Highly developed Norway is increasingly becoming the choice of foreign applicants. The land of fjords and the northern lights is characterized by high levels of prosperity, gender equality and economic stability.
Over the past twenty years, the Norwegian education system has been partially restructured - specialists have systematically expanded the list of educational programs in English. After all, the potential of a developed state is in purposeful and highly qualified professionals, contributing to the rapid growth of the country's rating on the world stage.
Integration of Norway into the international educational system today presents more than 200 English-language master's programs for foreigners. An extensive selection of specialties and disciplines will allow students to choose: management, business administration, economics, biology, art. In this Scandinavian country, there are about 70 universities and colleges for higher education. The high and stable level of the Norwegian economy explains the special interest of foreign students in studying subjects in the fields of business, management, personnel management, finance and innovation.
BI Norwegian Business School , Oslo
The private non-profit Norwegian business school, founded in 1943, is the first business school in Norway to receive the prestigious EQUIS accreditation.
International students can enroll in a business school by completing the Pre-Graduate Pathway (or by submitting first-year university documents in their home country).
According to independent experts:
- 86% of graduate students find a job within 6 months after graduating from a business school;
- 60% of students combine study and work according to their profile;
- 85% of international graduate students are satisfied with their work;
- 7 out of 10 graduates continue to live in Norway after graduation.