Norway is well known for its mountains, fjord coastline, sea-faring history, unique coastal life, midnight sunlight during summer, and brilliant Winter Olympics performance. It’s also a popular choice for international study, offering a good selection of universities.
Norway is the country that takes higher education to a unique international level. Most of the public universities in Norway don’t charge tuition fees, so students can find accessible high-quality degree courses.
Studying abroad in Norway will be a challenging, but rewarding, experience, which will lead to a valuable academic degree that will be a remarkable addition to your CV.
Norway offers many undergraduate programs in English, & at the Masters level, Norway offers close to 200 programs that are taught in English.
Higher education in Norway is comprised of a mixture of both public and private universities. Some are specialized, some comprehensive, and some – known as “university colleges” – concentrate mainly on providing undergraduate-level education in a range of more vocationally focused subjects.
In Norway, some public universities don’t charge tuition fees. This is valid for undergraduate degree courses, Master’s programmes and PhDs, and for students from all countries, regardless if they are members of the EU/EEA or not.
There is, though, a semester student union fee that has to be paid in full, which is around 32 – 64 EUR.
The Living Costs generally, pay a monthly average of 1,500 EUR for accommodation in a private rental apartment, with utilities included.
Scholarships depend as per the student qualifications background on their Merit basis.
Note:: The documents required for individual universities and individual courses in Norway may vary.