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Study in Norway
« on: October 28, 2020, 11:33:03 AM »
Study in Norway

A Scandinavian country, Norway is well developed and forward thinking. Known for its Viking ancestors, Norway has a long and fascinating history. With beautiful fjords, the famous Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) and a great reputation for research, Norway is perfect for any international student.

Why Study in Norway?

A progressive country, Norway strives to provide students with high quality education. There are three types of public higher education institution in Norway. These are universities, university colleges and specialist university colleges. There are also many private higher education institutions. The Norwegian education system follows the Bologna Process, meaning that you can gain a bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree.

There are 4 of Norway’s universities in the 2019 QS World University Rankings top 500. The highest ranked is the University of Oslo, which is placed at 135th. The next highest ranked is the University of Bergen, which is placed at 171st.

Couple the fantastic quality of universities in Norway with the gorgeous scenery and high standards of living, and you have a great study environment.

About Norway.

Officially the Kingdom of Norway, the country is located in Northwestern Europe. It is home to over 5.3 million people, and this population is incredibly diverse. As well as the mainland area of Norway, the Kingdom also includes the island of Jan Mayen and the archipelago of Svalbard. Norway shares land borders with Sweden, Finland and Russia, and has a vast coastline. Due Norway’s proximity to the Gulf Stream, it benefits from a mild climate.

Despite not being a member state, Norway maintains a close relationship with the European Union. It was also a founding member of the United Nations, NATO and the Council of Europe, as well as being part of the European Economic Area and the Schengen Area. Outside of the Middle East, Norway is the world’s largest producer of oil and natural gas. Other prominent sectors include lumber, seafood and minerals.