List of the Funded Norway Scholarships for International Students
BI Norwegian graduate school Scholarships
BI Norwegian graduate school is very famous in Norway, offering fully or partial funded scholarships to international and domestic candidates registered in the Bachelor’s, Master’s, and PhD programs. Candidates will receive many prised benefits, scholarship rewards of up to NOK 250,000, a full tuition fee waiver, living expenses, etc. Applicants, are requested to submit GRE, GMAT, and TOEFL scores to abide by the BI Norwegian graduate school requirements.
Scholarships offered by the BI Norwegian graduate school include; BI presidential scholarships for both international and domestic, Bachelor International Scholarship, Women in Finance, Tech Bachelor Scholarship, A. Wilhelmsen Foundation Scholarship for international students, etc. Apply Now
University of Oslo Scholarship
The University of Oslo in is one of the prestigious universities in Norway. It offers Bachelor’s, Master’s, and PhD courses for both local and international students. Fortunately, the University of Oslo do give scholarships occasionally for the above degree programs. Also, students that were enrolled within the Exchange program can apply for the Erasmus+ and use multiple benefits with scholarship rewards, awards, and grants. The academic obligation for Erasmus+ scholarships is TOEFL scores as an alternative to IELTS.
Norwegian University of Science and Technology Scholarships
The Norwegian University of Science and Technology also referred to as the NTNU, offers Masters, PhD scholarships, as well as Exchange programs. Interested applicants can also apply for the Erasmus Mundus Scholarships, NORPART MA Scholarships and Anglo-Norse Society Scholarship Schemes. All the successful applicants of such scholarships will get scholarship plunders, living expenses coverage, and other congratulating aids. Besides, candidates are certain to submit their TOEFL scores for the NTNU language criteria.