Study in Norway Cost
Most higher education institutions in Norway are funded by the Ministry of Education and Research, and therefore don’t charge any tuition fees. There are 43 state-run institutions and 34 private institutions; more than 85% of students attend one of the former. Private institutions are still, generally speaking, cheaper than their UK and European counterparts when it comes to course fees for international students. Most private institutions in Norway charge the same amount of tuition fees to both Norwegian and international students. The average tuition fees range between approximately (EUR)€8,200 – (EUR)€9,800 per year.
Tuition Fee Free Institutes in Norway:
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences
University of Nordland
University of Bergen
Bergen University College
Top Ranked Institutes in Norway:
University of Oslo
University of Tromsø
Østfold University College
University of Agder
University College of Southeast Norway
Since there are no tuition fees for attending public higher .However, the students need to pay a small amount of fees typically in the range (EUR)€50 to (EUR)€60 per semester towards student welfare organization. A student welfare organization takes care of services such as housing, dining, and some health care services amongst others for students. If you enrolled in a private university in Norway that charges tuition fees, you can apply for a scholarship. Additionally, several scholarships and funding options are meant to cover your living expenses. Optionally, students can also apply for financial aid from the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund. It can be in the form of scholarship schemes, educational loans or various fellowship programs.