Acceptance of offer

Welcome to Nord University. You must accept your offer within 14 days of its receipt.

How to accept your offer

To accept your offer:
  • log into the online application portal "søknadsweb" by clicking the pink button above;
  • go to "My Documents" (top centre in the portal);
  • open your letter "Offer of Admission" by clicking the link under "document link".
  • after reading your offer go to "My Applications" (top left in the portal).
  • here you will be able to review your application and choose whether the answer "yes" or "no" to the offer.
Please note: you must accept your offer of admission within 14 days of receipt. If you do not accept your offer of admission within the deadline your place may be given to another applicant.

Admission rules and regulations

Students are admitted to the university pursuant to the Act relating to Universities and University Colleges and related regulations. See University Rules and Regulations for more information.

Original documentation of academic credentials

Students must present original academic transcripts and diplomas to university authorities upon request after arrival at the institution. Use of false documents in the admission process constitutes a criminal act under Norwegian law.

Fees

Semester registration fee
Public higher education institutions in Norway do not charge tuition fees. However, as a self-funded degree student you will be required to pay the semester registration fee each semester. The semester fee is NOK 705.

The semester registration fee is not payable until you have registered as a student. Semester registration opens on July 1 and closes on September 15. More information about registration and the registration fee will be provided in your welcome letter, which is sent in the month of July.
Other fees
If you are required to pay fees in relation to field trips, excursions or materials, you will find information about this in the programme description for the study programme to which you applied.

 
Sufficient financial means for applicants
If you are non-EU/EEA national, you are required to document sufficient financial means for your stay in Norway when you apply for a study permit to travel to and stay in Norway. Read more under Step 2: Study permit and transfer of funds.