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Study in Norway Questions

  • Tuition free universities in Norway for students 

  • Recognized Higher education

  • English is the most speaking language 

  • Norway is a wealthy country 

  • Friendly envirnoment 

Norway has one of the highest standards of living in the world. However, when it is about the  education, Norway can pride itself in high quality education, with students not having to pay tuition fees at any level of study, especially Bachelor's

Passport 

Complete application

Admission letter 

Health Insurance 

Declaration of sufficient funds 

Admission applications and its deadlines vary from university to university in Norway. Make sure to fullfill  all the university admission requirements before the deadline.

  • EMBO short term fellowship 

  • Bayer Science and Education foundation Scholarship 

  • UICC scholarship

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Public institutions do not chargefor the tuition fee including international students.

Norway universities provide both options to the international students, in house accommodation or off house. It is Easy, cheap more convenient to go with the in-house university accommodation for the students.

Yes students can do a part time jobs in Norway. they can work 20 hours in a week 

Yes study gap is acceptable if you give a genuine reason.

Norway give the oppertunity to the students to live in the country after completing the degree for a year, so that they can find the job and can enhance their work experience.

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