BI Norwegian Business School History
BI Norwegian business school is the largest private business school in Norge and also the second largest in Europe. It was established in the year 1943 by Institute of Managerial Economics.
BI Norwegian Business School Programs, Courses, and Schools
BI Norwegian Business School offers undergraduate programs in 14 specialists, graduate programs in 13 specialists, and it also includes Executive MBA in 3 departments. It also includes a part-time MBA in China, and also include Master of Management in a different specialist. It also includes Doctoral Programs (Ph.D.)
The university has 845 staff consisting of academic employees of 404 individuals and 441 administrative workers. In 2015, BI Norwegian graduate school had 18,728 students. BI is the largest provider of economic and administrative competency and skills in Norway nation with quite 20,000 graduates since 1983.
BI Norwegian Business School Campuses
BI Norwegian Business School has in total four campuses with the main one located in Oslo, the capital of Norway. Campus Oslo has more than 14,000 students. The second-largest campus is in Bergen, a town in the Scandinavian nation. Campus Bergen has more than 3,000 students. Campus Stavanger located in Stavanger, the oil capital of Norway. Campus Stavanger has approximately 1,200 students. Campus Trondheim, located in Trondheim, the third-largest city in Norway. Campus Trondheim has approximately 1,900 students.
BI Norwegian Business School Achievements
BI Norwegian Business School, Professor Ralf Müller at BI Norwegian Business School has received an international research award for developing new knowledge and practice for project management. Karl Joseph Joachim Breunig has been awarded the desirable Gunnar Hedlund award for his doctoral degree, that studied optimum models for business structure structures. BI organized its educational activities in 9 separate research departments covering all of the disciplines that may be expected at a contemporary European business school.
BI Norwegian Business School USP
BI Norwegian Business School is currently ranked 33rd in the Financial Times ranking of European Business Schools. In 2009, BI was ranked by Eduniversal as the 35th most influential business school within the world. The BI Norwegian Business School has always been committed to its motto “Empowering People, Improving Business.”
BI Norwegian Business School Notable Alumni
Svein Richard Brandtzæg (former CEO of Norsk Hydro), Stein Erik Hagen (Chairman of Orkla Group), Anniken Hauglie (Norwegian Minister of Labor and Social Inclusion), Dag Kittlaus (co-founder of Siri)
Average Academic Score
Undergraduate: NOK 82,400
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
Bachelors: March 1
Masters: July 1
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
Student Faculty Ratio
Nydalsveien 37, 0484 Oslo, Norway,Norway