Dating norway i vedavågen
As a bachelor student in the last year of your studies, you can apply to take two courses on a master level if this is necessary to fullfill your study plan at your home university.
Norwegian courses offered at NHH are open for all international students. A full workload for one semester is 30 ECTS credits four courses.
A 7,5 ECTS course equals 45 hours of lecture time. Note that students coming on exchange to NHH and taking master level courses will not be able to use those courses as part of an NHH degree should they later receive admission to a full-degree master program at NHH.
Course registration Course registration Course registration opens approximately 20 June for the fall semester and 20 December for the spring semester.
Note that there is no first come, first serve dating norway i vedavågen any courses at NHH. A few selected courses have restricted access. You can find a list of the restricted access bachelor and master level courses from approximately 20 June for the fall and December 20 for the spring.
These courses have an application deadline at the start of the semester. The last date to change your course registration is 1 September for the fall semester and 1 February for the spring semester.
Course registration is done in Studentweb and you will receive a username and password before the start of the semester you will be coming to NHH. We will organize a meeting with the Bergen police for you.
Students outside Europe are required to have a visa to study in Norway in addition to a residence permit.
Students from other countries can choose to wait until they arrive in Norway. Students from EU-countries must obtain a European Health Insurance card in their home country before travelling to Norway. Students from outside the EU must have health insurance and travel insurance before travelling to Norway.
We expect all incoming exchange students to attend this as there will be given practical information about being a student at NHH and in Norway. The welcome week for the Spring semester will start 8 January If you cannot attend the welcome week events due to exams at your home university, internships, jobs or other reasons you must inform us of this.