Norway Study Visa
Why study in Norway:
Norway, having 5 million inhabitants, is located in West-Scandinavia. Its capital is Oslo. Norway has the fourth-highest per capita income in the world. The Norwegian system of higher education comprises 44 institutions, the majority (38) of them being public. The system includes nine broad universities (all public), eight specialized universities (e.g. in arts, music, sports, theology), and 27 university colleges focussing on undergraduate education. In 2016 about four percent of all students at Norwegian higher education institutions were international students. The largest countries of origin are Sweden, China, and the Russian Federation. The University of Oslo achieved 10 out of its 14 top scores in Research and Knowledge Transfer. The Norwegian School of Sport Sciences is among the global top 25 universities performing in U-Multi rank’s 2018 edition in Top-cited Publications, an important indicator measuring the impact of its research.
- High-Quality education.
- Long term perspective.
- It’s easy to start a business.
- It is a safe country.
- Education is top-notch.
- Education is Free in Norway Relieves Some Tension of Students.
- Norway is among countries with the highest standard of Living.
- 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.
- Private health insurance or a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC).
- Personal declaration of sufficient funds to support yourself while you study in Norway.
- Evidence that you will leave Norway when your residence permit expires (usually in the form of a return ticket).
- Completed and signed UDI document checklist, which you should print off and hand in along with your other documents.