Scholarships 2023 in Norway

Scholarships 2023 in Norway

Gateway to Norway is now open. Study in Norway on scholarship. Apply for Scholarships in Norway for 2023 Norway scholarships for international students are now available. This post is only for Bachelors and Masters. Admissions for Intake 2023 in Norway have started and will continue until 1 December 2022 for most universities. Norway allows international students to study for free. Studying in Norway has many advantages. All international applicants from all over the world are eligible to apply for fully funded scholarships in Norway. In this post, the pros, cons and application process for Norway scholarships.Scholarships 2023 in Norway

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The Norwegian government has increased the number of Norwegian universities and university colleges offering Masters and Bachelor programs where the language of instruction is English. Free education in all public sector universities. High visa ratio (almost exclusive visa). No application fee. High quality education and easiest admission/application process. There are currently over 200 programs available. Full details and application process for scholarships in Norway for 2023 are available below.

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Details about scholarships in Norway for 2023

Scholarship Country: Norway
Degree Level: Bachelors, Masters, Ph.D
Financial coverage: Funded
Last date: 1 December 2023

 

Advantages of Studying in Norway

Free education in all public sector universities
High visa ratio (almost exclusive visa)
Wide range of courses available in English
No application fee.
High quality education
Easiest admission/application process
Part time work is allowed.
Minimal language barrier

Disadvantages of Studying in Norway

The Minister of Education in Norway announced: From 2023, all universities must collect student tuition for all students from outside the EU or EEA countries.

There are not as many universities to choose from as in other countries.
High competition due to free education and huge number of applications worldwide
In case of a blocked account the university has to send around NOK 130,000.
Sometimes harsh weather
An unnatural day/night routine in summer and winter if you live in the upper north.

Application and admission process in Norway

Note that applications and admissions to higher education in Norway are handled by each institution, and different institutions may have different requirements and deadlines. You will find the application process and the deadline for admission to Norway.

Below you will find the essential list of universities in Norway that offer bachelor’s and master’s programs.

Where you can study in Norway

You can find higher education institutions all over Norway. And then you can read more information about each course.

List of tuition-free universities in Norway

University of Tromsø (UiT)
University of Stavanger (UiS)
University of Oslo (UiO)
University of Agder (UiA)
University Center in Svalbard
Stord/Haugheysand University College
Østfold University College
Oslo School of Architecture and Design
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Norwegian School of Veterinary Science
Norwegian School of Sport Sciences
NLA University College
Knysna University College
Narok University College
Bergen Academy of Art and Design, Norway
Mold University College – University specializing in logistics
MF Norwegian School of Theology
Lillehammer University College
Headmark University of Applied Science
Arctic University of Norway
BI Norwegian Business School
Bergen University College
University of Bergen
Nordland University
Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Can you apply to Norway without IELTS?

There is no language proficiency like TOEFL, IELTS is required if the previous degree of education was taught in an English medium university/college.

Students who have completed their previous education at an English-language institution can meet the study requirements without IELTS.
Students as proof that their previous education was in English medium.

Countries that are exempt from IELTS.

Gambia

General Certificate of Education O Level
West African Examinations Council Senior School Certificate
General Sir

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