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How to finance your studies

The University of Oslo does not control any sources of student funding and cannot assist students financially.

Tuition Fees

Since the University of Oslo is a state university and therefore publicly funded, the students here do not pay tuition fees. Most students must pay a small semester registration fee of NOK 550 (approx. 70 euro). This fee gives you the benefit of the services of the Student welfare organisation (SiO).

Erasmus, Nordplus, and most bilateral exchange students are exempt from paying the semester registration fee.

Scholarships and grants

The University of Oslo does not control any sources of student funding and cannot assist students financially. Please contact your home university, the educational authorities or funding organizations in your home country in order to find out if you are eligible for other types of funding. Read more about scholarships.

Some international students may be eligible for a study loan from the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund. See also the Study in Norway website.

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Published May 4, 2010 10:34 AM - Last modified Oct 28, 2015 08:42 AM