Norway

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Study in Norway Number of Universities

10 universities (in total over 40 institutions for higher education)

Number of degree programmes

More than 7,000 different programmes

International courses

More than 250 Master’s programmes and a number of Bachelor’s degrees. All institutions have a large number of courses taught in English. Most PhD programmes are also in English.

Tuition Fee

Norwegian universities and university colleges do not charge tuition fees for international students, but some private institutions do.

Scholarships

Most Norwegian institutions have various bilateral agreements with foreign institutions of higher education.

Living costs

Around S$1,700 – S$2,000 per month.

Work

A student permit in Norway automatically grants a permit to work part-time for up to 20 hours per week. You can work full-time during holidays. Although living costs are high, part time work is relatively well paid and can help cover living costs.

Life after Studies

You are eligible to apply for a residence permit for up to one year in which to seek employment

Info

www.studyinnorway.no/