Reasons to Choose us
- We have renowned Norwegian University/College where you find your desired courses in competitive package.
- Our expertise of many years ensures very strategic and flawless application submission which will increase chance of admission.
- Be sure that you get complete, in-depth and unbiased information about all aspects of studying in Norway.
- Our expert and experienced team prepare and submit an effective admissions application to the universities.
- We are very much careful regarding selection of location, institution as well as desired programs according to the applicant’s profile.
- We look maximum effort to look for scholarships and grants schemes.
- We support students to arrange accommodation, pick-up and post arrival service in Norway.
Varies University to University. Most of the major Universities have application deadline 1st December and some Universities accept application till January.
Admissions Decision You should have to take your admission decision from 1st April to 15th May.
Visa Application submission
15th May to 15th June.
First and second week of August.
Total Approximate Cost for Norway
Processing Charge: NRs 5,000
Service Charge after admission: NRs 70,000 Full refundable; if VISA rejected)
Visa Application Fees: 28,000
No Objection Letter: 2000
Cash amount to be carried as pocket money: 30,000
Air Fare: 70,000
Must transfer refundable amount NOK 98000 (NRs 1500,000) in Norway after admission for the purpose
of living expenses guarantee.
Required Documents for Masters Degree
1. S.L.C. – Mark Sheet + Character Certificate
2. 10+2/PCL/Diploma: Transcript + Character
3. Bachelor Degree: Transcript + Character Certificate + Provisional or Convocation
4. Master Degree (If have): Transcript + Character Certificate + Provisional or Convocation
5. Recommendation Letters from 2 different persons such as HOD, Principal, Lecturer, Professor,Employer
6. Work Experience Certificate (If have)
7. Score of IELTS/TOEFL (If required)
8. Title of Thesis/Project Work/Intern and its abstract
9. Passport Size Photos: 4 – 10 Pieces
10. Copy of Passport
11. Updated and Detailed CV
12. Publications (If have)
13. Portfolio for the students of Architecture, Fine arts, Fashion Design or any field of Design
14. Draft of SOP if you have prepared any
15. Certificates of any awards, achievement, Dean’s List etc.
16. Attested and sealed copies of Certificates by the issuing institution (Only for Norway)
17. Bank Balance Certificate of Nrs 1800000 (If you have)
Note: Bio-data, abstract of thesis/Project work/Intern and draft of SOP must be submitted soft
copy by e-mail or pen-drive.
Why Study in Norway
- Norway offers tuition-free higher education to all, regardless of the country of origin.
- Internationalization of higher education has been an important factor for the development of programs and degree taught in English.
- Currently more than 200 Masters programs taught in English are available to students, covering a wide range of subject areas.
- Presently 14000 international students are enrolled at higher education institutions in Norway.
- All International students are entitled to access the student services such as free health insurance.
- Norway is one of the leading countries conforming to the guidelines from the Bologna Process in European higher education.
- Student welfare organizations provide strong support to International students.
- International students are entitled to work part-time for 20 hours week and full time during vacation and semester breaks.
- The relationship between lecturers and students is informal and defined by common goals and mutual respect.
- Egalitarian balues are a cornerstone of the Norwegian culture. this is true both off campus and on.
- Almost every applicant succeeds in admissions get VISA.
Economy & Job Market
- Norwegians enjoy one of the highest GDP per-capita and GDP (PPP) in the world.
- Norway ranks as one of the wealthiest country in the world in monetary value, with the largest capital reserve per capita of any nation.
- Norway maintains 1st place in the world in the UNDP Human Development Index.
- The standard of living in Norway is among the highest in the world.
- Foreign Policy Magazine ranks Norway as the world’s most well-functioning and stable country.
- Norway has a very low unemployment rate, currently 3.1%.
- The hourly productivity levels, as well as average hourly wages in Norway are among the highest in the world.
- Norway is a founding member of the United Nations, NATO, the Council of Europe, and the Nordic Council, a member also of the European
- Economic Area, the WTO, the OECD and is a part of Schengen Area.
- Continued oil and gas exports coupled with a healthy economy and substantial accumulated wealth lead to a conclusion that Norway will remain among the richest countries in the world in the foreseeable future.
- some of the billion dollar companies in Norway are Statoil Group, DnB, NOR, Telenor, Yara international, Norsk Hydro, Orkla, Storebrand, Gjensidige Forsikring, Aker Solutions and Spare Bank.