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The International Bachelor's degree admission 2015.

Not an international applicant?

Nordic citizens and applicants with a permanent or renewable residence permit in Norway are not eligible to apply, please see admission for applicants residing in Norway. Applicants who have a permanent or renewable residence permit (e.g. work or family reunification) and Au Pairs are considered to be residing applicants and must apply for Bachelor's studies through the Norwegian Universities and Colleges Admission Service (NUCAS).

The online application web opens 1. December. The application and documentation deadline is 1 February 2015.

Information on these web pages are under ongoing revision (including documentation requirement) and will be updated by 1. December.

The application is to be registered at the University of Oslo's online application system and documents to be uploaded (including English test results) within the application deadline. We do not accept applications sent by ordinary mail.

It will not possible to upload documents after the application deadline.

Applicants completing their secondary education the spring 2015 are not eligible to apply. If the basic entrance requirement includes 1 year of university education, the 1 February deadline also applies for documentation of 1 full year of university education.

Available programmes in 2014 (may be subject to change for the 2015 admissions)

The language of instruction for all Bachelor’s degree programmes at the University of Oslo is Norwegian. Selected programmes are offered to international applicants (semester start in August only).

We do not offer Bachelor's or 6 year professional programmes in Medicine or Dentistry to international applicants.

Admitted students must successfully complete the mandatory 1-year Norwegian language course (Autumn 2015 - Spring 2016) before they start the 3-year Bachelor's degree program (Autumn 2015). The language course is included when admitted to a Bachelor's program.

Only 60 places are available and admission is very competitive.

Tuition fees, financing and scholarships

The University of Oslo is a publicly funded state university with no tuition fees. However, non EU applicants must document their financial ability to stay in Norway, please see Documentation of financing (only applicable for non-EU/EEA applicants).

Scholarships are not available for Bachelor's degree studies.

How to apply

Please see how to apply.

Published Aug 12, 2014 01:22 PM - Last modified Oct 13, 2014 11:18 AM