NB! Be aware that this video is from 2018. Please check the updated deadlines and admission requirements for the academic year 2020/2021 on the website of your respective programme.
Follow the guidelines on how to apply for a master's programme depending on which applicant group you belong to. The deadlines and application process may vary accordingly.
- Applicants from outside EU/EEA and Switzerland with education from outside the Nordic countries and without advanced Norwegian language
- Applicants from EU/EEA and Switzerland with education from outside the Nordic countries and without advanced Norwegian language
Nordic applicants and applicants with advanced Norwegian language
- Applicants with a bachelor's degree from one of the Nordic countries
- Applicants residing in Norway with Norwegian proficiency on advanced level
How to document Norwegian proficiency on advanced level?
- Examination in Norwegian / Norwegian as a second language on the “Vg3-level” (393 hours) from Norwegian upper secondary school
- Level 3 examination in Norwegian for foreign students at Norwegian universities
- Examination from the 1-year course in Norwegian language and culture for foreign students, taken at a university or a university college
- Test of Norwegian, advanced level (known as ”Bergenstesten”) with a score of at least 450, or with “Pass” mark after the introduction of the new scoring system beginning fall 2009.
- Norwegian test for adult immigrants from Kompetanse Norge with result B2 in all four parts