Study in Norway


Capital: Oslo
Area: 385,207 Square Kilometers.
Population: 5.2 Million (2017 by Euro Stat)
Currency: Norwegian Kroner (NOK)
Official Languages: Norwegian, Sami and English
Date Format: YYYY-MM-DD
Main Cities: Oslo, Stavanger, Trondheim, Tromso

Are you an ambitious student searching to improve your career possibilities while having time of your life? Then Norway is worth checking out.

Norway is one of the best country in the world to live, work and study. Norway has grown to become a multicultural and diversity country. Oslo is its capital city as well largest city. Norway is the long country located in Northern Europe sharing border with Sweden, Finland and Russia. The total population of Norway is 5.2 million and 33% of the population in Oslo are immigrants or Norwegian born to immigrant parents. Like Sweden and Denmark 32% of population have higher education.

Norway is rated very high for its literacy, educational level, material wealth and public safety. Norway, Denmark, Finland and Sweden invest more and more on public safety in compare to other biggest country.

If you are planning to study in Norway remember that its totally free education country. All the Universities and Colleges are funded by government. None of the student have to pay any tuition fees, No matter if he/she is Norwegian or International Students. The living standard of Norwegian people as well Labor Payment system is one of the best in the world. NOK (Norwegian Kroner) is the currency of Norway where Euro is also widely used.

You may have a question that how many hours international students can work and how much they pay for International Students. An international student can work 20 hours a week. International Student hopes to earn 3,500 USD per month. Be-aware that while renewing the study permit, the part-time work is not automatically renewed.

I.E.L.T.S: Mandatory

Intake: February and September
Fees (NPRs): Free Education (Have to pay consultancy fees)
Scholarships: Free Education Provider.
Best Courses: Technical Field, Business and Engineering
Fund: Around 18 lacs
Visa Decisions: 5 – 6 weeks
Embassy Interview: Yes (Must be prepared, may ask any sorts of question)
Biometric: Yes
Travel to India: No

University and Colleges in Norway

University of Oslo
University of Bergen
Nord University
University of Tromso
Norwegian University of Life Sciences
University of Stavanger
University of Agder
University of South-Eastern Norway
Østfold University College
Volda University College
Molde University College
NLA University College
Norwegian Institute of Technology
Sámi University College
Nesna University College
American College of Norway
Rudolf Steiner University College
Aalesund University College

Facts about Norway:

  • NOK (Norwegian Kroner) is the monetary unit.
  • Galdhopiggen is a highest peak which 2469 meters above sea.
  • Lærdal Tunnel is the world’s longest road tunnel which is 15 miles. (24.5 km).
  • The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded in Norway by Norwegian Committee.
  • Norway was one of the founding nations of the United Nations in 1945, Norwegian Foreign Minister Trygve Lie was the first U.N Secretary General.
  • The paper clip is the Norwegian Invention.
  • Sweden is so good at recycling, now they have shortage of garbage to recycle and now Sweden imports garbage from Norway to fuel its energy programs.