STUDY IN NORWAY
About NORWAY Study, Location
Why Study in Norway?
You should study in Norway because this small country is number one in productivity per worker, with almost 50% more gross domestic product per hour than the UK.
Studying in Norway will give you a full grasp of the Norwegian mentality for equality and a flat hierarchy provide such an effective work force, by experiencing it first hand.
Beautiful landscape and mountains
Norway is the northernmost country in Europe and includes a great variety of natural scenery. The span from the lowlands in the southeast to the spectacular fjords and high mountains and coastline in the west and north is very striking.
If you enjoy hiking and huge outdoor experiences, this is a fantastic place to be.
All Norwegians speak English brilliantly, and they love practising their language skills with people from other countries. They are known for being a bit reserved, but always helpful. And they make loyal friends you will keep for a lifetime.
Norwegians love the outdoors. The go skiing or hiking every chance they get. Or so goes the stereotype…
They also love movies, concerts and the urban lifestyle. Oslo has more rock concerts per year than Stockholm and Copenhagen combined, and plays host to a number of summer festivals.
Norwegians are very clever. They basically tax anything that is either unhealthy for you or bad for the environment. Thus, alcohol and cigarettes can be expensive, as well as fuel if you own a car.
Today electric cars have become quite common and Norway has earned a reputation as a leading country in green initiatives.Health care is rather affordable and the amazing outdoor experiences are free.
While the country is the most northern in Europe, it isn’t as cold as you might imagine. The warm water from the Gulf Stream heats Norway to an acceptable level for most people. Coastal areas have relatively mild winters with temperatures rarely falling below -4C (24.8F) .
Norwegians are experts in everything winter so you will soon pick up the Norwegian way of dressing in layers, learn how to walk on ice, and enjoy the winter season and skiing.