If you know the language, you can study for free in Norway, but all of the Nordic countries are relatively inexpensive study destinations. With the exception of a few specialized programs, Norway is our top choice in Europe because public universities are still open for all, both within and outside the EU.
Norway, like the rest of Europe’s Nordic countries, is renowned for its high quality of life and breathtaking natural beauty. Another reason to study in Norway is the abundance of English-taught programs at all levels of study, as well as a large number of native English speakers.
Norway, like the rest of the Nordic countries, has a high cost of living; you’ll need about NOK 139,680 (US$17,200) per year to live comfortably.
Requirements for English Language Proficiency:
International applicants must demonstrate English proficiency if their primary language is not English or if they attended school in a non-English speaking country.