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Norway Scholarships

Why you have to study in Norway?

The real reason why you should study in Norway is to understand why this small beautiful country is number 1 in production per worker, with nearly 50% more gross domestic product per hour than the UK. But how do Norwegian leaders get their labors to distribute such striking numbers?

Studying in Norway will give you a full grip of the Scandinavian leadership model. You will understand how the Norwegian mentality for equivalence. They provide equal rights to their own country people and as well as to the international people.

Quality education

Despite being a small country like Norwegian universities and university colleges deliver a very quality education which also provides an international exchange and degree-seeking students benefit from. Studying in Norway will advance your career opportunities, both at home and abroad.

Nonetheless, likelihoods are high you might be astonished by the informal atmosphere on campus. Teachers are easily approachable, you can talk to them any time, it’s very easy excess to your Teachers, they even tuition you in small groups. Most important as a student you are encouraged to develop more skills.

Tuition Free Universities in Norway »

Norwegian state universities and their colleges do not charge any tuition fee this is the rule of their state. Well, they don’t charge any tuition fee but you have to pay semester fee which is normally NOK 300-600 each semester. This fee is basically applicable for all study levels, although some colleges and universities charge a tuition fee for the specialized subject.

Most private institutions charge tuition fee, but they facilitate in fee, they charge fee very low, if you compare it to other private institutes. The most important thing is that the tuition fee Norway education sectors charge to international students is not higher than that which they charge to their own country students.

Norwegian Government/EU Scholarships for International Students »

Norwegian Quota Scheme

Norway has a Quota Scheme awards scholarships for students from developing countries, Eastern Europe and Central Asia. This scheme has main courses taught in English at Masters and Ph.D. level, in addition to this, this quota scheme is applicable for some other professional degrees as well. Each student will receive the same amount of money as a Norwegian student there is no partiality there. Each student is treated equally. Around 40 percent of the amount is given as a grant and 60 percent as a loan. However, the loan portion will be waived when the student completes his degree and go back to his or her home country. Here is a list of Universities where tuition fee is not taken from any student.

List of Tuition Free Schools in Norway

A. Universities:

  1. Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB)
  2. Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
  3. University of Agder (UiA)
  4. University of Bergen (UiB)
  5. University of Nordland (UiN) (formerly Bodø University College)
  6. University of Oslo (UiO)
  7. University of Stavanger (UiS)
  8. University of Tromsø (UiT)

B. Specialised university institutions:

  1. BI - Norwegian Business School (formerly Norwegian School of Management)
  2. Molde University College, Specialized University in Logistics (HiMolde)
  3. NHH - Norwegian School of Economics
  4. Norwegian Academy of Music (NMH)
  5. Norwegian School of Sports Sciences (NIH)
  6. Norwegian School of Veterinary Science
  7. MF - Norwegian School of Theology
  8. Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO)
  9. School of Mission and Theology 

    In addition to the specialized university institutions Norway has two university centers:
  10. University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS)
  11. University Graduate Center at Kjeller (UNIK)

C. National Institutes of the arts

  1. Bergen Academy of Art and Design (KHiB)
  2. Oslo National Academy of the Arts (KHiO)

D. State University colleges

  1. Bergen University College
  2. Buskerud University College
  3. Finnmark University College
  4. Gjøvik University College
  5. Harstad University College
  6. Hedmark University College
  7. Lillehammer University College
  8. Narvik University College
  9. Nesna University College
  10. Nord-Trøndelag University College
  11. Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences
  12. Saami University College
  13. Sogn og Fjordane University College
  14. Stord/Haugesund University College
  15. Sør-Trøndelag University College
  16. Telemark University College
  17. Vestfold University College
  18. Volda University College
  19. Østfold University College
  20. Aalesund University College

E. Private colleges with institutional accreditation

  1. Ansgar School of Theology and Mission
  2. Diakonhjemmet University College (campus Oslo & Sandnes)
  3. Haraldsplass Deaconess University College (HDUC)
  4. Lovisenberg Diaconal University College
  5. Norwegian School of Information Technology (NITH)
  6. Norwegian Teacher Academy (NLA)
  7. Oslo School of Management, Campus Christiania
  8. Queen Maud University College

F. Private colleges with accredited programmes and courses

  1. Barratt Due Institute of Music
  2. Bergen School of Architecture
  3. Betanien Deaconal University College
  4. Bjørknes College
  5. Norwegian University College for (HLB)
  6. Norwegian College of Dance (DNBH)
  7. Norwegian Eurythmy College
  8. Rudolf Steiner College of Education

 

 

 

 

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