Posted on November 09 2022
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The government of Norway announced funds of NOK 50 million for 17 colleges, and state and private universities so that the universities could cover the travel expenses for the foreign students who are willing to participate in getting internships that are not near to their study places.
Universities that have got the highest funds are VID University of Applied Sciences, the University of Western Norway, and Norway’s Arctic University.
The following table displays some of the Norwegian universities that are going to receive the funds:
|S.No||Names of the Universities|
|1||Lovisenberg Diaconal College|
|2||Norway’s Arctic University|
|3||the University of Bergen|
|4||the University of Molde|
|5||the University of Oslo|
|6||the University of Southeast Norway|
|7||the University of Stavanger|
|8||The University of Western Norway|
|9||VID university of Applied Sciences|
This investment helps to support the intention of increasing the number of internships that are given in health and social studies courses.
The table below shows the number of international students that were there during the past two years.
|Year||International students in Norway|
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