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Velkommen til Norge! Oh hey, Norway!

The official language of Norway, Norwegian, is a northern Germanic language, very closely related to Danish and Swedish. In fact, people from these countries generally have no problems understanding each other.

Besides its impressive mountain ranges and long, fjord-serrated coastline, Norway is also home to spectacular natural phenomena like its midnight sun, polar nights and Northern Lights. Just like its Scandinavian neighbours, for an average of two weeks each season, Norway experiences the midnight sun in summer and polar nights in winter.

So, it is of no surprise that the relationship Norwegians have with nature forms a vital part of their national identity. Most schools organise compulsory ski days and material produced about Norway often depicts its natural beauty rather than its cultural sights or celebrations.

Experience Norway first-hand during your student exchange program with WEP. Interested? Keep on reading below to find out how you can study in Norway!

Upcoming Exchanges

Departure Duration Fee Application Deadline
January 2020 Short Term $ 7,750 17 September 2019
January 2020 Year $ 10,450 17 September 2019
January 2020 Semester $ 9,350 17 September 2019
August 2020 Year $ 10,450 17 March 2020
August 2020 Short Term $ 7,750 17 March 2020
August 2020 Semester $ 9,350 17 March 2020
November 2020 Short Term $ 7,350 14 July 2020

The above program fees are valid until 31/12/2019. Application deadlines are subject to change.

Included Extras

For January and August programs, a two-night orientation in Copenhagen or Oslo.

Optional Extras

Two trips/activities offered per year (numbers permitting)

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