STUDY IN NORWAY
Norway is a small country with big resources. It is a priority to Norwegian authorities to maintain and develop an education system of high quality, which is open to all, regardless of the student’s social and economic background. This also counts for international students. However, beware that Norway is a high cost country, and as an international student you must be able to cover your living costs in Norway during your studies. Norway is a modern society. Equality is a value deeply rooted in the Norwegian society and is rooted in both legislation and tradition. On campus students benefit from high technological standards and services, modern facilities and equipment, as well as innovative teaching. Norway is also seen as a safe society - you can feel secure almost wherever you are.Norwegian society is transparent and well organised. Norwegians enjoy a highly developed welfare state, where education and health services are, to a large extent, free. By many standards Norway is a wealthy country. At the same time Norwegians are modest, and appreciative of a simpler way of life in the company of family and friends.
Despite being a small country Norwegian universities and university colleges deliver quality education which also international exchange and degree seeking students benefit from. Studying in Norway will improve your career possibilities, both at home and abroad. However, chances are high you might be surprised by the informal atmosphere on campus. Teachers are easily approachable, tuition often takes place in small groups and as a student you are encouraged to develop a critical mind. We believe this is the best way to prepare you for the future.