All higher education institutions (except some private institutions) in Norway are state-run i.e. tuition is not required for study at Norwegian higher education institutions (except some professional courses where some fees might apply). MSc courses at Norwegian University of Science and Technology Norwegian universities and state university colleges as a rule do not charge tuition fees for international students. But you need to pay for living expenses (unless you get scholarship!). Education system is 3+2+3 yrs(Bachelor's, Masters and Ph.D) as in most other countries. es, Students may be allowed to work up to 20 hours per week (some restrictions apply). 

If you stay for more than one yr then you automatically get enrolled in Health Insurance (under National Insurance Scheme).

Higher Education in Norway

  1. Agder College
  2. Agricultural University of Norway (NLH)
  3. Alesund College
  4. Bergen College
  5. Bergen University
  6. Gjovik College
  7. Lillehammer College
  8. Molde College
  9. National College of Art & Design, Norway
  10. Nesna College
  11. Nord-Trondelag College
  12. Norwegian Institute of Technology, Trondheim
  13. Norwegian School of Management
  14. Ostfold College
  15. Sor-Trondelag College (HiST)
  16. Stavanger College
  17. Stord/Haugesund College
  18. Telemark College
  19. UNIK - Center for Technology at Kjeller, University of Oslo
  20. University of Oslo
  21. University of Tromso
  22. University of Trondheim
  23. Vestfold College
  24. Volda College