The right to use FSHS services
You can use FSHS services if you are studying for a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree and you have registered as an attending student. Please note that new students have the right to use our services no earlier than August 1. The right to use services is valid until the end of the semester when you graduate.
Those 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.
Those not entitled to use FSHS services:
- Students at open universities of applied sciences,
- Students at open universities,
- Students at Högskolan på Åland,
- Postgraduate students (e.g. licentiate and doctoral students),
- Students at the National Defence University studying to become an officer,
- Students studying on other than degree courses in higher education (e.g. complementary training, specialization studies or separate study modules),
- Commissioned education students,
- Police University College students (Master’s degree),
- International exchange students not completing a degree in Finland
When you have exchange studies or internships abroad
- We cannot conduct remote consultations with students who are on student exchange or have an internship abroad due to the act on patient insurance.
Note! All students eligible for our services are also required to pay a university student health care fee to Kela. The amount of the fee is decided annually by the Government and the fee is paid to Kela twice a year on a semester-by-semester basis. In 2021, the amount of the fee is 71.6 euros, so the fee per semester is 35.8 euros. More detailed information related to the payment and instructions for payment can be found on Kela’s website.