Welcome to the country information for students from Norway.
We visit Norway on average four times a year, usually in January, February, April and September, always in Oslo. Find out about our scheduled visits.
Kingston University has welcomed students from Norway into many departments, including Business, Art and Design and Social Sciences.
Students from Norway are attracted to Kingston University by its international reputation in teaching quality, supportive learning environment and proximity to London.
See what our Norwegian students think about studying at Kingston:
"I have really enjoyed Kingston. It is a small place where you can easily get to know people and create social networks. London is so close you can travel in for the day or night to shop or party but still manage to get home quite easily. I have worked at a bar the entire time I've been here; I have made many contacts and some great friends."
Ann-Mari Lillelokken, Psychology BSc(Hons)
European Economic Area (EEA) citizens – the 25 EU countries plus Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway – and Swiss nationals have the right of free movement and residence in the UK.
Across the Pond is our official representative in Norway. Their team of UK study experts would be happy to help you with your application as well as answer any questions you may have about the university, our courses and local funding from Lånekassen. Across the Pond also holds information on relevant scholarships for you, both from our university, and other sources.
* You will be able to get information about Kingston University by contacting Across the Pond at any time, or by attending any of their events throughout the year.
If you would like information on Kingston University, our courses or assistance with your application, please contact one of our representatives in Norway.
If you would like further information about studying and living in the UK, please visit www.britishcouncil.org/norway or contact the British Council: