3 Cheapest Universities in Norway for International Students

By | August 26, 2013

The most popular place for acquiring high graded quality education is called Norway. A lot of international students go Norway for their education because of cheap education expense along with high quality. It has been seen that there are a large number of universities that do not charge a single penny tuition fee from international students. Following are some of the cheapest universities in Norway for international students

  1. University of Agder:

    University of Agder

    University of Agder

University of Agder is located in Norway. It is a public sector university. It was established in 1994. It is one of the cheapest universities in Norway for international students. The university got its status in year 2007. It consists of six different colleges. There are 8,400 undergraduates studying here and about 1,100 postgraduate students. The university has the best departments dealing with different educational fields. The university is committed to quality and excellence.

Departments:

University of Agder consists of the following departments

  • Faculty of engineering
  • Faculty of science
  • Teacher Education
  • Faculty of economics
  • Faculty of fine arts

Tuition Fee:

There is no tuition fee at University of Agder for international students. However, it has been seen that the international students are required to prove that they can support themselves throughout their stay. This tuition fee offer does not cover up the buying of text books.

  1. University of Bergen:

    University of Bergen

    University of Bergen

University of Bergen is located in Bergen, Norway. University of Bergen is a public university. It was established in 1946. It is one of the top and cheapest universities in Norway. There are about 14,500 students studying various different programs here. The university has been found affiliated by various different educational organizations present in world. According to the ranking of world the University of Bergen is at number 135th. The quality of education provided by this university has ranked it among the out class top universities in the world.

Departments:

There are six different departments present at University of Bergen

  • Faculty of Medieval Studies
  • Faculty of humanities
  • Faculty of research
  • Faculty of history
  • Faculty of linguistics
  • Faculty of philosophy

Tuition fee:

There is no tuition fee at University of Bergen for international students. Students are required to pay just NOK 480 at the start of first year. Textbooks are not included in tuition fee.

  1. University of Oslo:

    University of Oslo

    University of Oslo

University of Oslo is present in the capital city Oslo, Norway. It was established in 1811. It is the oldest university in Norway. It has been listed among the prestigious institutes of Northern Europe. It is one of the cheapest universities in Norway. The quality of education provided here has granted it the rank number 67th best university. There are about 27,000 students enrolled here. The university is based on a public sector system. The university has five different Nobel Prize winners.

Departments:

University of Oslo consists of the following different educational departments

  • Department of Law
  • Department of medicine
  • Department of Humanities
  • Department of social sciences
  • Department of engineering
  • Department of dentistry

Tuition Fee:

There is no tuition fee for international students at University of Oslo. The students are required to pay NOK 550 at the start of first year. Text books expense is not included in this tuition fee offer.

 

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5 thoughts on “3 Cheapest Universities in Norway for International Students

  1. Nelson Greenwoods

    university of oslo is not tuition free. for medicine, law, environmental studies, geology, pharmaceuticals, philosophy, physics, nutrition, music etc there is tuition fees for international students.

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  2. Joseph Oluwaleke Isaac

    what is the requirement for communication student in the university of Oslo?

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