Expand your possibilities.
Study in Norway.
Exchange studies in Norway?
Break out of your habits for a semester or two. Read more about exchange possibilities.
A bachelor's or master's degree in Norway?
Scholarships and part-time work.
The Norwegian government offers no individual scholarships open to all international students. Read more about scholarships and part-time work.
Will Norway be a match?
If you answer a loud and clear YES to these questions, you are ready to become a student in Norway.
- Do you enjoy academic discussions in English?
- Are you ready to support yourself by funds or working part time?
- Are you ready for a Norwegian adventure away from your friends and family?
Are there tuition fees in Norway?
There are tuition fees for degree students from countries outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland. Click here for more information.
What about work?
You will become an even more interesting employee after having studied in Norway. If you would like to stay in Norway, you can stay for a year after finishing your studies to look for relevant work. Many students also hold part time jobs while studying – but remember you are first and foremost a full time student. Read more about rules and regulations regarding studies and work.
Why study in Norway?
As a student in Norway you will experience superb teaching facilities, endless career opportunities, a modern society and stunning nature. What more can you wish for? Read more about why Norway should be your next study destination.
To give refugees access to higher education, the Norwegian government has granted additional funding to universities and university colleges with campuses all over Norway. Find information about admission requirements and how to apply.