What the OP said wasn’t even true, it’s subsidized but they don’t write you a fat check every month like he claims.
Also, you have bad mentality, you are looking at the short term instead of the long term, you might pay 80k for school in America total, compare that with a 13% increase in your taxes for the rest of life. You do the math. The Nordic countries have been experiencing some of the slowest economic growth in years, leading them to elect more right wing officials to deregulate their government.
Also, fun fact, because of their great “social programs” many corporate costs in Finland are extremely high, such as most cars being almost double the price of the US. So yeah, maybe for your 16 year old broke mentality you should go to Finland, one day when you get a real job and you aren’t paying over 50% of your money to the government, you’ll be thankful.