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Study in Norway

Education system

  • Norway is one of the leading countries confirming the guidelines from the Bologna system in European higher education

  • The degree system based on the Bachelor`s, Master`s and Ph.d. structure has been successfully implemented, together with the ECTS credit system

  • More than 200 Master programmes taught in english, covering a variety of subject areas

Education system

  • 7 accredited universities

  • 9 accredited specialized university institutions

  • 22 accredited university colleges

  • Almost all higher education institutions are state-run

  • Tuition is not required, although fees may be imposed for certain professional education programmes

  • The academic year normally runs from mid-August to mid-June. Courses are measured in “studiepoeng” according to the ECTS standard (European Credit Transfer System credits).

Important institutions

International Office at SEBS is currently working to renew cooperation with these 4 Universities:

  • Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration, Bergen.

  • BI- Norwegian School of Management, Oslo.

  • Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Oslo.

  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim.

Study in Norway

  • Some examples of Master programmes in english:

  • Master of Science in Economics (Norwegian University of Life Sciences)

  • M.Sc. in Business Creation and Entrepreneurship (University of Tromsø)

  • Master in International Business (Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration ,Bergen)

  • Master of Science in Business and Economics (BI Norwegian School of Management, Oslo)

  • Master of Science in Information Systems (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)Master in Energy, Natural Resources and the Environment (Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration)


  • First you need to apply and be accepted into one of the Universities approved by International Office

  • Living expenses in Norway are high; but when you are accepted as a student you can apply for a scholarship through the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund

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Study in Norway

  • Where do I get application forms and where do I send my application?Application forms should be requested from the individual institution (e.g. from their website). All applications should also be sent directly to the institutions.

  • The official gateway for studying in Norway is


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