- Vitnemal of 3.0 or above, although some programmes (eg Journalism) may ask for 4. Some programmes require an audition/online interview.
- A-Levels or International Baccalaureate (please see course listing for specific grade and subject requirements)
- Additional qualifications will also be considered on a case by case basis. Please contact us for more information
- A relevant three year Bachelor's degree from a recognised institution with an overall C or above.
A Vitnemal of 3.0 in English, although some programmes (eg Journalism) may ask for 4 is generally accepted as meeting the minimum entry requirement. If you do not meet this requirement then please click here for what may also be accepted.
How to Apply
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We regularly visit Norway to meet with prospective students. See below for a list of some upcoming events we will be attending in Norway. If you would like to meet us, please contact us at email@example.com or feel free to simply come along.
Vi deltar på følgende yrkes- og utdanningsmesser i 2017:
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March - In March we will be visiting Tromso and other cities to be announced soon. Please see the link below for further details and how to register.
If you are able to come to the UK to visit then we would love to show you around the University and answer any questions you may have. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a visit.
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Funding and Scholarship Information
Please see below a number of funding opportunities for Norwegian students coming to study at the University of Winchester
Lånekassen – Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund
Lånekassen - Page for the support for students with disabilities
The University of Winchester International Students Scholarship
Students from Norway do not normally require a visa to study in the UK.
Visits by the International Office and our Local Representatives
Representatives from The University of Winchester regularly visit Norway to meet with students as well as to visit and provide talks and seminars at schools, colleges, universities and at our local representative's offices. If you would like to meet someone from the University during our next visit to Norway to talk about the University, the programmes we offer and for information on applying then please contact us to make an appointment.
We also have a number of local representatives and agents who have offices in all major towns and cities in Norway. If you would like to speak to someone locally or would like their contact/office details please contact us and we will be happy to provide you with the information.
The British Council in Norway are an excellent source of Information on studying in the UK. Their website and contact details can be accessed by clicking here.
for Norwegian Students Abroad (ANSA)
Click here to access the website for the association for Norwegian students abroad.