More than 1,000 people set to compete for 300 school places in the Norwegian Armed Forces

SoldiersPhoto: Stian Lysberg Solum / NTB
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Nearly 1,100 candidates will compete for 300 school places during the Armed Forces’ admission and selection process.

The admission lasts until July 8 and is open for people who want to take a bachelor’s degree and one-year study at the Norwegian Defense College, the Norwegian Armed Forces wrote on Friday.

“The admission process is important for the Armed Forces and is essential for us to be able to train enough personnel for our departments. We have planned and worked hard to get an admission process that gives the candidates the opportunity to prove themselves, and which takes into account the pandemic, lieutenant colonel Stein Garang at the Armed Forces’ admission and selection noted.

The admission process is carried out at the military camp Sessvollmoen, which is located close to Gardermoen. It consists of several parts. The candidates must first go through a series of psychological and physical tests, medical examinations, and interviews. Candidates who pass the first part of the admission process must then complete a selection exercise.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayEducation

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