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BI Norwegian Business School - MASTER AND MORE
BI Norwegian Business School is a private, independent, specialised university institution with a total of six study locations in Norway: Oslo (main campus with all international programmes), Bergen, Trondheim, Stavanger, Kristiansand, and Drammen.
BI Norwegian Business School is a self-owned, not-for-profit foundation whose sole focus is education and research. Any profit will be used to strengthen BI’s research and learning environment in accordance with the objectives of the school.
BI Norwegian Business School is one of Europe’s largest business schools with around 20,000 students and 340 permanent faculty. BI is the largest supplier of economic and administrative competence and skills in Norway with more than 200 000 graduates since 1983.
BI Norwegian Business School boasts the country’s leading faculty in the school’s spear-head areas of economics, management, strategy, marketing and finance. BI Norwegian Business School has organised its academic activities in eight separate research departments covering all of the disciplines that can be expected at a modern European business school.
BI Norwegian Business School has an international profile. BI’s faculty cooperate extensively internationally and BI has student exchange agreements with more than 170 institutions in 45 different countries. This gives BI’s students excellent opportunities to obtain international experiences and to experience intercultural learning.
BI Norwegian Business School develops and delivers custom-made courses and programmes for a number of specific industries and organisations in the public and private sectors.
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To many foreigners, Norway is renowned for its beautiful countryside, Edward Munch's paintings and the adventurous voyages of Thor Heyerdahl.
During the last decades Norway has drawn the attention of the rest of the world through its innovative ideas and technologies, its booming oil and gas industry and active participation in areas like environmental protection and peace brokerage.
Norway is one of the least densely populated countries in Europe, with a population of just 5 million, mostly living in urban areas in the south and southwest.
The capital Oslo is situated in surroundings of which very few other major cities can boast, about, bounded by the Oslo fjord in the south and unspoiled natural woodlands to the north and east. With a population of about half a million, Oslo is also the cultural capital of Norway, with a rich and varied cultural scene.
Norway's per capita income rank among the world’s highest and this gives the Norwegians a high quality of life. Oil and gas are the cornerstones of the Norwegian economy. Other major industries are fish, pulp and paper, forestry, mining, manufacturing and shipping.
The 'Land of the Midnight Sun' has delightfully long summer days and the temperature can vary from plus 15 up to plus 30 degrees plus Celcius. It drops to plus 5 to minus 15 degrees Celsius during the winter, but each season has its own special features and charm. The contrasts are great and the scenery is ever changing all year round.
The UN has recently ranked Norway as the best country in the world to live.
Do I need a visa? How do I get there? Where will I stay? What kind of insurance do I need? Where can I learn Norwegian? How expensive is Oslo? Am I allowed to work in Norway?
When moving to a new and foreign country, a million questions arise. This section will help you prepare for and make the most of your stay in Oslo, whether you are a degree seeking Bachelor or Master student, a Double Degree student, or on exchange to BI for a semester or two.
You can also view our International Students Survival Guide.
Our Master degree programmes are designed to support professionals seeking personal growth and to enhance their careers. BI is a highly selective institution; we seek to enroll business students who demonstrate the intellectual curiosity, professional leadership, and academic ability to succeed.
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