Education System

Education System

The country's overarching goal is to provide high-quality education to both Norwegian and international students. The country's academic year is divided into two semesters, from August to December and January to June. The Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research is the institution in charge of the country's educational system.

  • For Master’s program, Bachelor's degree or equivalent of at least 4 years of study (it must include courses equal to at least 1/2 years of full-time studies in a subject relevant to the program you applied for)
  • For Bachelor’s program, a minimum qualification of 10+2 level with an above 50% score, while some of the universities or programs may ask for higher GPA is required
  • English language proficiency test 

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