How to pay the fees


  • Basic fee: April 8
  • Payment information about the Basic Fee will be sent in your admissions email. You cannot pay the programme fees before you are admitted and have received your admission letter.
  • North American students: balance due April 15.

Note! Your admission will be cancelled if you do not pay all fees by the deadlines. 

How to pay Basic fee for applicants to the ISS Office in Norway

Deadline for payments:

  • April 8
  • Payment deadlines are non-negotiable. If you have not paid by the deadline, your application will be cancelled.

How to pay

In your admission email, you will find payment information and the link to the online payment-portal. 

  • Open the link.
  • Pay by credit card (Visa, Mastercard or Eurocard) - cheques or cash will not be accepted.
  • See our step by step Guide to E-pay.

About payments

  • Payment must be made in full - a payment plan is not possible. 
  • If you are unable to pay through the portal, send an email to
  • Please note, your bank might have a fee for paying with credit card.

Cancellation policy

Read the ISS cancellation policy 

How to pay Basic fee for applicants to the ISS Office in North America

There are three options for making payment to Oslo International Summer School.

  1. Pay by check. Payment due by April 15. Checks are payable to Oslo International Summer School, and send to:
    Oslo International Summer School
    St. Olaf College
    1520 St. Olaf Avenue
    Northfield, MN 55057
  2. Pay by credit card. There is a 2.99% fee for paying by credit card.The deposit must be paid within two weeks of this email, and the remaining balance by April 15.
  3. Pay by bank transfer. The deposit must be paid within two weeks of this email, and the remaining balance by April 15.

Students who have applied for scholarships from ISS will receive a reply by April 10. Payment in full will not affect your chances for a scholarship. If you receive a scholarship, any overpayment will be refunded.

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Published Oct. 7, 2016 10:35 PM - Last modified Mar. 20, 2019 2:04 PM