The level of exigence of Norway’s education system is known worldwide and students look for this destination specially for their postgraduate studies.
International students look often for this destination for their master studies, but you can find some English-taught undergraduate options in this amazing country.
Norway has 9 universities, 8 university colleges and 5 scientific colleges offering state education to both Norwegians and international students.
When students look for Norway as a destination, often they are looking for a postgraduate opportunity. Masters are particularly popular among international students not just because there is a wide variety of English-taught programs but because they feel welcomed and equal to local students.
Norwegian masters have the duration of 2 years and will concede the total of 120 ECTS credits and all students are required to complete an independently researched dissertation to complete this level of study. Combining theory, through lectures and seminars with practice with workshops and tutorials, the Norwegian masters offer the best learning opportunities to the students.
The most common type of masters in Norway will be Master of Science (MSc), Master of Arts (MA), Master of Law (LLM) and Master of Philosophy (MPhil).