Free education in Norway, Admission OPEN


EDUCATION IN NORWAY

There are No tuition fee or very cheap fee (Approx 25000 INR for complete 2 year course) This accounts for the growing popularity of some public or Government-Owned European universities in Norway which offer academic courses to international students for zero tuition fees.

Since these countries have less population, the government provides free education to all the local students. However, they have also kept an international quota for which there is a huge demand from all over the world. Not only does one get the Schengen visa through these initiatives, but also world-class education.

Deadline for some universities in Norway is 30th November 2011 for August 2012 start course.

No compromise on quality:

There is a question of comprising on the quality of programs availablein these varsities. Most of these institutions are known for their ace research and state-of-the art facilities. Paid internships and part-time work opportunities are other important factors that attract students to these universities because one can earn back all that they have spent, in no time. But it is not easy task to get into a good university. “One needs to get a score of 79 plus in TOEFL and 6 to 6.5 in IELTS to apply in a good university”.

Technical rules:

Some of the popular free courses among students are mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, clinical sciences, biotechnology and pharmacology. Many students feel that if one bags an admission into one of these programs, and that too for free, then there is no need to block Rs.15 Lakhs and pursue a coursein the US. These countries require international students to show only 6 to 7 Lakhs in their bank account. Moreover, these countries also provide a six-month – 1 Year work permit to students after completion of their education. This is an added advantage. While benefits may seem a plenty, choosing wise is important.

A glimpse at the offerings of these countries –

Free Education – No payment to be made to the University. In Commonwealth nations like UK, Australia, and Canada, Universities are charging 7 to 10 Lakhs from International students. But universities from European nations (mentioned above) are investing 5 to 7 Lakhs on International Students.

Job Opportunities

EU nations are desperately in need of over 20Lakhs manpower. Due to lack of manpower and negative population rate these countries have started the free education concept.

Schengen Visa

(This Visa allows you to travel or work in 14 nations of the European Union). All EU nations are developed, rich, technically advanced and tourist countries. Euro is the common currency in all these countries.

Visa

In Commonwealth nations getting an admission is very easy but getting a visa is very difficult. In EU nations getting admission is difficult but getting visa is very easy because these embassies don’t bother about your property details. No one got rejection for these countries to till date.

Working Opportunities

While studying these countries allow international students to work 20 hours per week.

Courses available

  • *Maters Programs for students of B.Tech , B.E in All Engineering fields, BBA, B.Sc, B.A, B.Com, B.Sc (Agriculture), B.Arch and all other disciplines
  • Bachelor Programs for Polytechnic and Intermediate students

A brief idea on some of the courses offered by these Universities contact us on 9763082666 or admission@qbixacademia.com

Service offered:

  • Selection of the universities
  • Selection of the Courses
  • Applying the admission to the various shortlisted universiites where student have the interested programme .
  • Application fees of all Universities we apply
  • Documents & courier handling charges
  • Preparing  visa documentation
  • Apply the  visa for the student
  • Help with travel arrangements
  • Help in finding the accommodation
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