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List of Universities in Norway

Norway, a country located in Northern Europe, is known for its high-quality education system, which includes a range of universities and other tertiary institutions. Here is a list of universities in Norway:

  • University of Oslo: Established in 1811, the University of Oslo is Norway's oldest and largest university. It is located in the capital city of Oslo and offers undergraduate and graduate programs in fields such as humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, law, medicine, and education.

  • University of Bergen: Founded in 1946, the University of Bergen is located in the city of Bergen and is known for its strong programs in the social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences.

  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology: Established in 1996, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is located in the city of Trondheim. It is known for its strong programs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.


  • University of Tromsø - The Arctic University of Norway: Founded in 1968, the University of Tromsø is located in the city of Tromsø and is known for its strong programs in Arctic studies, indigenous studies, and health sciences.

  • University of Stavanger: Established in 2005, the University of Stavanger is located in the city of Stavanger and is known for its strong programs in business, engineering, and social sciences.

  • BI Norwegian Business School: BI Norwegian Business School is a private institution located in Oslo. It is known for its strong programs in business, economics, and management.

  • Oslo School of Architecture and Design: The Oslo School of Architecture and Design is a specialized institution located in Oslo. It is known for its strong programs in architecture and design.

  • Norwegian School of Economics: The Norwegian School of Economics is located in Bergen and is known for its strong programs in economics and business.

  • Norwegian Academy of Music: The Norwegian Academy of Music is located in Oslo and is known for its strong programs in music performance, composition, and music education.

  • Nord University: Nord University is located in the city of Bodø and has campuses in several other cities in Norway. It is known for its strong programs in health sciences, business, and education.

These universities offer a range of programs in various fields and provide students with opportunities to gain knowledge and skills that can help them succeed in their chosen careers. The Norwegian education system is known for its high standards and emphasis on innovation and research, making it an attractive destination for students from around the world.


This is only a List / Database of Institutions

  1. Agder University College

  2. Agricultural University of Norway

  3. Bergen University College

  4. Bodo Regional University

  5. Lillehammer University College

  6. Molde University College

  7. Norway's Information Technology University College

  8. Norwegian College of Veterinary Medicine

  9. Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration

  10. Norwegian School of Management BI

  11. Norwegian State Academy of Music

  12. Norwegian Teacher Academy for Studies in Religion and Education

  13. Norwegian University of Life Sciences

  14. Norwegian University of Science and Technology

  15. Norwegian University of Sport and Physical Education

  16. Oslo National Academy of Fine Arts

  17. Oslo School of Architecture

  18. Universitetet i Tromsø

  19. University of Bergen

  20. University of Oslo

  21. University of Stavanger

  22. University of Tromsø


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