Greetings from Nordmarka, Oslo!

Hello everyone! Today we at the Master Administration received two postcards! It was exciting to see Maggie Yang and Huan Chen experiences in Norway as second year Master of Science students from Australia and China, respectively. We wanted to share them with you, look at this! Maggie Yang’s: Take a look here to know more…

Iconic Norway.

One of the things I have liked the most about Norway is its landscapes and nature. I find them breathtaking and inspiring. Just look at this: I found «Iconic Norway» when I was looking for a way to explain my mother how fascinating this country can be. The Norwegian short film was directed by film…

Next Stop: New Zealand.

Hello everyone! Today Nat, a second year Master of Science in Business – Strategy major student , is telling us about his experience during the exchange he did in Auckland University of Technology. As a BI student, you get the opportunity to study a semester abroad in any of our more than 200 partner Universities,…

QS World Grad School Tour 2017 – Milan

Ciao! Last Monday BI Norwegian Business School was in Milan! And we could not be happier with the great number of participants attending the QS World Grad Tour, we met really good candidates interested in our programs, specially on our brand new MSc in Business Analytics and in  Quantitative Finance. We will be attending more fairs: Moscow…

Joy, BInner and BIrthdays.

Hola hola! Midterms arrived and we are already half way through the semester! However, we should always find some time to relax and enjoy. Last Tuesday, on the 10th of October, we celebrated at BI the World Mental Health day with a Joy Festival! Many fun and caring activities were organised by Studentpartner, an office at BI…

Riga rhymes with Oslo.

Hello everyone! Let me introduce to Rolands, a first year Master student from Latvia. Here he tells us about his motivations and expectations about the Master of Science in Business, majoring in Strategy. Following our last post He is one of this year’s scholarship recipients! Name: Rolands Englands Degree from BI: MSc in Business –…

QS World Grad Tour 2017 – Mexico

As a student, attending an international Grad School fair can be understandably challenging. Our aim at BI Norwegian Business School is to ease the decision process for prospective international students. Through these fairs, we give them special insight into the application process and what it means to be a Masters student at BI. Fair attendees…

Master Buddies – First Edition

Hey there, it is Emma again! This post is about the highlight of the Orientation week. This year we introduced the Master Buddy Programme. In BI Norwegian Business School, we want to address and fulfill the expectations of all our freshmen, so we went for it and recruited second year Master Students that were willing…

Getting a Master Mind.

The class of 2019 just had their first day at school on Monday, and honestly my favorite part is the Mastermind Games, an event aimed to kick start your first day as a Master student at BI. These games will test your abilities through different obstacles that will incite group work, positive discussion and cooperation. This…

From Hai Phong City to Oslo, to become a Master.

Hello everyone! Let me introduce to Ha, an incoming first year student from Vietnam. Here she tells us about her motivation and expectations to study the Master of Science in Business, majoring in Leadership and Change. Name: Pham Thu Ha Degree from BI: MSc in Business – Leadership and Change Graduation Year: 2019 Hometown: Hai…

How is it to work during the summer in Oslo?

We asked two MSc Student Assistants that work at the Master Administration at BI Norwegian Business School to tell us about their summer job. Check out this video featuring Anh from Vietnam and Ryan from the United States, both Finance students from 1st and 2nd year respectively.     Many students find great summer jobs…

Felles Ferie!

July is upon us and in Norway that means FELLES FERIE (WOOHOO!) What it actually means is that most Norwegians are on vacation at the same time.  Many organizations, including BI Norwegian Business School, operate using a skeleton crew. They do not shut down, but there are very few people working. This helps student assistants…