Cost of Studying in Norway
Norway uses the Norwegian Krone (NOK) as its currency.
Public universities in Norway do not charge tuition fees even for international students. Depending on where you choose to study, you may be required to pay a small fee each semester, but that is normally between NOK 300 and NOK 600. This semester fee gets you membership to the student union, access to health services, counselling and sports facilities as well as an official student card. Your student card can reduce your fees on public transport and give you a discount for museums and art galleries. There are some courses at public institutions that you may have to pay for, but these are rare and tend to be at postgraduate level. If you choose to study at a private institution, you will be required to pay tuition fees, and these will vary at each institution. There are some scholarships available for EU/EEA students and international students, make sure to check with your chosen institution about your eligibility.
Your living costs will depend on where you choose to live in Norway. The bigger cities will be more expensive than in smaller cities and towns. You may be able to apply to the Norwegian State Education Loan Fund for a grant to help you cover your costs. On average, you should budget for between NOK 9,500 and NOK 20,000 per month. Students from an EU/EEA country can get part-time work without any permission. Students from anywhere else will be required to apply for a work permit before you can get part-time work. No matter where you are from, you are permitted to work up to 20 hours per week during term time and full-time during the holidays.
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Why Study in Norway?
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Education System in Norway
It is progressively regular in Norway to finish higher education. One reason is the way that taking a degree is moderate.
Job Opportunities After Studying in Norway
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Student Visa Requirements for Norway
All students wishing to study at a Norwegian institution will need to obtain a visa, which comes in the form of a student residence permit. If you are from an EEA country, you do not need to apply for a residence permit before you arrive in Norway but will need to do so within three months of your arrival. If you are from any other country, you will need to apply for a residence permit before you travel to Norway. This can be done at the Norwegian embassy or consulate in your home country. More information regarding student residence permits can be found on the Norwegian Directorate of Immigration (UDI) website.
Universities in Norway
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