Study Masters in Norway
Author : Akanksha Dabade | 22-04-2020 | 761 Views
Norway is Scandinavian country encompassing glaciers, mountains and deep coastal fjords. It is considered as the second happiest country on Earth. What better place to stay and live in and complete your master degree. Skiing originated in Norway. Officially the Kingdom of Norway, is a Nordic country in Northwestern Europe whose territory comprises the western and northernmost portion of the Scandinavian Peninsula; the remote island of Jan Mayen and the archipelago of Svalbard are also part of the Kingdom of Norway.
Norway offers a unique student experience and Norwegian institutions of higher education welcome applications sent by qualified students from all over the world. Internationalization is a priority within all sectors of the Norwegian education system. Universities and university colleges are constantly working to facilitate for international students.
5 reasons for studying in Norway:
With a wide range of high quality courses and great flexibility, Norwegian institutions prove to be an ideal study destination. From vocational subjects to postgraduate level there are plenty of opportunities for both exchange students and degree seeking students to fulfill their ambitions. In many cases the students can benefit from taking part in exciting research projects coordinated by the professor
2.Close and equal terms student-professor relations The open-door policy of professors, teachers and administrative staff at Norwegian institutions is well known. They are both available and approachable for the students in order to arrange for maximum learning outcome for their students.
3.Critical thinking is encouraged
Critical thinking and the ability to approach a problem in different ways are valued skills in the Norwegian classroom. This learning tradition might be unfamiliar to some international students, but is something that often is highlighted as an important asset to the Norwegian education.
4.A modern and technologically advanced society
Norway is a modern society. Equality is a value deeply rooted in the Norwegian society and is rooted in both legislation and tradition. On campus students benefit from high technological standards and services, modern facilities and equipment, as well as innovative teaching.
5. Time to specialize
In most cases the Master´s programs offered at Norwegian institutions go over 2 years. This allows students to work on their thesis for a whole year, which means that the students get the chance to go deeper into her or his field of study.
JAM Campus Abroad brings you the best Universities in Norway.
- Noweigan School of Economics-It is business school situated in Bergen, Norway. It was founded in 1936 as Norway's first business school and has since its establishment been a teaching and research institution in the fields of economics and business administration.
Economics and Business administration
Marketing and Brand Management
New Business Development
Strategy and Management
Business Analysis and Performance management
- Western Norway University of Applied Sciences- It is a Norwegian public institution of higher education. Western Norway University of Applied Sciences provides professional education within health and social sciences, engineering, economic and administrative science, music and teaching. It offers education on the Bachelor and Master levels, continuing education, and on the Doctoral (PhD) level.
Health Aging and Rehabilitation
Climate Change Management
- University of Agder - The institution was established as a university college (høgskole) in 1994 through the merger of Agder College and five other colleges, including a technical college and a nursing school, and became one of Norway's new universities in 2007. It is among the youngest of Norway's ten universities.UiA has a shared leadership. The rector is elected by the students and members of staff and faculty, who becomes the head of the university board, and is responsible for the academic programmes and activities. The university director is the head of administration, and is responsible for all economic and administrative affairs.
Global Development and Planning
Innovative Governance and Public management
- Nord University- Nord University is a young university with strong regional ties and a global perspective. The university is committed to delivering relevant educational programmes and research, with a focus on blue and green growth, innovation and entrepreneurship, and welfare, health and education. Nord University offers 180 programmes within both academic and professional studies, including aquaculture, nurse education, and teacher education.A member of the University of the Arctic, Nord University is also among universities offering circumpolar studies.
Sustainable Production and utilization of marine Bioresources
- Norwegian Business School- It is the largest business school in Norway and the second largest in all of Europe.It is the largest supplier of economic and administrative competence and skills in Norway with more than 200 000 graduates since 1983.
Strategic Marketing Management
Leadership and Organisational Psychology
Finance and Quantitative Finance
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
QTEM Masters Network
- Høyskolen Kristiania- Campus Kristiania is the name of an education center including Oslo School of Management, Norwegian School of Creative Studies.
Applied Computer Science- Software Integration
Human- Computer Interaction
Information Systems- Digital Business Systems
Information Systems - Management and Innovation
- Ostfold University College- It has campuses in Fredrikstad and Halden, and has around 7000 students and 550 employees . The university college is one of the public university colleges in Norway, and is a result of five public colleges in Halden, Sarpsborg and Fredrikstad which were joined together as a part of the University College Reform of 1994.
Applied Computer Science
Green Energy Technology
- Oslo Metropolitan University- Oslo Metropolitan University was established on 12 January 2018 and is the second youngest of Norway's new universities. It evolved from what was until 2018 Norway's largest university college, Oslo and Akershus University College, which was itself the result of many previous mergers of around 30 former colleges and community colleges in the Oslo area.
Applied Data and Information Technology
International education and development
International Social Welfare and Health Policy
- NLA University College - NLA University College is the only private college in Norway offering primary school teacher education. This program is offered in Bergen, where preschool teacher education is also offered together with bachelor's and master's degrees in education, intercultural understanding, and theology / practical theology and management. In Oslo, bachelor's degrees in economics are offered through the Hague School of Management, as well as bachelor's degrees in music performance and practical theology. The Gimlekollen NLA College site offers a bachelor's and master's degree in journalism, as well as bachelor's degrees and one-year programs in intercultural communication, communication and life orientation, and information and communication work.
Theology and ministry
- University of Oslo- The University of Oslo, until 1939 named the Royal Frederick University, is the oldest university in Norway, located in the Norwegian capital of Oslo. Until 1 January 2016 it was the largest Norwegian institution of higher education in terms of size, now surpassed only by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
Health Economics, Policy and Management
Peace and Conflict Studies
Informatics: Digital Eco and leadearship
Informatics: Language Technology
Economics, Maritime Law, Astronomy, Bioscience, Chemistry
Entrepreneurship and Innovative Management
Theory and Practice of Human Rights
Data Science, GeoSciences, Physics, Global- MINDS
Electrical Engineering, Informatics and Technology
Development Environmental and Cultural Change
- The University Of Tromso- Located in the city of Tromsø, Norway, it was established in 1968 and opened in 1972. It is one of eight universities in Norway. The main focus of the University's activities is on auroral light research, space science, fishery science, biotechnology, linguistics, multicultural societies, telemedicine, epidemiology and a wide spectrum of Arctic research projects.
Applied Computer Science
Aerospace Control Engineering
Statistics, Biomedicine, Computer Science
Engineering Design, Electrical Engineering
English acquisition and Multilingualism
English Literature, Fine Art
Mathematics, Molecular Sciences and Physics
- University of Stavanger- It is organized in three Faculties, including two national centres of expertise and the Museum of Archaeology. The university has a main campus located in the neighbourhood of Ullandhaug. The University of Stavanger is currently the third-highest ranked in Norway in terms of research publications per member of scientific staff.
Master of Science in Business Administration
Service Leadership in International Business
Master in Religion, Cultural and Society
Biological chemistry, Computer Science
Industrial Asset Management
Marine and Offshore Technology
Science in Mathematics and Physics
Petroleum Geosciences Engineering
Petroleum Engineering, Risk Management
Risk Analysis and Governance
Energy, Environment and Society
Nordic Master Program in Social Work and Welfare
- Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences- The Inland Norway University Norwegian: Høgskolen Innlandet, is a state university college in Norway, established in 2017 from the merger of Headmark University College and Lillehammer University College. It has six campuses.
Applied and Commercial Biotechnology
Add on a program in virtual reality and Augmented Reality
- VID University of Science- The VID Specialized University is a Norwegian accredited, private, non-profit higher education and research institution.
VID Specialized University has 4,500 students and 450 employees, making it Norway's second-largest private college.
Theology and Religious Studies
Community Development and Social Innovation
- University of South-Eastern Norway- The University of South-Eastern Norway, commonly known as USN, is a Norwegian state university. It has campuses in Bø, Telemark, Porsgrunn, Notodden, Rauland, Drammen, Hønefoss, Kongsberg and Horten. USN is a continuation of the three former university colleges, Telemark University College, Buskerud University College and Vestfold University College, which merged between 2014 and 2016 to form the University College of Southeast Norway.
Master in Computer Science
Electrical Power Engineering
Energy and Environmental Technology
Friluftsliv Studies (outdoor studies)
Human Rights and Multiculturalism
Management Information Systems
Micro and Nano Systems Technology
Optometry and visual science
Smart System Integration
System Engineering with Embedded system
Systems Engineering (Industry master)
- University of Bergen- The University of Bergen is a public university located in Bergen, Norway. The university today serves approximately 17,000 students and is one of eight universities in Norway.
Biomedical Sciences, Global Health, Biology, Earth Science
Applied and Computational Mathematics
Meteorology and Oceanology: Climate Dynamics, Marine
Molecular Biology, Process technology, Petroleum Technology
Geographies of Sustainable development
Global Development Theory and Practice
Physical Geography, Public Administration, System Dynamics
Biomedical Sciences, Master of Philosophy, Linguistics
Digital Culture and French
- Norwegian University of Science and Technology- The Norwegian University of Science and Technology is a public research university in Norway with the main campus in Trondheim and smaller campuses in Gjøvik and Ålesund. NTNU has the main national responsibility for education and research in engineering and technology and is the successor of Norway's preeminent engineering university.
Applied Computer Science, Biology, Biotechnology
Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Communication Technology
Electric Power Engineering, Electronic System Design
Geotechnics and Geohazards, Global health
Globalization and Sustainable Development
Global Manufacturing Management
Hydropower development, Industrial Design and Ecology
Informatics, Information Security, Interaction Design
International Business and Marketing
Marine Technology, Materials Science and Engineering
Mathematical Sciences, Molecular Medicine, Music
Communication and Technology
Natural Gas Technology
Natural Resources Management
Naval Architecture, Neuroscience, Ocean Resources, Physics
Physical Activity and Health, Product and System Design