Why study in Norway ?

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For years, the United Nations has ranked Norway as one of the very best countries to live in.

High Quality in Higher Education: the Norwegian higher education system enjoys a good reputation worldwide. The four traditional universities are all listed in the Shanghai Jiao Tong ranking of World Universities, with the University of Oslo among the 100 best, the University of Bergen and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) among the 300 best, and the University of Tromsø among the 400 best universities in the world. When considering these results, keep in mind that Norway is a country of less than 5 million inhabitants

Universities as well as university colleges offer research-based education:Their institutional missions are different, and there is no clear hierarchy between them. Faculty that are well known internationally may be found in smaller university colleges; traditional universities are not the only institutions that hire the best researchers. Norwegian culture is one of equals, and collaboration between institutions is strongly supported by government agencies.

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Source: studyinnorway.no / Norway Today

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