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Engg & Management In Norway

Engg & Management In Norway

Capital: Oslo
Largest City: Molde
Official Language: Norwegian
Currency: Norwegian Krone
Climate: Marine climate (mild winter and cool summer)

Norway offers free tuition fee education at public universities irrespective of your country of origin. It is ranked high for its literacy rate and educational standards. They offer plenty of vocational, graduation, and post-graduation degree programs in the English language. It’s fascinating that they follow a 200-year-old Norwegian education system that is highly flexible. Teachers here follow an informal way of teaching that takes place in small groups. Teachers are easily approachable and you can benefit greatly from their mentorship.

Owing to its phenomenal fjords, lakes, and magical skies, Norway is known as the Land of the Midnight Sun. The beautiful Nordic country has one of the best education systems in the world that teaches you the best of the Scandinavian leadership model firsthand. The country also ranks among the safest and happiest nations in the world with a number one rank in productivity.

To get a full grasp of educational programs, visa processing, and accommodation in Norway; consult Apex International Consultancy.

Mechanical Engineering Programs

  • Automotive Engineering
  • General Mechanical Engineering
  • Computational Mechanical Engineering
  • Automation & IT
  • Mechatronics Engineering
  • Technical Management
  • Computation Engineering
  • Global Production Engineering
  • International Technology Transfer Management

Electrical & Electronics Engineering Programs

  • Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Microsystems
  • Control & Information systems
  • Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  • Communication & Signal Processing
  • Information & communication systems
  • Scientific Instrumentation
  • Microelectronics & Microsystems

Computer Science programs

  • Computer Science
  • Data Knowledge Management
  • Software Engineering & Management
  • Computer Science & Communication Engineering
  • Software Engineering
  • Information Systems
  • Computer Science (SAP)
  • Information Technology

Chemical Engineering Programs

  • Process Engineering & Energy Technology
  • Water Resources Engineering and Management
  • Water Science
  • Material Science
  • Chemical Engineering & Process Systems
  • Polymer Material Science
  • Chemical & Process Engineering

Management Programs

  • International Management
  • International Business & Mgmnt
  • Transport Management
  • International Business
  • MBA & Engineering
  • International Marketing
  • MS in Economics
  • MS in Quantitative Economics
  • International finance Global Mgmnt
  • MBA Aviation Management


With over 15,000 foreign nationals enrolled at universities in Norway, diversity is one of the core strengths of the highly respected Norwegian educational system.

Admission and studying

In Norway, courses usually start from August. Universities set their application deadlines between December 1 (the previous year) and March 15, although some schools may have “pre-qualification” deadlines. If you want to come to Norway for your degree, do your research early to make sure you don’t miss application dates. Academic and formal admission requirements are set by the universities. If you plan to apply for a Master’s degree in Norway, you may have to show that your previous academic education includes courses that amount to at least one-and-a-half years of studies in a related subject.

How much does it cost to study in Norway

Public universities in Norway do generally not charge tuition fees. There are fees to join the student association, which also pays for the exams at the end of the semester. But that won’t set you back more than 600 NOK (around 60 euros). Also, these fees also ring with them many benefits such as on-campus health services, counselling, access to sports facilities, as well as reduced prices for public transport and cultural activities. Private universities, not being funded by the state, do reserve the right to charge tuition fees – often as high as in other countries in Europe. But international students will never pay more than Norwegian-born students.

What is the cost of living in Norway

But while you can study in Norway tuition-free, that does not mean that life as a student comes cheap in this Scandinavian country. In fact, when it comes to the cost of living, Norway is among the most expensive countries in Europe – and that might far offset the money saved on tuition.


Aside from the quality of its education, Norway offers a unique experience for nature lovers. You are never far from the coast with its impressive fjords; never far from awe-inspiring climbing or skiing hot spots; and you get to experience the midnight sun in the summer, and exciting snowy winters.

Universities in Norway

  • Bergen Academy of Art and Design Bergen University College
  • BI Norwegian Business School Hedmark University of Applied Sciences Lillehammer University College
  • Molde University College – Specialized University in Logistics NHH – Norwegian School of Economics
  • NLA University College Nord University
  • Norwegian Academy of Music Norwegian University of Life Sciences
  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  • Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences stfold University College
  • The Oslo School of Architecture and Design University College of Southeast Norway University of Agder
  • University of Bergen University of Oslo University of Stavanger
  • University of Troms The Arctic University of Norway