Hello everyone. I was studying in University of Turku in 2016 as a Non-EU student. I didn't really like the studies as they weren't similar to what I wanted to study, so i went back to my homeland after a few months, though i registered for the session 2017-2018. Now I have gotten admission in University of Tampere(full fee scholarship) and have accepted the study place as I like the course content and is exactly what i want to study.
Question: After i left Finland and now choose to study in another university, Will the Finnish authority make it difficult to get the residence permit?(My previous permit expired in August 2017)
If anyone has been in such situation, it would be great if you could answer this. Thank you
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It might raise some eyebrows but it's not a reason to deny a permit.
Hi, thank you for the reply. Hope all goes goodbetelgeuse wrote: ↑Mon Apr 23, 2018 10:08 amIt might raise some eyebrows but it's not a reason to deny a permit.