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Universities of Norway to start charging fees from international students

posted on: October 08, 2022

Students who have researched well about European universities would be aware that most of the universities in Norway do not charge any fees to international students. Education in Norway is free for everyone. But the government has been in discussions recently to change this law and start imposing tuition fees on third-country students. This means that education will still be free for native students and students of the European Union but students from other nations would have to pay for their education. Minister of Education, Ola Borten has said that most of the international students come here to study because of free education, not because they think that the quality of education is very high here. This is why it is time for them to prioritize their own native students and think the best for them. Those who still want to study in Norway can pay their own fees.

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