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Capital: Oslo
Languages: English, Norwegian
Population :  4,546,123
Currency is Norwegian krone (NOK)

Information about Norway

Norway, officially Kingdom of Norway (Norwegian Kongeriket Norge), constitutional monarchy in northern Europe, occupying the western and northern portions of the Scandinavian Peninsula. It is bounded on the north by the Barents Sea, an arm of the Arctic Ocean, on the northeast by Finland and Russia, on the east by Sweden, on the south by Skagerrak Strait and the North Sea, and on the west by the Atlantic Ocean, which in Norway is also called the Norwegian Sea. The Norwegian coastline extends about 2740 km (about 1700 miles) including all the fjords and offshore islands, the coastline totals about 21,200 km (about 13,200 miles). The passageway between the screen of offshore islands—known locally as the skerry guard—and the mainland, is naturally protected. The country's name, meaning "northern way," reflects its importance in linking the many small fjord and valley communities that are otherwise separated by rugged mountains. Norway has an area of 323,877 sq km (125,050 sq miles).

Studying in Norway

Norway offers you a unique student experience and Norwegian institutions of higher education welcome applications sent by qualified students from all over the world. 
Internationalisation is a priority within all sectors of the Norwegian education system, and universities and university colleges are constantly working to facilitate for international students. Nearly 12 000 foreign nationals are currently enrolled at Norwegian institutions of higher education. International students may apply for admission to a variety of undergraduate and graduate degree programmes. 
Universities in the country carry out cutting edge research in various fields, besides providing academic opportunities. In fact, the emphasis is on research-based education. Also, Norwegian universities do not charge any tuition fees. However, special programs and private and specialized schools do have fees. 

Also, Norway provides a breathtaking sight. Studies can be combined with thrilling outdoor adventures. Aurora Borealis, the midnight sun, fjords, and the mountains provide a beautiful sight. Students can also enjoy skiing, water rafting, and climbing or simply sit back and enjoy the fresh air. Thus, the students can not only pursue quality higher education but also enjoy unique natural experiences.

Reasons to Study in Norway
  • Students don’t have to pay tuition fees at public universities in Norway 
  • With or Without  IELTS/TOEFL
  • 99.95 % Visa Success Rate
  • World-class higher education institutions
  • You can study in English or other important languages like Spanish, German, French or Italian
  • Best Student Environment 
  • Quality education
  • Telephonic Interview with University
  • Good Work Opportunities are available
Cost of Study 

Package is 4 lakhs which include Tuition Fees, Accommodation, material Fees, Visa Approval Charges excluding Air Ticket.

Cost of Living

The cost of living in Norway for an international student inclusive of accommodation, food, travel and utility bills ranges from USD $ 500 – USD $600 approximately.


The application deadline in the country for foreign students is from January 15 to March 15 for the courses beginning the following August. Some institutions can have different pre-qualification deadlines. Generally, the academic year begins in August and runs for 10-11 months.

Working in Norway

A student may work part-time for up to 20 hours per week when a work permit is granted. An application for a work permit should be accompanied by a statement from the institution confirming that the work will not affect the study progress. A letter from the employer stating that the student has a job offer must also be submitted. 

Students are normally allowed to work full time during semester breaks. 

Application Requirements 
  • A copy of your passport.
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  • SOP (Statement Of Purpose)
  • 1 LOR (Letter Of Reference)
  • Academic Certificates
  • Work Experience letters if available
  • Documentation of admission to an approved educational institution with the applicant’s name, institution’s name and course and duration of the program.
  • The course/programme must be full-time and approved for financial support from the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund. This also applies for students who have financing from other sources and do not intend to seek support from the Loan Fund.
  • A plan of study. This gives details of the study program.
  • Documentation of housing.
  • Approved documentation includes a lease copy for a house, an apartment or a room issued by a private person or company. Apartments/rooms provided by the institution's own Student Housing organisation must also be documented with a lease copy.
(loan from the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund or deposits in a Norwegian bank).

As per the Norwegian Immigration Rule you can show this Amount in only two ways -
  • Student open his personal bank account in Norway and deposit  the amount 87500 Norwegian Kronner equivalent to INR 7,50,000 and once the money is deposited the student will get the bank statement from the Norwegian bank. The same has to be attached to embassy student visa application and visa will be granted
  • Another option is student can deposit the same amount in their university welfare association account it belongs to the student university where he /she got the admission.


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