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Topic : Education
Last Updated : 2020-10-16 12:14:19
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Universities in Norway have forever been renowned for their openness, absence of tuition fees, and unique access to learning. Despite the proper choice of bachelors courses in English and the intricacy of the local language, Norwegian universities offer an outstanding selection of English-language master and doctoral programs in the most common and related disciplines. If you are interested in studying in Norway, then here are the top 5 universities.

University of Oslo - This university was founded in 1813 and was Norway chief university. It is located in the heart of the city, close to the royal parliament and palace. The university comprises Norway biggest research institute encompassing eight departments namely theology, natural sciences, dentistry, mathematics, law, and medicine.

University of Bergen - It is Norway second-oldest university. Bergen is Norway largest marine university, and the institution forms part of a marine cluster known as the Hjort Centre.

Uit The Arctic University of Norway - UiT is one of only several universities in the world to give courses in Indigenous Studies. Units look at the culture, language, law, and history of the local Sami people and other indigenous peoples around the world.

Norwegian University of Science and Technology - It is the most comprehensive university in Norway. Even though the Norwegian University of Science and Technology practices in engineering, technology, and natural sciences, it also has students, teachers, and researchers beyond the social sciences, health sciences, medicine, arts, and humanities.

Norwegian University of Life Sciences - This university was earlier identified as the Norwegian college of architecture and has seven departments namely- economics and businesses, chemistry, biosciences, natural resource management, food science, environmental sciences, and veterinary sciences.

Conclusion - Therefore there were a few universities that are prominent in Norway and you can think of studying here. Norway has a safe and friendly environment.

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