The living cost in Norway is high. Yet, studying in Norway may not be as expensive as you think. As the Universities and colleges do not charge tuition fees for international students. Norwegian universities also provide quality education. Also, studying in Norway can improve your career possibilities.
How To Study in Norway?
In this article, we will see how to take admission and the application process.
Application & Admission
- Every institution handles applications and admissions to higher education. As the different institutions may have different requirements and deadlines.
- Make sure you get all necessary information about the requirements, documentation, and deadlines. For the different study programs and institutions, you want to opt. However, check out the minimum admission requirements in Norway for higher education.
You should complete your secondary education. As it is the basic rule for entry to Norwegian universities. This general rule is set by the Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education. But, for some students, at least one year of studies at the university level is compulsory.
Most Norwegian institutions have different bilateral deals with foreign higher education institutions. These agreements are usually designed for students, researchers and teachers to exchange ideas.
Yet, you may find national programs offering scholarships and other forms of funding. To all the international students wishing to study in Norway. For all these programs certain restrictions and prerequisites apply. In addition, various scholarships offered by private and non-profit organizations are available
- E.ON (Stipendienfonds)
- EEA(Norway Grants)
- Exchange Iceland-Norway
- Fulbright- Grants especially for the US students and Scholars
Student residence permit
- However, students who plan to live in Norway for more than three months. Will need a student residence permit. As the visa is only given for up to 90 days and will not cover stays beyond this period.
- Also, we urge you to read the regulations. In order to avoid problems and delays during the application process.