THE PLAN to introduce tuition fees for foreign students would not yield the projected savings, five student unions argue. Instead, the tuition fees would represent a step in the wrong direction for Finland in light of its internationalisation objectives.
Helsingin Sanomat wrote last week that the Government is poised to mull over the adoption of tuition fees for students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) in a bid not only to generate revenue but also to create savings by limiting the inflow of students from non-EEA countries. More...