• Eduardos' video is taking him to Norway


    Brazilian student Eduardo Polloni Silva won a five day trip to Norway, by submitting a video to the contest #whystudyinnorway.

  • 'Norway surprised me'


    ‘Norway surprised me. The quality of life is good, and the landscape is astonishing’

  • Norwegian Society


    Among other things, Norwegians are known for their love of the outdoors and sports, gender equality and what they like to call ‘their personal space’. Here are some real experiences on Norwegian society, made by international students.

  • Happy students


    Norway is on top in a recent student satisfaction award: The students emphasize the high level of education, open and knowledgeable lecturers, a great student community and beautiful nature as important features of their studies in Norway.

  • CONTEST: #Why study in Norway


    Study in Norway is delighted to invite Brazilian students to take part in our contest Why Study in Norway, and explore themes relating to expectations to and outcomes of studies in Norway. 

  • Involving students in science


    'Student exchanges and research should go hand in hand because the one boosts the quality of the other.  In our experience, students lift international research collaboration to a higher level.'

  • A global student voice


    The Norwegian Students’ Union (NSO) and the European Students’ Union (ESU) have taken initiative to and adopted “The Bergen Declaration”. The aim is to build a student network that can develop into a global movement.

  • Cheaper solar panels


    In a cellar at Complutense University of Madrid, Miguel García Tecedor and Felix del Prado Hurtado are studying a series of microscope images of nanomaterials.

  • Nature kindergartens inspire students


    Chinese students are taking their practical training through an international project about early childhood education, and have spent a semester in Norway.

  • The quota scheme to be discontinued


    It has now been decided that the quota scheme will be phased out. A new 
    inter-institutional cooperation programme will partly replace the scheme.

  • Major changes in the higher education sector in Norway


    Many university colleges and universities have merged with effect from 1 January 2016. The objective of these structural changes is to improve quality in higher education and research.

  • Cooperation built capacity


    A summary report shows that the NOMA programme built capacity in developing countries. The report also shows that more than 40 master's degree programmes were established during the eight years that the NOMA programme was active, and that more than 40 percent of the students were women.

  • Panorama - the new strategy for international cooperation


    Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa and Japan are not countries that Norway has cooperated extensively with in higher education and research. This is something the Norwegian Government would like to change. 

  • Celebrating continued Brazil-Norway collaboration


    A Norwegian delegation for higher education and research visited Brazil in November, spearheaded by the Norwegian Crown Prince Haakon. The Crown Prince tested the results of an educational collaboration programme which Brazil and Norway will continue to cooperate on.

  • Creating Europeans – the challenges of Erasmus and Europe


    When I got off the bus outside Brussels on an autumn day in 1998, I became part of what was known already then as the Erasmus Generation. I did my best to adapt, and rented a room in a shared flat that seemed like the ideal type of a Euro-commune. Some of the national stereotypes I had were confirmed, some new ones were created and yet others were discarded.

  • Brazilian students learning from Statoil


    "It has been important for us to gain experience of how to work in a team, and of how we can use our individual competence to develop new ideas together. We have learnt a lot about democratic decision-making," says Raul Quinzani.

  • Unique Norwegian-Japanese collaboration


    Norwegian and Japanese students will soon be able to take a joint course in Arctic-Alpine plant ecology. “Field work will take place in both countries, so this is a unique learning opportunity for the students,” says project coordinator Elisabeth Cooper.

  • From theory to practice in Svalbard


    The University Centre in Svalbard attracts students from all over the world. It offers opportunities for exciting field work and close encounters with glaciers and reindeer.

  • American institutions touring Norway


     “Our goal is to double the number of American students abroad”, states Dr. Allan Goodman, President and CEO of the U.S. Institute of International Education (IIE). Twelve American universities travelled to Norway in April to discuss possible future cooperation. 

  • Norwegian support leads to capacity building


    Norwegian educational programmes in development countries have positive effects for both individuals as well as for their employers. Most students get work in their own home country and do not leave their region.

  • Statoil offers scholarships and internships to Brazilian students


    Last autumn Norwegian universities and university colleges enrolled around 200 students from the Brazilian scholarship programme Science without Borders (SwB). Norwegian oil and gas company Statoil has funded scholarships for 100 of them and also made 40 internships available.

  • Students choose Norway for quality and safety


    The fact that Norway is a peaceful and safe society is a major factor for foreign students who come here, according to a new survey from SIU.

  • Raving about studies in Norway


    Norway: The country everyone has heard of, but few know much about. With a population of five million in a country larger than the UK, there seems to be room for more Australians. With no tuition fees, beautiful nature, and four-times UN top ranked for highest standard of living in the world, why would you not want to study there

  • Times Higher Education


    The UiT The Arctic University of Norway on "The Times Higher Education 100 under 50" ranking

  • BI

  • Neighbours

  • Semester grants for studies in Norway


    We have spoken to two grant recipients. They say they have benefited greatly from the semester grant that allowed them to study in Norway.

  • And the winner is...


    Inés Poggio Quero (21) from Spain won Study in Norway’s video contest with her film “Changes and Exchanges”.

  • Norway in Motion

  • Study in Norway publications


    Are you on your way to Norway? Prepare your arrival by reading our publications in English and French aimed at foreign students. Publications in other languages are coming soon.

  • A brief guide to living in Norway


    Are you thinking about studying in Norway? Then you need A Brief Guide to Living in Norway.

  • Satisfied students in Norway


    A new survey by Statistics Norway (SSB) shows that nine out of ten Norwegian students are happy with their student life. This applies to students at both large universities and smaller university colleges.

  • Online Masters catalogue


    More than 180 Masters programmes where the language of instruction is English are now available in our online catalogue. Browse by region, institution, subject area or course, or do a free text search.