From 1 January 2021 onwards, all degree students in higher education will be entitled to use FSHS services, as long as they have registered as an attending student for a particular term and paid the healthcare fee to KELA.
Who are entitled to use FSHS services?
University students (Bachelor’s or Master’s degree),
Students at universities of applied sciences (Bachelor’s or Master’s degree)
Police University College students (Bachelor’s degree), and
Civilian students at the National Defence University.
Who are not entitled to use FSHS services?
international exchange students
students at open colleges
postgraduate students (e.g. students studying for a PhD)
FSHS student healthcare services do not cover incoming exchange students, open university students, continuing education and postgraduate students, or commissioned education students.
Student healthcare services from A to Z
Does the FSHS provide tooth whitening? How about hearing assessments? What exactly is provided by the FSHS?
to provide students with health and medical care services
to promote students’ health and ability to study, and
to promote the well-being of the study environment and student community.
The FSHS services are provided nationwide in a uniform manner. In other words, you can access the same high-quality services irrespective of your place of study in Finland.
The tables below summarise which services are and are not provided by student healthcare. These tables contain basic information about FSHS services. You can find more information about them on the FSHS website, in the section “Services”. The website describes current services; the information will be updated on 1 January 2021