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Quick facts

  • Population - 5,295,719
  • Capital - Oslo
  • Language - Norwegian, Sami
  • GDP - $82,711 [per capita]
  • Currency - Norwegian krone(NOK)

Why Norway?

Norway has one of the highest standards of living in the world, which means that it is also one of the most expensive countries out there. However, when it comes to education, Norway can pride itself in high quality, with students not having to pay tuition fees at any level, especially Bachelor's. The real reason you should study in Norway is to understand why this small country is number 1 in productivity per worker, with almost 50% more gross domestic product per hour than the UK. Studying in Norway will give you a full grasp of the Scandinavian leadership model. You will understand how the inherent Norwegian mentality for equality and a flat hierarchy provide such an effective work force, by experiencing it firsthand. Norway is a world leader in industries such as oil and gas, oil and gas services, renewable energy, shipping, telecommunications, high-tech products and fish farming. If you are planning a career in any of the aforementioned industries, studying in Norway and at BI will provide you with a huge advantage.

Higher Education in Norway

Norway currently has 9 universities, 8 university colleges and 5 scientific colleges owned by the state. Norway also has a large number of private higher education institutions receiving public funding. The Norwegian system of higher education comprises all the institutions and/or programmes that are accredited. With the exception of some private university colleges, all higher education institutions are state-run. Since 2003 Norway has been following the objectives of the Bologna process in the European higher education. Central has been implementation of a 3 + 2 + 3 degree system with a Bachelor's, Masters and PhD. structure following the European standards. With the introduction of the new degree system it has become easier for international students who complete all, or part of their education in Norway, to obtain recognition for their qualifications in other countries. Receiving international students, either as a part of an exchange agreement or students seeking a full degree, is considered both an asset for the institution itself, and a tool for increasing the quality of the Norwegian institutions and education. A wide variety of courses and study programmes are thaught in English.


  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a minimum score of 500 for a paper-based test, a score of at least 170 for a computer-based test or minimum 60 for an internet-based test
  • International English Language Testing Service (IELTS) with a minimum score of 5.0
  • Advanced Placement International English Language examination (APIEL) with a minimum score of 3
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