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Master of Science in Leadership & Organizational Psychology

BI Norwegian Business School

BI Norwegian Business School
Programme website (Opens in new window)
Contact (person and/or unit) MSc Administration
Telephone (+47) 46 41 00 00
Programme duration 2 years
Programme description

The overall objective of the program is to provide students with an up-to-date knowledge base in research related to leadership and organizational psychology, and how it may be applied to the tasks and challenges of management and leadership in the modern organization.

lassical topics such as work motivation, job satisfaction, health and productivity, and leadership will be covered, as well as more contemporary topics such as decision-making, strategic thinking and creativity in organizations.

Application deadline Application deadline for the MSc program is April 15. Rolling admission after this date based on the availability of spaces, untill the program starts (Mid August).
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Formal prerequisites
  • Undergraduate degree in Business Administration or related areas, OR Undergraduate degree with a major in Psychology, Sociology. More detailed admission requirements are available on the website.
  • GMAT
  • Applicants who are not native speakers of English may be required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).
  • Tuition Annual tuition fee external students: NOK 60,800
    Subject area Business Studies/Management Science
    Degree level Master
    City Oslo, Norway
    Credits 120
    Language of teaching English
    Scholarship Other
    Application procedures Master of Science Candidates should submit the following:
  • A completed application form, the blank copy may be downloaded from the MSc website
  • Official university/college transcripts: copies of transcripts and degrees must be certified as true copies and include an official explanation of the grade scale used. All academic records not in English should be accompanied by a certified English translation. If you have not completed your undergraduate education at the time of sending, send in the most recent transcript.
  • An official and original GMAT test score (copies are not accepted) if applicable: Test results of the GMAT should be sent directly to us. The code of the Norwegian School of Management BI is 0529.
  • An application essay. In the application essay you should explain your ambitions/ dreams and how they relate to your choice of the MSc program at our school. This should be 1-2 pages.
  • One passport-size photo
  • Important note: If you need to apply for a residence permit and you're not from an EEA country, bear in mind that this process takes 2-3 months after you've been admitted to the MSc program.

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