Education in Norway is funded by the government and so students are exempted from fee payment. Students only have to budget for their living expenses which is estimated at about $800 to $1000 per month. Today, I will be providing a list of some tuition free universities in Norway so you can contact them and get more information.
Please find below a list of tuition free universities in Norway:
- Bergen University
- Alesund University
- Bedo Regional University
- Norway’s Information Technology University
- Norwegian School of Management
- Norwegian University of Science And Technology
- Oslo School of Architecture
- University of Oslo
- University of Stavanger
- University of Troms
- Vestfold College
- Volola college
How to apply
Almost all universities in Norway accept online application. You can contact them directly on phone or by email and get more information on how to apply. But before you cantact them, endeavour to have all the admission documents ready as you will be required upload them during the online application process.
For an undergraduate study, you need documents like high school/secondary school result, Valid international passport and a good medical fitness certificate.
And for a postgraduate study, first degree result, transcripts showing all the results and grades, two reference letter, a research proposal, a statement of purpose, a medical fitness certificate and an international passport.
Admission and application deadlines
For most programs in Norway, there’s only one admission period. Submit your application before 1st March for studies beginning in the fall semester (September). A Nordic student can still submit his/her application till 15th April.