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Study in Norway


Study Abroad in Norway, Abroad & Overseas Study in Norway, Study Abroad & Overseas Education Consultants in Norway. Norway is known as the Kingdom of Norway with 5.3 million inhabitants. Norway citizen and an official language is called Norwegian and official currency is Norwegian Krone. It is bordered with Finland, Denmark, and Russia and it is a part of the Schengen area of The European Union.

Norway has been named as the cheerful, most prosperous and high-income nation in the world. Norway scores always at the top because of the great life it offers to its citizens, much-envied education and health system, high ranking in human development index, highest GDP per capita, flourishing economy, complete freedom and equality and minimal unemployment. The country is abundantly endowed with natural resources besides oil and gas. Norway is also a nation of early adopters of new technology.

Norway is undeniably one of the most stunning countries in the world. Northern lights and midnight sun makes Norway a special and magical place in the world. Oslo is the capital and magnificent cosmopolitan city of Norway and has been regarded as European green capital as well. Oslo is a greener, more inclusive, business-friendly, more creative and a proud city for all its citizens. It features The University of Oslo, oldest university in Norway, Iconic Oslo opera house, impressive The Royal Palace building, noble peace center, Akershus Festning a medieval castle and fortress and the list never stops.

There are other gorgeous cities such as Bergen, Trondheim, Bodø, Stavanger, Tromsø, Kristiansand, Drammen, Fredrikstad, Lillehammer, Narvik boast festivals, carnivals, music and sports events. Cities also have plenty of things to mesmerize quaint towns, jagged mountains, pulpit rock, slipping fishing villages, a chance to hike to glaciers, cruise through fjords, Biking, running, sailing, skiing, and list never ends.

Visitors in great numbers from different parts of the world flock every year in Norway to see tons of jaw-droppingly beautiful places here. Education Norway has hugely advanced and top-notch education system in the world with world-renowned universities. Norway’s public universities and state university colleges provide world-class education without tuition fees for both native and foreign students due to Norway government finances education. Albeit, few degree courses may have fees and private institutions generally do charge tuition fees as per their different study programs.

To keep in mind receiving excellent education with top-ranked universities in Norway without forking out the lot of money definitely captures the attention of prospective students of the world and make Norway a popular study destination. Norwegian education institutions understand the taste and choices of foreign students and therefore provide a great number of high-quality English-taught undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses in a wide range of study area. List of top-ranked universities:

Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB)
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
University of Agder (UiA)
University of Bergen (UiB)
University of Nordland (UiN) 
University of Oslo (UiO)
University of Stavanger (UiS)
University of Tromsø (UiT)
BI - Norwegian Business School 
Molde University College, Specialized University in Logistics (HiMolde)
NHH - Norwegian School of Economics
Norwegian Academy of Music (NMH)
Norwegian School of Sports Sciences (NIH)

Living expenses and Transportation
Living standards are little expensive in Norway but definitely studying in Norway is not that expensive so this makes balance in the monthly budget of the students including accommodation, food, shopping and occasional partying with pals.
Well-developed transport infrastructure can get students anywhere around and outside the the country with the discounted student card.

Post-study visa
Norway does not offer post study visa to international students belonging to countries out of European Union member states after their degree program. International students are therefore advised or must learn the Norwegian language to entice employers with their specialized field of study and expertise in the Norwegian language to offer them employment and this may be a blessing in disguise for you to stay in Norway after completing your studies. Never give up, everything is possible.

Part-time work Full-time study program enrollment in Norway allows international students to work part-time for up to 20 hours per week simultaneously with their studies and full-time work during holidays or semester breaks.

In a Nutshell
Norway being a well-off nation will give you a great chance to make your latent talent felt globally after education in Norway. Creative, efficient, pragmatic, successful and settled will be your ultimate identity.

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