Education in Norway

There are just over two dozen colleges and universities in Norway, all of which provide students from across the globe with the opportunities to pursue graduate and undergraduate studies at the highest academic level. In contrast to the majority of higher-education institutions in the United States, the cost of studying in Norway is fairly cheap and, unlike many other European countries, universities do not charge tuition fees to non-EU citizens. As the cost of college rises in the US, many students have begun to look across the Atlantic for programs with a level of quality equal to that of American universities, but with reduced financial strain, and Norway can offer both. Furthermore, many Norwegian universities offer programs in English, so proficiency in the Norwegian language is not a requirement.


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Information about scholarships can be found on our website here, with updates and reminders posted regularly on NORAM’s Facebook page.