I want to pursue a master's in English literature and language (linguistic-wise) from Norway. Please help me find my perfect university?

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Kumar XAVIAR

Kumar XAVIAR

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Literature degrees examine the various artistic methods by that people have expressed their emotions, life experiences, and worldviews, facilitating human interaction and revealing past personalities. All written works in a language are covered under literature studies, and graduates can find employment in screenwriting and production, marketing, communications, history, and other fields.

Anyone looking to study abroad for free will find Norway a paradise. Tuition is not charged at public universities. All international students are subject to this policy regardless of their origin. The bar for academic success is very high, and professors are approachable and always willing to go above and beyond for their students.

Literature Master's in Norway
Ibsen Studies
Free
Two years

In-depth knowledge of the works of Henrik Ibsen and their cultural and historical context, as well as extensive training in relevant humanities research methods.
M.A. / Full-time / On Campus
University of Oslo Oslo, Norway

English Literature
Free
Two years

Courses highlight how literature shapes and is shaped by history, its relevance for contemporary issues such as climate change and conflict resolution, and its ability to challenge and refine a reader's ways of thinking.  
Master / Full-time / On Campus
UIT The Arctic University of NorwayTromsø, Norway

English and Literacy Studies
Free
Two years

Focuses on literacy studies in an English-speaking context and includes literary, linguistic, and educational approaches.
Master / Part-time, Full-time / On Campus
University of Stavanger Stavanger, Norway

English
Free
Two years
M.Phil. / Full-time / On Campus
University of BergenBergen, Norway

English
Free
Two years
The Master's program gives oral and written training in assessing and testing different analysis methods. In the literature courses, there will be advanced training in vocabulary, sense of nuances, and stylistic variation. 
Master / Full-time / On Campus
University of AgderKristiansand, Norway

English Acquisition and Multilingualism
Free
Two years

English Acquisition and Multilingualism from UIT, the Arctic University of Norway, is well suited for students interested in studying how English is acquired in first and second-language settings and how the English language is affected by multilingual situations.  
Master / Full-time / On Campus
UIT The Arctic University of NorwayTromsø, Norway

Linguistics
Free
Two years

In the University of Oslo's Linguistics program, you can study similarities and differences in how languages are structured, how they work, and how they vary.
Master / Full-time / On Campus
University of Oslo Oslo, Norway

Hopefully, this will help you a lot. Make sure to check the requirements for every university through the official site. 


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