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 Tromsø (The Arctic University of Norway) logo
Tuition Fee:
Free
Deadline:
1 December
Duration:
2 years (120 ECTS)

This discipline offers specialization in three different fields of research:Climate dynamicsFusion plasma physicsGeothermal energyIt is recommended that students in this discipline choose their specialization as early as possible. Students are encouraged to complete as many of the recommended optional courses on 2000-level as possible already in the Bachelor's degree. Otherwise, these courses must be taken during the Master's degree, leaving less room for other optional courses on...

University of Oslo logo
Tuition Fee:
Domestic students: 1984 EUR
International students: 6000 EUR
/ year
Deadline:
1 March
Duration:
2 years (120 ECTS)

The European Master in Health Economics and Management (Eu-HEM) offers a unique opportunity for interdisciplinary studies of methods and health economics, management, leadership, health policy, governance and law at European universities.The University of Oslo has developed the Eu-HEM programmme in cooperation with three other leading European universities:Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR), the NetherlandsManagement Centre Innsbruck (MCI), AustriaUniversity of Bologna (UniBo), ItalyEu-HEM...

University of Tromsø (The Arctic University of Norway) logo
Tuition Fee:
Free
Deadline:
1 December
Duration:
2 years (120 ECTS)

The programme begins with providing a general introduction to public health. This part of the programme consists of six courses (60 ECTS) and it is mandatory for students who want to obtain a master??s degree in public health in TromsØ?. In addition to this mandatory part students can choose between three different fields of specialization(each 30 ECTS): International health, Epidemiology and bio-statistics and Health administration. For more detailed information please visit:...

Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration logo
Tuition Fee:
Free
Deadline:
15 February
Duration:
2 years ( ECTS)

The Double Degree programme gives selected students the opportunity to spend the first year of their MSc at NHH, and the second year at one of our selected Double Degree partner universities. After completion of the programme you will be awarded a degree certificate from both NHH and the partner university.A Double Degree is first and foremost for determined and motivated students who wish to challenge themselves academically. You must be enrolled in the MSc programme at NHH to apply for the...

University of Tromsø (The Arctic University of Norway) logo
Tuition Fee:
Free
Deadline:
1 December
Duration:
2 years (120 ECTS)

The Master`s discipline in Molecular environmental biology focuses on the molecular analysis of plants and microorganisms. Research areas cover a broad range of modern research topics ranging from molecular communication within plant cells to functional microbiology and plant/microbe interactions. Students may choose from a variety of different courses applying modern methods of experimental molecular biology and bioinformatics for the study of plant and microbe systems. All courses are...

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

This is a newly established programme ment to fullfill the requirement in the cooperation between Shanghai Jiao Tong University and NTNU concerning a ?«Joint Research Centre?». The research areas of the cooperation are as follows, and implemented in the Master's programme:Energy system analysis and optimizationEnergy use in buildings/Zero emission buildingsSustainable Heat Pumping Processes and SystemsGas technology (LNG technology)

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

Neuroscience is an interdisciplinary research field, including disciplines such as biology, chemistry, mathematics, medicine, philosophy, physics and psychology. Neuroscientific problems and hypotheses are explored in different research groups at NTNU, through studies of humans, animal models and biochemical systems. This is also reflected in the wide range of available master's thesis projects.The international MSc programme in Neuroscience at NTNU is the first of its kind in Norway, and it...

University of Stavanger logo
Tuition Fee:
160 EUR / year
Deadline:
1 March
Duration:
2 years (120 ECTS)

The department of Petroleum Engineering at the University of Stavanger is at the forefront of petroleum engineering and geosciences education worldwide. The MSc programme in Petroleum Geosciences Engineering is uniquely focused on the specific needs of exploration and production of the petroleum industry.The programme has been developed in close collaboration with the oil industry, and qualifies for a broad range of positions within the oil industry, both at operators and in the service...

Diakonhjemmet University College logo
Tuition Fee:
470 EUR / year
Deadline:
15 December
Duration:
2 years (120 ECTS)

Do you want to learn more about our global society, the Christian faith and a professional diaconal practice? This Master's programme provides theological and hermeneutical knowledge, ethical competence, management and leadership skills,research skills, inter-cultural and inter-religious skills,and interdisciplinary working proficiency.

University of Stavanger logo
Tuition Fee:
160 EUR / year
Deadline:
1 March
Duration:
2 years (120 ECTS)

Advances in information technology and computer science during recent years have been tremendous. People's day-to-day lives are increasingly influenced by work at this exciting frontier. A solid foundation in such topics as distributed systems, computer security, semantic technology and integrated services, and image processing allows students to take part in shaping the future development of their field of study.With an MSc in Computer Science, the door is open to some of the most challenging...

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