You are kindly welcome to explore Finnish education system.
You can come to Finland to see the campus of any University you’re interested in and I can help with choosing a program of it.
QS World University Rankings has placed several Finnish Universities at the world’s top!
Among the 22 000 universities assessed in 52 subjects, Aalto University from Helsinki is on sixth place in the field of art and design. Ranking is raised from 20th place in 2016.
“At Aalto University science and art meet technology and business. Aalto University’s mission is to build an innovative society where breakthrough discoveries deeply integrated with design and business thinking enable systemic solutions and accelerate innovation. Aalto University was established in 2010 through a merger of three renowned universities in the Helsinki metropolitan area in Finland. Aalto University is about cross-disciplinary projects and learning in practice. Students are encouraged and supported to excel both in their studies and their future careers. Many of them already have a vast work experience by the time they graduate. Aalto University offers more than 90 degree programmes at bachelor, master and doctoral level, leading to degrees in the fields of technology, business, art, design and architecture. The combination of fields brings a whole new dimension to studying: in addition to the traditional degree options, you can tailor a unique study experience to meet your interests and career goals. Aalto University encourages its students to engage in multidisciplinary projects and practice-oriented learning. The inspiring atmosphere stems from passionate, student-oriented learning that emphasises creativity as well as critical thinking. Aalto University’s graduates are provided with a wide range of skills, valued in positions requiring high-level expertise with 83% of those with a master’s degree finding employment in their field immediately after graduation”
The other Finnish universities that made it into the top 100 are the University of Helsinki, University of Turku, Tampere University, University of Jyväskylä - Jyväskylän yliopisto and Sibelius Academy (Taideyliopisto).