University of Helsinki will introduce fees for non-EU students as of autumn 2017. According to Rector Jukka Kola, the fees will range from 10 000 to 25 000 euros and will only apply to new, non-EU students in English-taught Bachelors’ and Masters’ programmes. The decision does not apply to EU/ETA students. "Students currently enrolled at the University have no cause for concern, as the fees will only be charged from students commencing their studies in the autumn term 2017," says the University’s Head of International Affairs, Markus Laitinen. The university will run a scholarship programme to support fee-paying international students.