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Norway ranks 10th for international students, 2nd for careers
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A ranking of European countries based on their attractiveness for foreign students handed Norway a top ten spot, while the Nordic nation came second overall for career prospects.

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vannlating om natten hos tiåring Norway scored 55.4 points out of 100 for attractiveness to international students, in comparison with beklager eventuelle ulemper’s 83.2.

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hjertelig til lykke med dagen Although Norway does not charge tuition fees for undergraduate, Masters or PhD programmes, the Study.eu survey also takes general living costs into its overall assessment.

gamil google docs Norway fared well in terms of quality of life, likelihood of getting a job after graduating, international university rankings and the number of courses taught in English.

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tiggere i bergen “Two significant political developments will influence global higher education for years to come. First, there is the Trump presidency, driving international students away from the US to other countries – in many cases, Europe,” said Blöss.

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