Why study in Norway ?
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Whether it is a course in civil engineering or marine engineering or also environmental engineering, students will be pleased to know that there is a Norwegian university that offers a course in that field of study. There are courses that help students to specialize in certain aspects that are covered as an overall subject elsewhere Despite being a small country Norwegian universities and university colleges deliver quality education which also international exchange and degree seeking students benefit from. Non-EU/EEA students can work 20 hours pr week during their first year of study. Beware that when renewing the study permit the part-time work permit is not automatically renewed. To renew the work permit the students have to document satisfactory progress in their studies. Please consult your institution.
Private universities charge tuition fees, and they vary between:
7,000 – 9,000 EUR/year for Bachelor’s programmes
9,000 – 19,000 EUR/year for Master’s programmes costs of living you can expect to pay in cities like:
Oslo: 1,200 – 2,000 EUR
Bergen: 1,100 – 1,800 EUR
Tromso and Trondheim: 1,000 – 1,600 EUR