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

The Museum of the Viking Age Is Saved By 700,000,000 NOK Extra Budget Grant

The fate of the Museum of the Viking Age (previously known av the Viking Ship Museum) has been uncertain for a long time period. The original museum closed in 2021 to make room for a new and upgraded building, but budget issues lead to the construction being put on hold. Increased costs for raw materials … Read more

Construction of the New Museum of the Viking Age is Put on Hold Due to Budget Issues

Museum of the Viking Age 2

The Viking Ship Museum was one of the most visited Norwegian museums with over 500,000 visitors yearly, but it was closed down in late 2021. The reason was because the museum needed bigger and better buildings to prevent decay to the viking shops, and a plan to make the new Museum of the Viking Age … Read more

Uber Starts Operating In Trondheim

Trondheim

Uber made its real debut in Norway by starting operations in Oslo in 2020, but has yet to to establish itself in any other city – until now. From June 2022, Uber will begin to operate in Trondheim as well, and has plans to further expand into more Norwegian cities in the future. The Uber … Read more

Oslo Municipality Urges Everyone To Save Water

Maridalsvannet

Oslo municipality is currently having a water supply crises, and the water levels of Maridalsvannet, a lake that provides Oslo with most of its drinking water, is at an all-time low. This has lead to Oslo sending an SMS to all its inhabitants asking them to reduce the amount of water they use. They urge … Read more