Believe it or not - in Finland, the student housing situation is good and finding accommodation is pretty straightforward!

Basically, there are two primary options: student housing foundations and the private market.

For budget-friendly student housing options, check out SOA (Finnish Student Housing Ltd.). Here, a single room in a shared flat typically costs between €160 and €380 monthly. While single and family flats offer more privacy, they come with higher rents and longer waiting lists.

If you wish, you can also explore the open market, including social media platforms, though prices are usually higher compared to student housing.

Reach out to your admitting university for local accommodation advice and explore their website for more insights.