The 6 Cheapest Cities For International Students In Norway In 2022

The Western Norway University of Applied Sciences campus in Førde

Many students dream of moving to Norway for a semester (or more) as an international student, and get a feel for Norwegian culture, nature and education all at the same time. The only problem is just that Norway is incredible expensive, especially for non-working international students! So, are there any cities in Norway that are … Read more

The Norwegian Government Want To Implement Tuition Fees At Universities For Foreign Students

The main building of NTNU

It’s well-known that university degrees in Norway are tuition-free for both Norwegian and foreign students, and anyone can apply to get a university education for free if they attend the university. You have to pay a small semester fee (costs around 600 NOK / $60 USD), but there are generally no tuition fees at universities … Read more

Norway’s National Flower Explained

Common heather is Norway's national flower

Most countries have an official national flower, and it’s usually a flower that represents or symbolizes the country. But what is Norway’s national flower like? There’s actually not an official Norwegian national flower, but there are two unofficial national flowers. These are pyramidal saxifrage (Saxifraga cotyledon or bergfrue in Norwegian) and common heather (Calluna vulgaris … Read more

12 Tourist Traps In Norway: The Most Underwhelming Attractions

The fish market in Bergen is considered one of the biggest tourist traps in Norway

Norway is an incredible country with lots of different tourist attractions, both natural attractions as well as man-made structures aimed to wow people who experience them. There are generally fewer tourist traps in Norway than in many other countries in the world, but there are still some big tourist traps that you might want to … Read more

How To Get From Kirkenes Airport Høybuktmoen To Kirkenes City Center

Kirkenes airport Høybuktmoen

Visiting Kirkenes is a very special experience, with this rather small town being closer to the Russian border than any neighboring city. It’s in a remote place far north in Norway, and the easiest method of getting to Kirkenes is by flying an airplane to Kirkenes airport Høybuktmoen. But the problem is that Høybuktmoen is … Read more