Ranking of Universities in Norway

Ranking Of Universities In Norway

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Universities in NorwayIf you are planning to study in Norway, it’s important that you consider the ranking of universities in Norway first before applying to anyone. Top ranked universities usually have good academic standard compared to low ranked universities.. In today’s article we shall be taking a look at some university rankings in Norway.

Norway is a beautiful country with natural landscapes and vibrant cultural life. The educational system too in Norway is top- notch. Some universities in Norway are ranked high in the world. We will be considering some Norway Universities Rankings and some facts about Norway and its Universities.

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LIST OF 20  NORWAY UNIVERSITIES

  1. Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  2. University of Agder
  3. University of Bergen
  4. University of Environment of Life Sciences
  5. University of Oslo
  6. Agder University College
  7. Bodo Regional University
  8. Norwegian School of Management
  9. Vestfold College
  10. Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  11. Finnmark University College
  12. Agricultural University of Norway
  13. Molde University College
  14. University of Tromso
  15. University of Stravanger
  16. University of Norland
  17. Lillehammer University College

18.MF Norwegian School of Theology

  1. Bergen Academy of Art & Design,Norway
  2. Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences

 

Now, going back to the rankings in Norway Universities, it is good to know that hat Norway universities are high ranked in the world. Check out some of the best ranked universities in Norway.

 

8 BEST RANKED UNIVERSITIES IN NORWAY

 

  1. University of Oslo

University of Oslo Rankings:

-#127 in  Times Higher Education Rankings (2021)

-#60 in Shanghai Jiao Tong University Rankings (2020)

-#113 in  Top Universities Rankings (2021)

-#91 in U.S News & World Report Rankings (2020)

– #1 Best Universities in Norway

  1. University of Bergen

University of Bergen Rankings:

-#201 in Times Higher Education Rankings

– #301 in Shanghai Jail Tong University Rankings (2020)

– #164 in U.S News & World Report (2020)

-#194 in Top University Rankings (2021)

– #2 in Best Universities in Norway

 

  1. University of Stavanger

University of Stavanger Rankings:

#1022 in U.S News & World Report Rankings

#7 in Best Universities in Norway

 

  1. UIT The Aortic University of Norway

Rankings:

-#401 in Times Higher Education Rankings

– #101 in Shanghai Jail Tong University Rankings (2020)

– #360 in U.S News & World Report (2020)

-#283  in Top University Rankings (2021)

 

 

  1. Norwegian University of Life Sciences

Rankings:

– #601 in Times Higher Education (2021)

– #601 in Shanghai Jiao Tong University Rankings (2020)

– #630 in U.S News & World Report Rankings

 

  1. Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Rankings:

.- #401 in Times Higher Education Rankings

– #101 in Shanghai Jail Tong University Rankings (2020)

– #360 in U.S News & World Report (2020)

-#283 in Top University Rankings (2021)

 

  1. University of Nord

University of Nord Rankings:

Country rank: #15

Word Rank: #3,400

  1. Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences

Rankings:

Country ranking: #14

World rank: #2744

 

FACTS ABOUT NORWAY AND ITS UNIVERSITIES

  1. University education is free in Norway:

University education is free in Norway. Domestic students as well as international students do not pay tuition fee in Norway Universities.

  1. The languages of teaching in universities in Norway are Norwegian and English:

Some programs in Norway universities are taught in Norwegian while others are taught in English.

But as we usually advise, it is very important to learn the language of the country where you study. It does not only improve your communication skills while studying, but it also adds value to your CV after studying.

  1. Norway is a Safe Country to Study

The crime rate in Norway is very low. Norway is known to be the safest countries in the world. For example, Cities in Norway like Stavanger. Oslo and Bergen are very safe. So, it is safe to say that it safe to study in Norway.

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COST OF LIVING IN NORWAY

The cost of living is somehow low, compared to other countries in Norway. As an international student, you can expect to spend between 20,000 to 40,000 NOK ( that is 2,176–4,352 USD) per month.

Please note that the cost of living here depending on the city you would be  living.

COST OF ACCOMODATION IN NORWAY

First, it is important to note that, the cost of accommodation in Norway differs from city to city. It also depends on if you will be living alone, or with fellow students, if you will be living in the center if a city in Norway or if you will be on the outskirts.

For example, if you will be living in a One- bedroom apartment in the center of the city, it will cost you about 970 EUR per month.

Or, if wish to live in a one- bedroom apartment at the outskirts of the city, it will cost you about 750 EUR per month.

Also, For full rent in a shared three-bedroom apartment in the center of the city , it will cost about 1,500 EUR per month.

Then the cost of accommodation for full rent in a shared three bedroom apartment at the outskirts of the city is about 1,250 EUR per month.


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