Amandine.K wrote:Let me add with perfect knowledge of spoken and written Finnish! Let's just say that it's impossible to be fluent in the time you will complete your degree. Even for agency work, they are very strict with Finnish nowadays. Finding placements is also getting very hard as the wards want Finnish speakers.
Amandine.K wrote:No you cannot study full-time for 3,5 years and be fluent enough to work as an RN. You would need full-time Finnish and high motivation for 3,5 years to have an acceptable level in Finnish, so let alone take a nursing degree!
pastel wrote:Thanx guys,
So learning finish is that hard!!!! and after 3.5yrs i might not be that gud
it if i dont try so so so hard to learn it. If i manage to do i end up being
paid 2300 euro? I mean is it worth it in the end
Amandine.K wrote:No he won't! He needs more than pretty good Finnish, he will need fluent spoken AND written Finnish.
Amandine.K wrote:As for get your degree and go somewhere else after, way to abuse the system...
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