How I can do my MBA in Norway or what it cost?

Asked by Ankit Nagar about 2 years ago

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Aman Soren

Aman Soren

MentR-Me Team

Country Expert : Canada

The growth opportunities in terms of career are enhancing daily, making MBA in Norway an attractive option for international students. Another essential factor to study MBA in Norway is that the Norwegian universities offer education at very minimal and affordable prices.

It is advantageous to have completed the admission intakes for all those hoping to enroll in Norway's prestigious universities. The academic year begins at the end of August and lasts through June for most courses.

The cost of an MBA program in Norway
Norway works to give its children the best possible education at the lowest cost. Regardless of nationality, students can receive free education at public universities. Despite this, students must pay a small fee or taxes that range from NOK 300 to 600. (INR 2,500-5,000). On the other hand, your anticipated tuition charge would be approximately if you were to enroll in a private university (INR 25,00,000- 30,00,000). However, the amount you'll spend on living expenses in the nation will depend on the city and the kind of house you choose and can reach NOK 20,000 (INR 1,60,000).

Conditions for Eligibility
10+2 primary education from an accredited institution
An applicant must hold a bachelor's degree or equivalent in any topic requiring at least three years of study.
The results of any English language competency test must be submitted. Acceptable tests include PTE, IELTS, and TOEFL.
A recognized portfolio of your work, a Letter of Recommendation (LOR), and a Statement of Purpose are frequently required by Norwegian universities (SOP).
Additionally, you'll have to provide documentation of your prior academic work.

Norway's top business schools:

  1. Bi Norwegian Business School\
  2. NHH Norwegian School of Economics
  3. The Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  4. UiS Business School
  5. University of Agder

Work Permit in Norway
It would help if you first got a residency visa to hunt for employment while studying for an MBA or any other program in Norway. Furthermore, you ought to already be employed elsewhere in Norway.

The following are some of the prerequisites you must meet to apply for a work permit in Norway:

  • Qualifications and Requirements for Education
  • Conditions for Employment
  • Additional requirements and paperwork include a current passport, a filled-out visa application form, two recent passport photos, information about your qualifications and curriculum vitae, and evidence of your employment offer and remuneration.

I hope this answer will give you an insight into MBA in Norway. If you're still looking for another solution, please let me know.  


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