The fees are course-specific.
The course fee includes:
Fees are payable with a credit card after you have been accepted to Turku Summer School. You will have two weeks to pay the course fee. If we do not receive your payment within two weeks, your course reservation will be cancelled.
Unfortunately Turku Summer School doesn’t offer any scholarships.
The courses are free of charge for:
After the summer course we will e-mail you the official transcript, the course diploma, and the course description. You’ll also receive a printed and signed diploma during the course.
Turku Summer School uses ECTS credits for measuring the workload of the studies. ECTS credits are used widely at the European higher education institutions.
After the summer course you can transfer credits to your home university using the ECTS system.
Finding a place to stay in Turku requires active effort from you.
Turku Summer School cannot arrange housing for summer school students; you have to apply for it yourself.
Join Turku Summer Schools’ private Facebook group to find a roommate.
OPTIONS FOR ACCOMMODATION
Forenom is a private choice for renting fully furnished apartments. The apartments are fully furnished and the rent includes water, electricity and internet. The address of the apartments is Munkkionkuja 7.
Kupittaa Guesthouse (also rents out apartments for long term stay)
The easiest way to travel to Turku is by plane. There are regular connections to Turku from Helsinki, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Gdansk, Riga and Alicante.
From Turku Airport it is easy to travel to the city centre by taxi (airport – city centre 20–25€) or by local bus.
If your flight takes you to Helsinki, you can travel easily to Turku by bus from the Helsinki Airport. The long-distance bus from the international terminal leaves from Platform 14, just in front of terminal.
BY TRAIN OR BUS
There are regular intercity train and bus connections between Turku and other major cities in Finland.
Buses and trains between Turku and Helsinki run every hour. Both bus and train stations are centrally located in the city.
Check timetables for
You can also travel to Turku by sea.
Ferries between Turku and Stockholm run twice a day, and between Tallinn and Helsinki several times a day.
Check the timetables at: