Tuition Free Universities In Norway
By Scholarshipupdate.com - Sun 27th Jul, 2008 18:05:41 GMT
Norwegian institutions prove to be an ideal study destination. From vocational subjects to postgraduate and doctorate level, there are plenty of opportunities for students to fulfill their ambitions. In general there are no tuition fees at Norwegian public universities and state university colleges. This applies also to international students from any country. In other words Norwegian higher education is absolutely free irrespective of one’s nationality.Scholarships in Norway
Norwegian universities and state university colleges as a rule do not charge tuition fees for international students. However, students are expected to take care of their living expenses like accommodation, feeding, transportation etc . If certain prerequisites are met an international student could be eligible for financial support that can pay for his/her living expenses, through various fellowship programmes, scholarship schemes or student loans. In addition, there are various stipends available offered by private and non-profit organisations.
A link to the list of available financial support to international students wishing to study in Norway is at the Helpful Links below.Application Procedure
Inquiries regarding specific courses/programmes should be directed to the institution(s) concerned. A list of Norwegian higher education institutions, both public and private, can be found at the Helpful Links below.
In order to obtain the neccessary application forms and information about the application deadlines you will have to contact each university or university college. In general the application deadline for foreign students is between January 15 to March 15 for courses starting the following autumn (August).Work In Norway
Students may be allowed to work full time during semester breaks, and allowed to work up to 20 hours per week when program is in session. Certain restrictions do apply.Living Expenses
Living expenses in Norway are considered to be higher than in many other countries. You should expect to have USD 1200 per month for subsistence.Helpful Linkshttp://www.studyinnorway.no/sn/Where-can-I-study/List-of-institutions
List of Norwegian Higher Institutions, search courses and apply.http://www.studyinnorway.no/Tuition-Scholarships/Scholarships
List of some scholarships available for students wishing to study in Norway.
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