and others countries in Asia, is providing hundreds of scholarships for outstanding international students, particularly those from Việt Nam for the 2022 intake.

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