Study programs in Norway

The system of higher education in Norway includes a wide range of universities, colleges and private schools, which are controlled by the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research. According to Bologna process, country`s national higher education system is divided into bachelor's, master's and doctoral programs.

Study programs in Norway

Those who want to choose bachelor programs in Norway have to meet several basic requirements: prospective students heve to complete secondary education at advanced level and successfully pass the final exams. Students from some country have to finish at least one year of university program before applying for bachelor's programs in Norway. Bachelor programs in Norway take 3 years and available in Norwegian and in English language.

There are many master programs in Norway which are available in English and open for internation applicants with Bachelor's degree. Prospective students have to provide their university transcripts as well as letters of recommendation and motivation letter. International students may apply for several scholarships which are provided by the state of by universities themselves. More scholarships are available for doctoral and postdoctoral students.

Norwegian high schools offer study programs in various fields, including technical and humanitarian specializations. But Norway is especially famous for its bachelor and master degrees in Engineering &Technology, Natural Sciences, Humanities &Art.

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Bergen University College logo
Tuition Fee:
Free
Deadline:
1 December
Duration:
2 years (120 ECTS)

The Master in Education focuses on the activity of teaching and the facilitation of bildung as the fundamental professional responsibility of educators. It is a profession-based education and its foundation is a bachelor degree in teacher education, including at least 60 ECTS in the specialization discipline.The master's programme is a 2-year full-time study. Students in the programme choose a discipline for specialization and in-depth study. The disciplines offered are English Didactics,...

University of Oslo logo
Tuition Fee:
Domestic students: 100 EUR
International students: 6000 EUR
/ year
Deadline:
1 December
Duration:
2 years (120 ECTS)

In this programme, students are trained to gain the systematic and taxonomic expertise needed in our society to be able to take action against loss of biodiversity.

Norwegian University of Science and Technology logo
Tuition Fee:
Free
Deadline:
1 December
Duration:
2 years (120 ECTS)

This is an international program primarily focused on the complex interdependencies between people, institutions and the built environment in pursuit of equity, efficiency and sustainability. Consequently, the program is based on the following main theoretical domains:??? Understandings of resilience as used among humanitarian aid agencies and thinktanks??? Livelihoods and entitlements approach to understanding poverty??? Concepts of territorialism and a focus on neighbourhoods as the scale of...

University of Tromsø (The Arctic University of Norway) logo
Tuition Fee:
Free
Deadline:
1 December
Duration:
1 years (90 ECTS)

The research community in TromsØ? is a world leader in marine Arctic issues, including natural sciences, history, political science and law. In addition to the University of TromsØ?, the Norwegian Polar Institute is situated in TromsØ?. The objective of the LL.M. programme is to introduce the students to such perspectives enabling them to improve their ability to understand the function of the law and learn to interpret it. For more detailed information please...

Bergen Academy of Art and Design logo
Tuition Fee:
Free
Deadline:
1 February
Duration:
2 years (120 ECTS)

The Master of Fine Arts programme is designed to provide artistic skills and knowledge of methods and theory that will prepare students for working with art at an advanced level. The Master's programme enhances students artistic insight and competence and cultivates their understanding of diverse strategies in artistic research and development. In their work on their Master's projects, students apply disparate artistic methods and techniques in an independent and reflective manner as they...

BI Norwegian Business School logo
Tuition Fee:
9450 EUR / year
Deadline:
1 March
Duration:
2 years (120 ECTS)

The Master of Science in Business aims to build a broad platform to stand on. It combines a concentration area or "major" with electives from other fields or a "minor". The MSc thesis is written in the major area. This combination enables the candidates to pursue individual interests in a particular field while simultaneously covering other fields.The following majors are available: Economics, Finance, International Business, Strategy, Marketing, Leadership and Change, Logistics and Business...

University of Bergen logo
Tuition Fee:
Free
Deadline:
1 December
Duration:
2 years (120 ECTS)

The aim of the master's programme in English is to improve your skills, knowledge and insight in English studies in general, and in your area of specialisation (linguistics, literary or cultural studies) in particular.The programme will develop a critical and independent attitude in you as a student through theoretical and methodological teaching, as well as further developing your written and oral skills in the English language. In order to reach these goals, you will need to work...

Østfold University College logo
Tuition Fee:
Free
Deadline:
1 March
Duration:
3 years (180 ECTS)

The study programme aims to educate scenographers who are capable of developing concepts for use in various forms of theatre art ranging from productions at large theatres to projects involving experimental space and time-based forms of expression. The focus is strongly on developing the students' ability to communicate precisely using drawings, models and digital media. Collaboration with the students on the acting programme is an important part of the course. The target group for this degree...

Norwegian State Academy of Music logo
Tuition Fee:
Free
Deadline:
15 December
Duration:
2 years (120 ECTS)

The student on the postgraduate composition programme will be concentrating on developing her individuality as a composer. The applicant for this programme will be evaluated on her composing and artistic potential, and will have to demonstrate the ability to express herself with artistic perspective in her work.

University of Stavanger logo
Tuition Fee:
Free
Duration:
36 months ( ECTS)

Description Advertisement The PhD programme in Risk Management and Societal Safety is a cross-faculty cooperation between the Faculty of Science and Technology and the Faculty of Social Science. The area covers a broad risk perspective with focus on risk management in projects and companies, as well as general structures and societal safety. The programme makes use of technical, economic, financial and social science approaches in order to give a holistic approach to risk in complex...

Norwegian University of Science and Technology logo
Tuition Fee:
Free
Deadline:
15 January
Duration:
2 years (120 ECTS)

If you want to sharpen your knowledge about aquatic food production and contribute to a more sustainable food value chain, AQFood is for you!The Nordic Master AQFood is a unique education for the aquatic food sector linking advanced aquatic food production, processing and distribution with issues of importance for tomorrow's consumers, industry and society.The demand for aquatic food worldwide is increasing drastically and at the same time there is a pressure for more efficient production and...

University of Stavanger logo
Tuition Fee:
Free
Duration:
36 months ( ECTS)

Description Advertisement The Faculty of Science and Technology at UiS offers a PhD programme in Information Technology with focus on signal and image processing, code theory, Internet security issues and e-commerce systems. This involves data engineering with activities in technology development for the new, open and globally distributed information structure. Candidates will study fundamental theory and methods, short-term practical applications and also more long-term experimental...

University of Oslo logo
Tuition Fee:
Free
Deadline:
1 December
Duration:
2 years (120 ECTS)

The Master's programme deals with the development and diversity of species, the relationship between organisms and their environment, and processes in populations and ecosystems. This programme has Three programme options: Ecology and EvolutionMarine Biology and LimnologyToxicology (Fall admission only. Not available for non-EU/EEA/Swiss/Nordic applicants)

University of Bergen logo
Tuition Fee:
Free
Deadline:
1 December
Duration:
2 years (120 ECTS)

On completion of the programme, you will have substantial founded knowledge and skills in informatics. You will have obtained a thorough introduction to scientific work methods and training in self-contained work doing extensive and demanding technical tasks. You will have developed special skills within a research field, and a good overview of other research fields.Within the Master??s Programme in Informatics you can choose among the following specialisations:AlgorithmsBioinformatics...

Nord University (University of Nordland) logo
Tuition Fee:
Free
Deadline:
1 February
Duration:
2 years (120 ECTS)

The main purpose of the program is to give the students understanding and knowledge related to the broad aspect of making business from a sustainability perspective. Particularly, the program is related to opportunities and challenges organizations experience in respect to handling societal, environmental and climatic changes as well as interests of different stakeholders in the contemporary society. Sustainable management of resources in the High North is of high importance and in the light...

University of Oslo logo
Tuition Fee:
Free
Deadline:
1 December
Duration:
2 years (120 ECTS)

What are the main challenges in creating sustainable development? How can interdisciplinarity be a means to greater understanding of the complexities related to these challenges?These are the overall issues taught and debated throughout the master's degree in Culture, Environment and Sustainability.

Most Popular Programs in Norway

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Bachelor Programs in Norway

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  • Bachelor in scenography
    The study programme aims to educate scenographers who are capable of developing concepts for use in various forms of...

  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Biology
    This study programme provides basic knowledge in biological topics including ecology, evolution, biodiversity, botany,...

  • Bachelor in acting
    The aim of the programme is to train performers who can portray characters through conscious use of body, voice and...

  • International Teacher Education for Primary Schools (ITEPS)
    If you have a passion to teach and are open to new cultures, teaching in an international context may suit you. The...

  • Games and Entertainment
    In this study program you will learn to design video games and other digital products for entertainment and learning....

  • Circumpolar Studies
    Do you want to learn more about the environment and sustainability in the High North? Are you interested in indigenous...

  • Film and TV production
    Do you want to be a part of Tomorrows Film and TV Industry - today? Learning every technique and aspect of...

  • 3D Art Animation and VFX
    Are you interested in 3D, animation or visual effects for film and TV? In this bachelor you will get insight in both...

  • Animal Science - Joint Bachelor
    Start your veterinary studies at Nord University in Bod and continue your studies at the University of Veterinary...

  • English
    In an age where English is emerging as the common, global language for science, society and cultural exchange, English...

Master Programs in Norway

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PhD Programs in Norway

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