Please read the admission requirements carefully before you submit your application.
Tuition fees and financing for non-EU/non-EEA citizens
Possible tuition fees in 2023
The Norwegian government has proposed the introduction of tuition fees for students from countries outside the EU/EEA/EFTA, starting in autumn semester in 2023. A final decision is expected by mid-December 2022.
Until further notice, applicants from countries outside the EU/EEA/EFTA applying for a master's degree at OsloMet starting in 2023 must be prepared to pay tuition fees.
This does not apply to exchange students from partner universities, or to students from the EU/EEA/EFTA.
More information will be provided once it is available.
Financing for non-EU/non-EEA citizens
OsloMet does not offer any scholarships.
In order to be granted a student residence permit in Norway, you must document your ability to finance your stay. The required amount to deposit is currently NOK 128 887 (for the full academic year 2022/2023).
There are no tuition fees for international master's degree programmes at OsloMet, however there is a semester registration fee of approximately 1000 NOK, and there may be additional material fees for some programmes.
Information about specific admission requirements is available on the webpage of each individual programme.
To apply for any master's degree you need
- an average grade of at least C (according to the ECTS grading scale) on your bachelor's degree
- to meet the requirements for English proficiency
The Norwegian grade C is described as a good grade, generally comparable to a B in the American system, or a Second Class Upper in the British system.
Please note that bachelor’s degrees from some countries may not be recognised as equivalent to a Norwegian bachelor’s degree. Significant differences between education systems in Norway and the country of origin may result in that only parts of the foreign education will be recognised as equivalent to Norwegian higher education.
Please note that eligible applicants who fulfill the minimum grade requirement will compete for a place on the programme. Meeting the minimum average grade requirement does not guarantee admission, since the admission process is highly competitive. Applicants are ranked based on the grade point average from the bachelor’s degree.
You are only qualified if you meet the admission requirements. If you are not qualified, your application will be rejected.
During the online application process, you upload all the documents that are required for your application. They have to be scans of the original documents, preferably PDF files. You have to submit all required documents within the deadline. The last date for submitting/receiving documents is 1 November.
There are different application deadlines based on which country you are from:
- 1 November: Admission for applicants from countries outside of the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland.
- 1 March: Early admission for applicants from the EU, the EEA, Switzerland, and for non-EU/EEA citizens with a Norwegian national ID number residing in Norway.
- 1 March: Admission to the Master's Degree Programme in Product Design for applicants from the EU, the EEA, Switzerland, and for non-EU/EEA citizens with a Norwegian national ID number residing in Norway.
- 15 April: Admission for applicants from the EU, the EEA, Switzerland, and for non-EU/EEA citizens with a Norwegian national ID number residing in Norway.
The application portal opens on 15 October for the deadline 1 November, and on 1 January for the March and April deadlines.
How to apply
You apply and upload your documents via the application portal Søknadsweb (fsweb.no).
- Enter your name as written in your passport.
- Use one e-mail address to avoid creating multiple user IDs and applications.
- Use a valid postal address (street, street number, postal code, postal area and country).
- You can apply to one study programme.
- Your application will be considered invalid if you have not uploaded any supporting documents within the deadline. Invalid applications will not be processed.
- All applicants are sent a receipt via e-mail confirming that the application was recieved. A receipt can also be viewed in Søknadsweb under "My apllications" in the menu at the top of the page.
All correspondence from the Admissions Office regarding your application will be done via e-mail. Admisssion decisions are sent via e-mail and published in Søknadsweb.
The are no current restrictions in Norway.
Questions about admission
If you didn't find the answer you were looking for, check out our page Frequently asked questions about master's admission
You can contact us by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Master's at OsloMet
Continue your education in the vibrant capital city of Norway. You can choose between seven different programmes taught in English across different academic disciplines.