Norway is a northern European country neighbouring Sweden, Finland and
Russia. It is the world’s largest producer of oil and natural gas, outside the
Middle-East on a per capita basis. It has the fourth highest per capita income
in the world. It ranks first on the World Happiness Report and has the lowest
crime rates in the world. Norway is a member of the United Nations
Organisation and other prominent world bodies like the World Trade
Organisation. The capital city is Oslo and the currency is the Norwegian
Krone. Even though Bokmal and Nynorsk are the official languages, English is
widely spoken by less than 80% of the population. It is the 14th preferred
destination for international students.
A student gets to experience natural adventure during stay in Norway. Aurora
Borealis(The Northern Lights) along with midnight sun are only few of the
attractions that enthral foreigners. All of these are along with foxes and polar
bears, deep fjords and dense forests. All courses are taught in English, as
compared to many other European countries. Most Norwegian universities
are tuition free, even though some specialised courses may charge fees.
Winter is cold and dark.
Being ranked consistently as the best country to live in by the United Nations
Human Development Report, it is high life expectancy coupled with
important factors such as human rights and cultural freedom. The welfare
system of Norway is one of the best in the world since it ensures that those
who are unemployed or are unable to work are able to live a life of dignity.
Over 16% of the population are immigrants or children born to immigrant
parents. All students in Norway can work for 20 hours per week during their
stay. All these factors add up in making Norway a preferred study destination.
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