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Study In Norway

Why Norway

Norway is an attractive prospect when it comes to overseas education owing to its buoyant economy and top-notch education system, offering flexible and affordable study options. With its myriad of mesmerizing landscapes, restaurants and cultural hangouts, you will be spoilt for choice.

QUICK FACTS

  • CAPITAL: Oslo
  • MAINCITIES: Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger/ Sandnes, Trondheim, Tromsø, Tønsberg
  • LANGUAGE: Norwegian
  • CURRENCY: Krone
  • LIVING COST PER YEAR: NOK 24,000 to 50,000 NOK
  • POPULATION INDEX: 51, 36,700

WHY STUDY IN Norway

  • Ranking 89th in the 2013–14 QS University World Rankings
  • High quality of education with flexibility
  • Strong economy with major shipping and mining industries.
  • Land of natural wonders
  • No tuition fees for higher education
  • Over 220 Masters Programs taught in English
  • Close student-teacher relation
  • Over 200 master’s programmes taught in English

THE NORWEGIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM

All higher education institutions in Norway are state-run Norways higher education institutions include:

  • Universities - 7 in total.
  • specialised university institutions
  • University colleges - offer Bachelors courses and Masters degrees while a few are accredited to award PhDs
  • Two national colleges of the arts
  • Numerous private institutions

COURSES OFFERED

  • Three-year Bachelors,
  • Two-year Masters
  • Three-year Doctoral degrees

COST OF STUDY

  • 300 - 600 Norwegian Kroner (NOK) per semester

INTAKE

  • August

WORK RIGHT & STAY BACK

  • 20 hours per week (40 Hours during vacation)

ENTRY REQUIREMENT

  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a minimum score of 60 for an Internet-based test (IBT) or 500 for a paper-based test (PBT)
  • International English Language Testing Service (IELTS) Academic test with a minimum score of 5.0