Business Schools Ranking in norway

Education System in Norway

 

 


Higher education in Norway is anything beyond upper secondary school, and normally lasts 3 years or more. To be accepted to most higher education you must have attained a general university admissions certificate (generell studiekompetanse). This can be achieved by taking general studies while in upper secondary school or through the law of 23/5 where a person must be above 23 years of age, have 5 years of combined schooling and work experience and have passed exams in Norwegian, mathematics, natural sciences, English and social studies. Some degrees also require special electives in second and third grade (e.g. maths and physics for engineering studies.) Higher education is broadly divided into universities, which concentrate on theoretical subjects, university colleges, and private schools, which tend to specialize in subjects such as business management, marketing and fine arts.

Eduniversal in Norway: 2 schools
Schools with 5 Palmes      1
Schools with 4 Palmes      1
Schools with 3 Palmes      0
Schools with 2 Palmes      0
Schools with 1 Palme       0

Useful Sites for Studying in Norway
Study in Norway:                      http://www.studyinnorway.no/
Visit Norway:                            http://www.visitnorway.com/

Scholarships for Studying in Norway
Study in Norway:                      http://www.collegescholarships.org/scholarships/country/norway.htm

University and business school ranking in Norway

5 Palmes Of Excellence - UNIVERSAL business school with strong global influence 

Rank by Palmes league Dean’s recommendation rate 2013

BI Norwegian Business School

1388

4 Palmes Of Excellence - TOP business school with significant international influence 

Rank by Palmes league Dean’s recommendation rate 2013

NHH - Norges Handelshøyskole - Norwegian School of Economics

196

Eduniversal Best Masters ranking 2013/2014

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