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About Education in Norway
Norway is one of the three Scandinavian countries in North Europe. Country’s population is at around 5.2 million. It shares a long border with Sweden on the east and with Finland and Russia in the northeast. Oslo is the capital city of Norway. Country’s international dialing code is 47, and the local time difference with Turkey is 1 hour.
Norway has seven accredited universities, nine accredited specialized university institutions, 22 accredited university colleges, two accredited national colleges of the arts, and several private institutions of higher education with either institutional- or program accreditation.
Since 2003 Norway has been following the objectives of the Bologna Process in European higher education. Most of the elements have been implemented through the Quality Reform. Central to the reform has been an implementation of a 3 + 2 + 3-degree system with a Bachelor's, Masters, and Ph.D. structure following the European standards.
The academic year usually runs from mid-August to mid-June. Institutes follow ECTS credit standards, and the full-time workload for one academic year is 60 ECTS credits.
Admission requirements and Tuition fees:
In general, the application deadline for international students is between December 1 to March 15 for courses starting the following autumn. Some institutions may have separate pre-qualification deadlines that are earlier than this.
To apply undergraduate programs(For students from Turkey);
- English proficiency (min. IELTS 5.5 or equivalent),
- Completion of secondary education at an advanced level (High school diploma),
- At least one year of completed studies at the university level.
Admission requirements for master programs are decided by each university and university college based on an academic evaluation of the applicants.
- Completion of undergraduate/Bachelor's degree or the equivalent of at least three years' duration,
- To have studied relevant courses of the chosen degree for one and a half year during the undergraduate studies.
- English proficiency (min. IELTS 6.5 or equivalent).
For the master's degree courses, application for accreditation to NOKUT is necessary.
There are national programs that offer scholarships and other types of funding for international students wishing to study in Norway. It is recommended to consult about the scholarship opportunities to the authorized in the university.
Generally, state universities and university colleges do not require tuition fees. A semester fee of approximately 60 € is paid at the beginning of each semester. The aforementioned cases do not concern the private institutes. Also may apply tuition fees for state universities and university colleges for a few specialized programs. These programs are mostly at the Masters level.
Some of the Popular Higher Education Institutes:
Cost of living(monthly):
Housing: 320 €
Food: 350 €
Books etc.: 110 €
Public transport: 70 €
Other expenses: 260 €
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Telephone: +90 312 431 78 96
Mobile: + 90 505 287 30 20
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