If you are planning to study abroad, you should consider Norway as a study destination. The prestigious universities, numerous exchange programs and affordable living make Norway a significant destination for overseas students.
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University of Oslo
Oslo University is Norway’s largest Higher Education institution in terms of population. It provides degree programs for undergraduates and graduates in different subject areas. It has a long list of notable researchers and alumni, spanning the university-funded areas of scholarship. It is ranked as the world’s 58th best university and the third-best in the Nordic countries.
Ranking: #59 in Academic Ranking
Tuition & Fees Approximately: NOK 600
Finance and Admission Office Contact: +47 22 85 50 50 or email@example.com
University of Bergen
The University of Bergen is a public university. It offers degrees in at undergraduate and graduate degree levels. It was ranked as number 135 worldwide by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. It awards scholarships based on financial need and merit. The university offers student internships in various fields.
Ranking: #163 in QS World University Rankings
Tuition & Fees Approximately: NOK 480
Finance and Admission Office Contact: +47 55 58 00 00 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
The Norwegian University of Science and Technology offers provides higher education in medicine, psychology, social sciences, humanities, and fine art among many academic disciplines. It is consistently ranked among the world’s top one per cent of universities. It welcomes students from around the world and offers over 60 foreign master programs and PhD programs that are all taught in English.
Ranking: #101 in Academic Ranking of World Universities
Tuition & Fees Approximately: NOK 18 000
Finance and Admission Office Contact: (+47) 73 59 50 00 or email@example.com
University of Tromsø
The University of Tromsø is the largest research and educational institution in northern Norway. It offers undergraduate and graduates degree in various subject areas. It has become a multi-campus university spread throughout Northern Norway. It contributes to knowledge-based development at the regional, national and international level. It is one of eight universities in Norway.
Ranking: #367 in World University Rankings
Tuition & Fees Approximately: NO tuition fees for international students
Finance and Admission Office Contact: +47 77 64 40 00 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Norwegian University of Life Sciences
The Norwegian University of Life Sciences offers graduate degrees in a range of subjects. It is organized into seven faculties. NMBU has a very diverse campus with 94 nationalities representing roughly 16 per cent of international students. It offers an introduction programme at the beginning of each semester. It has foreign exchange agreements with over 93 universities including six Nordic, 44 European and eight North American institutions.
Ranking: #501 in World University Rankings
Tuition & Fees Approximately: $950-1,780 USD/Month
Finance and Admission Office Contact: +47 67 23 00 00 or email@example.com
University of Agder
The University of Agder is one of Norway’s new universities in 2007. It has six faculties as well as an own unit for teacher education. It offers undergraduate and graduates degree programs. The university is still growing and consolidating its position for its high-quality research and study programmes both on the national and international level.
Ranking: # 1628 in World Ranking
Tuition & Fees Approximately: NOK 800
Finance and Admission Office Contact: 970546200 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Oslo & Akershus University College
Oslo and Akershus University College is the largest state university college in Norway. It offers higher education programs at bachelor’s, masters and PhD level. It enrols more than 20,000 students and 2,100 employees. It has four faculties located at two campuses. The university also provides financial assistance to needy students in the form of loans.
Ranking: #2127 in the world universities
Tuition & Fees Approximately: Varies
Finance and Admission Office Contact: Damerell@hioa.no or +47 67 23 50 00
BI Norwegian Business School
BI Norwegian Business School – Oslo campus is the second largest in all of Europe. It has 845 employees consisting of the academic staff of 404 people and 441 administrative staff. It offers a full set of programs for bachelor, master, and doctoral degrees, as well as executive education and tailor-made programs for businesses.
Ranking: Fifth straight year in a row in its yearly European Business School ranking
Tuition & Fees Approximately: 79,400 NOK
Finance and Admission Office Contact: +47 46 41 02 27 or email@example.com
Norwegian School of Economics (NHH)
Norwegian School of Economics is well known as Norway’s first business school. It offers one three-year undergraduate programme in Economics and Business Administration, taught in Norwegian and offers a master’s programme in Accounting and Auditing. It has six academic departments. It was ranked among the 101-150th best universities worldwide in Economics/Business.
Ranking: #101-150th best universities worldwide
Tuition & Fees Approximately: NOK 800
Finance and Admission Office Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or +47 55 95 90 00
Norwegian School of Sport Sciences
Norwegian School of Sport Sciences provides education at the Bachelor, Master and Doctorate levels. It is a scientific university with national responsibility for research and education within the field of sports sciences. The university seeks enthusiastic and motivated people who truly care for their society and want to make a meaningful difference.
Ranking: Top universities
Tuition & Fees Approximately: $2,180 – $2,500
Finance and Admission Office Contact: +47 23 26 20 00