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NHH - Norwegian School of Economics


Location:

Bergen, Norway

Introduction:

Founded in 1936 NHH is the leading business school in Norway, excelling in various academic fields, like economics, natural resources management and behavioural economics. More than 50 % of our graduates go abroad during their studies, making NHH a truly international institution. NHH is located in beautiful Bergen, the capital of Western Norway, and gateway to the fjords.

Academic Areas of Expertise/Focus:

Business analytics, economics, energy economics, finance, international business, marketing and brand management, new business development, strategy and management

Level:

BCom or MBA

Available Spots:

4 semester spots/academic year

Special Admission Requirements:

Due to policies in place at NHH, the exchange program to this destination is not open to students who are originally from or have previously lived in Norway.

Approximate Term Dates:

Semester 1: August - December
Semester 2: January - June

Summer Program Option:

NHH Summer School

Academics

Full-time Course Load: standard course load of 30 ECTS/semester (equivalent to 15 UofA credits)

Language(s) of Instruction: English and Norwegian
*Assuming sufficient language skills, exchange student are able to take a mix of English & Norwegian taught courses

Course Restrictions: NHH is a specialized Business and Economics university. No courses are offered in other areas

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General Information for Exchange Students

Course Options (bachelor)

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