Innovative and Abundant Research Opportunities
Exciting Campus Lifestyle
Healthy and Safe Communities
International students can often work while they study & Internships
Numerous research opportunities
Possibility of immigration after completing the course
Vibrant campus atmosphere
International students have the option of working when studlying
Good internship opportunities
The graduation degree has to be completed within the stipulated time
with no gap year.
Example: B.Com is a 3-year degree. The client should have completed
it within 3 years and not more.
Example: Engineering is a 4-year degree. The client should have
completed within 4 years and not more.
Norway universities and colleges offer three intakes. They are also be referred as semesters in some institutions. The three intakes available in Norway are:
Fall Semester – A popular intake which starts in the month of September
Winter Semester – Which starts in the month of January
Summer Semester – Usually starts from April/May, this intake is available for limited programs and colleges.
We would advise you to apply well in advance because admissions and scholarships get difficult when you apply closer to the deadline. It is always feasible to apply 6 to 9 months before the academic session starts.
Students must be over 18 years of age.
International students in Norway universities can work on-campus or off-campus for up to 20 hours during university semesters and full-time during breaks such as the winter or summer holidays, without the need for a work permit.
Foreign students who are studying in a program that requires work experience such as through a co-op or internship program.
In general, spouses are given the same rights as students who are already in Norway. Therefore, if the student with a Norway student visa has the right to work, the spouse who comes to join him or her will also have that right
|#1||University of Oslo|
|#2||University of Bergen|
|#3||Norwegian University of Science and Technology|
|#4||University of Tromsø|
|#5||Norwegian University of Life Sciences|
|#6||Western Norway University of Applied Sciences|
|#7||University of South-Eastern Norway|
|#8||Universitetet i Stavanger|
|#9||Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet)|
|#10||Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet)|
Norway, a Nordic country, is one of Europe’s popular study overseas destinations as more than 12,000 students pursue their higher education there. The Kingdom of Norway has more than 70 public and private educational institutions that offer various courses. The duration of each course in Norway is:
Students can enroll in Norwegian language courses, which many universities offer. Although international students can join courses imparted in English, it would help them learn the basics of the Norwegian language, helping them communicate with the local community and get familiarized with the local culture. Natives of Norway understand Swedish and Danish since they are pretty similar to Norwegian.
It is a must to have a minimum level of proficiency in the English language in either TOEFL or IELTS.
The cost of living in Norway is higher when compared to other European nations. Since most Norwegian universities are state-funded, they offer free education. But non-EU students may need to pay tuition fees in specific universities.
Nationals of Non-EU/EEA/EFTA need to get a study permit before enrolling for a course of more than three months. To apply for a study permit, you need the following.
Students from non-EU/EEA/EFTA nations are allowed to work while pursuing their courses. Students are allowed to work for up to 20 hours a week during their course and full-time during vacation.
International students arriving on a study permit can bring their spouses and children on student-dependent permits.
Family members of students can apply for work or residence permits, provided holders of study permits get a minimum stipulated salary as per the government.
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