EEA - Norway Grants
Students from selected countries in Eastern and Southern Europe may come to UiO on student mobility with study abroad scholarships through the EEA - Norway Grants programme.
How to apply for student mobility
To find out if you may apply for student mobility with an EEA - Norway Grants scholarship, and how, you must contact the international office at your home institution. The international office at your home institution will know if an exchange agreement is in place.
The University of Oslo has an online nomination and application system for students on the bachelor and master level:
- UiO's partner institutions must nominate students and upload their supporting documents in the University of Oslo online nomination system.
- Nominated students will be invited to complete their application in the online application service for students: "Søknadsweb".
The deadline for nomination and application is 1 May / 15 October.
A confirmation of the award of the scholarship should accompany the application or be uploaded as soon as it is available.
Students on PhD level
Exchange students on the PhD level are treated as guest researchers and will not be given student status at the University of Oslo. These students must contact the host department for academic and practical follow up and will not receive the regular admission letter for students.
Questions about courses
Erasmus students may choose from a wide range of courses offered in English.
Contact points at UiO faculties:
- Faculty of Humanities
- Faculty of Law
- Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
- Faculty of Medicine
- Faculty of Dentistry
- Faculty of Social Sciences
- Faculty of Theology
- Faculty of Education
All the beneficiary countries have different programmes. These countries participate in the programme for higher education:
- Czech Republic
The scholarships are administered by national programme operators in each country.
The programme - for potential partners
The aim of the programme is to facilitate networking and exchange of knowledge between educational institutions in Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein and beneficiary countries in Europe. The cooperation can include activities like student and staff mobility and institutional cooperation in projects.