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Norwegian higher education sector is known for its high academic standards,
innovative teaching methods and close, informal relations between students and

Education in Norway:

It is possible to study interesting
combinations of subjects at Norwegian universities and university colleges.    

A wide range of courses and programs is
available in English for international students.


Student life at most higher education
institutions is very dynamic, and there are a range of social activities on

International students give many reasons as
to why they like studying in Norway: the safe, peaceful, and technologically
advanced society; the magnificent scenery; the opportunity to take part in a
variety of outdoor sports and activities – summer and winter; and the fact that
studying in Norway will enhance their career opportunities, both in Norway and
in other countries.

Top 4 Reasons to Study in Norway: • Education in English for postgraduate degrees. • Amazing Outdoor adventures and the most beautiful places on earth. • Free Education • Safe and free society- open to everyone.

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Institutional Requirements: The required documents for applying are as follows: ● Copies of SSC and HSC or O Level and A level certificates ● Bachelor’s degrees (for postgraduate applicants) ● Two Letters of recommendation (this may be academic or professional) ● Statement of Purpose ● Resume ● Scoresheet of English language test (IELTS/PTE/TOEFL) ● Scoresheet of Norwegian certification (Optional, and recommended). ● Portfolio (if applicable) ● Proof of funds ● Medical tests ● Any other documents stated specifically by the university of choice

Visa Requirements: This process is quite straightforward: you’ll firstly need to register with the Norwegian Directorate of Immigration online, providing details of your correspondence address in Norway, and then go in person to the nearest police station once you arrive, to present the relevant documents showing your basis for residence. You will need to show: • Your passport • Confirmation of admission to an approved educational institution • Private health insurance or European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) • Personal declaration of sufficient funds to support yourself while you study in Norway • You also do not need to apply for a student visa if you fulfill one of the other exemptions to the visa requirement, as listed on the Norwegian Directorate of Immigration (UDI) website. • While some candidates can apply online from within Norway or through a Norwegian embassy, most students will need to hand in a paper application form to their closest Norwegian embassy or consulate. • When you hand in your student residence permit application form, you must also provide your passport, along with other necessary documentation. You’ll need to submit: • A completed application form • Receipt of having paid the application fee (NOK 5,300, which is roughly US$650) • A valid travel document (i.e. passport) • Two recent passport-sized photos with a white background • Evidence of admittance to an approved full-time education program • Evidence of sufficient financial funds for the entire period of study

Pre-departure Checklist Important things to ensure before leaving for Australia: ● Book airline tickets ● Purchase travel and health insurance ● Arrangement of accommodation on arrival to Australia ● Arrangement of transport to home in Australia from the airport ● Check baggage and customs policy Documents that you must have on you before leaving for the airport: ● Passport ● Airline tickets ● Insurance certificates ● Letter of Acceptance (the one sent by the university or college) ● Key addresses and phone numbers ● The bank statement evidencing the required funds ● Prescriptions for any medication you might be carrying ● Cash or traveler’s cheques ● Medical and immunization records ● Past certificates and transcripts evidencing previous education

Educational Requirements: • Completion of secondary education at advanced level, equivalent to passing the exam at the end of Norwegian secondary school. • HSC+ 1 year of University education in Bangladesh • English language proficiency : TOEFL minimum score of 60, IELTS minimum score of 5.0. PTE, TELC are also accepted. • Norwegian language proficiency (B2 level).

Application Procedure:

Available Program: • Bachelor • Masters • PhD Part Time Work Opportunity: 20 Hours per Week Easy Permanent Residency: • 2 Year Education + 1 Year Full Time Work after graduation Button Text: Get a Free Consultation Today! Application Procedure: The academic year normally runs from mid-August to mid-June. December – March: application period for foreign students who want to start the following autumn. 1. Choose the right degree subject in Norway 2. Choose the right Norwegian university 3. General application documents: The list of general application documents is pretty straightforward. A student has to present: An undergraduate/Bachelor's degree or equivalent of at least 3 years of study (it must include courses equal to at least 1/2 years of full-time studies in a subject relevant to the programme you applied for) 4. An English proficiency test

How to Apply

  • 1

    Explore university and course options & Contact the shortlisted institutes for relevant information

  • 2

    Register for and take the requisite entrance exams (IELTS/PTE/GMAT/SAT/GRE, etc.)

  • 3

    Write your Statement of Purpose (SOP) + Acquire the Letters of Recommendation (LOR) + Begin applications

  • 4

    Partake in video/phone interview + Once accepted by an institution, start applying for your visa

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