Study Permit for University college or University

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If you wish to study or go to school in Norway for more than three months, you must apply for a study permit. If you are granted a study permit, you will also be able to work for up to 20 hours a week while you are studying and full-time during holidays.

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DURATION

12 months

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CITIZENSHIP

N/A

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FEES

600

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P. RESIDENCY

N/A

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COMPLEXITY

Low

Eligibility Requirements for the Study Permit for University college or University

7 Eligibility Requirements

  • Applicant must pay an application fee.
  • Applicant must have been admitted to a university college or university.
  • Applicant must study full-time.
  • Applicant must have enough money to live on, at least NOK 116369 per year. This money may consist of student loans, grants, own funds that you have in a Norwegian bank account or the deposit account of the educational institution, or a combination of the above. If you have already been offered a part-time job in Norway, the income from this work may be included.
  • If applicant have to pay tuition fees, applicant must also have money to cover this.
  • Applicant must have someplace to live in Norway.
  • The circumstances in the applicant's home country must indicate that it is likely that the applicant can return home when he/she has completed studies.

Document Requirements for the Study Permit for University college or University

13 Document Required

  • Passport and copy of all used pages in passport.
  • Signed cover letter from the Application portal (or application form).
  • 2 new/recent passport size photos with white background.
  • CNIC (Computerized National Identity Card) if the applicant is over 18 years old.
  • FRC (family registration certificate) if the applicant is over 18 years old, or CRC (Child registration certificate) if the applicant is under 18 years old.
  • Completely filled in family forms for parents and parents-in-law's- and own family.
  • A letter of full-time admission from an approved educational institution, stating your name, which studies you have admission to, at what level the studies are and how long the program lasts.
  • Certificate of Matriculation (attested by the relevant local Education Board).
  • Higher Secondary School Certificate (attested by the relevant local Education Board).
  • University or college certificate/transcripts/degrees.
  • Documentation that you have sufficient funds for your living expenses.
  • Documentation that you are able to pay the tuition fees (if you are required to pay tuition fees).
  • UDI's checklist, filled out and signed.

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