How to apply to degree programmes

There are diffe​rent admission requirements depending on which country you have your educational background from. Please find more information regarding admission and documentation requirements below.

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Tuition fees at Nord University

Students with citizenship from outside the EU/EEA/EFTA must pay tuition fees. Nord University does not offer any grants​ or scholarships.​ Some students may be eligible to apply for an exemption from payment of the tuition fees.

Application period

Non-EU/EEA/EFTA: November 1 - December 1 
EU/EEA/EFTA: February 1 - April 15 ​​

Non-EU/EEA/EFTA applicants are applicants who do not have citizenship in a country in the EU/EEA/EFTA.

EU/EEA/EFTA applicants are applicants with citizenship in the EU/EEA/EFTA.

Results of admission

Non EU/EEA/EFTA: April 
EU/EEA/EFTA: E​arly July

You can ask for a justification and send an appeal if you disagree with the results.

Documentation deadline

Non-EU/EEA/EFTA: December 1

All applicants must meet the admission requirements prior to applying.​

EU/EEA/EFTA: April 15​​

Exception: For EU/EEA/EFTA applicants that finish secondary school or higher education this spring semester, the deadline for uploading educational documentation is July 1.​

The deadlines​ ​are absolute. We do not accept applications or documentation after the given deadlines. Applications without documentation ​will not be assessed.

Need help?

Contact the Admissions Office


Tel: + 47 75 51 76 99 
Monday - Friday 
12:00 - 14:00 

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