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1 Welcome to BI Norwegian Business School

2 Norway is one of the Scandinavian countries in the North of the European continent Oslo

3 Oslo - Scandinavia's Sunniest Capital Wide variety of cafes and bars, music scenes, restaurants, night clubs, museums, art galleries, theatres and cinemas A fast-developing and popular city for national and international activities Surrounded by forest and fjord Normally snow 2 - 4 months in the winter and good skiing conditions around Oslo 600 000 inhabitants

4 Norway Breathtaking nature Exciting outdoor activities Peaceful, clean and safe High standard of living The best country to live in according to the UN Cold snowy winters Surprisingly warm and sunny summers 5 Million inhabitants High proficiency in English

5 Norwegian Economy Per capita income ranks amongst the highest in the world Low unemployment rate (<3%) One of the worlds leading: oil and gas exporters shipping nation (Wilhelmsen) Other major industries: fishery, pulp and paper, forestry and telecommunication (Telenor)

6 BI Norwegian Business School Founded in 1943 by a private entrepreneur A private non-profit organisation A leading research-based business school in Europe focusing on life-long learning EQUIS accredited in 1999 and reaccredited in 2004 and 2010, and currently in the final steps of the AACSB and AMBA accreditation The largest provider of education to the business and industry sector in Norway

7 BI Quick Facts National and international network of campuses Approx. 20.000 students (10.000 part-time) 1200 international students representing 63 different countries 180 international exchange partners in 45 countries Main campus in Oslo 3 regional campuses in Norway

8 Reasons to study at BI Excellent quality of teaching and learning Learn from the experts Study in Norway – several times ranked the best country in the world to live by the UN Reports Scholarship provision for excellent students Strong Alumni network for pre and post course advice BI is linked to more than 80 of Norway's major enterprises, both Norwegian and international Norway maintains a healthy economic growth with around just 2% unemployment

9 International Programmes in English Bachelor of Business Administration Focus areas are International Business, Shipping, Finance and Marketing 4 Master of Science programmes MSc in Business (with 8 different Majors) MSc in Strategic Marketing Management MSc in Leadership & Organisational Psychology MSc in Financial Economics Executive MBA programmes International Summer Programme

10 BIs Student Exchange Programme 180 partners in Europe, Asia, America, Oceania and Africa Around 450 students from all over the world come to take one or two semesters at BI every year See:

11 What can BI offer International Students? Housing in student dormitories Arrival Service Introduction week: Orientation meeting Intercultural workshop Buddy groups Sightseeing and social events The International Students Association (INSA) arranges events throughout the year for international students International office Norwegian Language Course (non-credit)

12 On Campus Facilities Student Service Centre Wireless network and workstations Library Bookshop Student canteen and coffee bars Bank and ATM Nydalen Athletica Student Health Services Social Counselling Career Services Students café and mingling area University chaplain/Room for reflection

13 Housing BI Norwegian Business School guarantees housing to all international students

14 Part-time work during your studies There are good opportunities for part-time work for international students in Norway, e.g. Newspaper delivery, conducting surveys Students are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week Average hourly pay is around 15-17 EUR or 20-23 USD

15 Further information Picture Gallery on Facebook YouTube – BI Norwegian Business School YouTube - Norway

16 Looking forward to seeing you at BI!

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