Scandinavians are very strong in terms of education. They have a free education system. But for the foreigner students, just a small amount is to be paid to the student union. For the International students housing and other facilities are also provided on cheap rate by the universities for their convenience.
Norway is one of them. It has a highest level of GDP per capita. It has a modern research system as well. It has four topper universities on the world’s academic chart such as, The University of Oslo, The University of Tromso, The University of Bergen & the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. It has seven general and nine specialized universities along with a number of private higher education colleges and institutes.
Norway attracts a lot of nature worshippers for its immense beauty and the wintery sports scenes. Norway allures many visitors because of its beauteous fjords and steeping hills. It is a great contributor to Arts and Culture as well. Norway is the best option for the winter lovers but not even a bad idea for the summer seekers. The coldest, rather wettest month is August in Norway.
It is one of the pioneers of the Bologna Process, whose goal is to make Europe best place to seek education. Norway is determined to make its country to seek knowledge and thus encourages foreigners to study over there. It has more than two hundred and five masters programs as well as many undergraduate programs while having more than 12000 outdoor students seeking knowledge to the last count. All of its programs are taught in English. The process of getting admission at your required university is very simple, you just need to go to Norway’s web portal and apply online in no time.
European students do not require a vise to travel and study there while for others visa requirements with common laws are applied like other countries. Although earning a visa to study in Norway is a little difficult but it is not impossible with zero chances of any mishap. Norway is also a safe country to travel as compared to other European countries.
Erasmus Mundus Scholarships for Developing Countries
Study in: European Countries
Course starts Aug-Sept 2013
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Quota Scholarships in Norway for Developing Countries
Study in: Norway
Next course starts 2013