Studies and Research

Norway is an exciting country that offers visiting students and researchers unique experiences, both at its universities and in their free time. Read more

The International Summer School (ISS) at The University of Oslo offers intensive Master's and Bachelor's courses over six weeks. They welcome more than 550 students from nearly 100 countries from late June to early August. Read more

The HiOA International Summer School takes place in Oslo in June and July. Students take a full-time, intensive course, take part in an extensive social program and will be accommodated in student housing close to our centrally located campus. Read more

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Living in Norway can be quite expensive. There’s no way of getting around that. That's why the Norwegian savings portal CupoNation has put up a list of five money-saving tips for students headed to the land of Vikings. Read more

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The University of Stavanger (UiS) has approximately 10,100 students and offers a wide range of study and research programs. UiS lies on Norway’s southwest coast and is an urban city surrounded by magnificent and diverse landscapes. Read more

Are you interested in a virtual meeting with Norway’s ambassador to the United States. Ambassador Kåre R. Aas is offering Skype-lectures to groups of students on the following issues: Read more