Student Life in Noway
Norway is a popular destination for international students because tuition is free at public universities. This lowers the barriers for many although the high cost of living must also be considered.
Over 200 master’s degrees are available in English, with many more taught in Norwegian. Bachelor’s degrees are almost exclusively taught in Norwegian although there are some exceptions.
International students are welcome to apply to a Norwegian language programme but must meet strict language requirements, often requiring a one-year language course before commencing studies.
Around 15,000 foreigners are currently enrolled at Norwegian institutions of higher education.
Some are studying full-time master’s degree programmes (typically two years), while others are taking part in established exchange programmes such as the Erasmus programme.
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Studying in Norway
Why Study in Norway?
Norway is a world chief in ventures, for example, oil and gas, oil and gas administration, sustainable power source, shipping, media communications, cutting edge items and fish cultivating. On the off chance that you are arranging a vacation in any of the previously mentioned ventures, studying in Norway will give you a tremendous preferred standpoint.
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.
Cost of Studying in Norway
Norway uses the Norwegian Krone (NOK) as its currency.
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
Top universities to consider when you plan to study in Norway
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