Master Merit Society – New network for the best talent

To mark its 75th anniversary, BI Norwegian Business School launched the Master Merit Society for high performing MSc students. The Master Merit Society is designed as a platform for interaction between high performing MSc students, corporate partners, faculty, and the BI Alumni Advisory Board. MSc students that have been named to the Dean’s List, BI Presidential Scholars, QTEM…

“Bienvenue à Paris!” – Our experiences from the HEC Business Game

This blogpost was written by Rolands Englands from Latvia and Jens Helmes from Germany, first-year MSc in Business students at BI We are two MSc in Business students majoring in Strategy, and recently we challenged ourselves by participating in the HEC Business Game (HBG), a case solving competition held in the renowned HEC Paris campus….

QS World Grad School Tour 2018 – Russia

Meet us in Moscow and Saint Petersburg! Despite the cold weather and orange weather alert, we will be visiting Russia next week! Are you considering studying abroad? We would like to meet you at the QS Fair in Moscow and the QS Fair in St. Petersburg. Come see our presentation and visit our booth! We will…

Studying Finance at BI

Did you know BI Norwegian Business School offers three different Finance-related Master’s degree? MSc. in Business with a major in Finance Msc. in Finance MSc in Quantitative Finance The MSc. in Quantitative Finance is our newest program and starts this year. It aims at developing the quantitative and programming skills, as well as the knowledge…

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,…

International Students Meet Oslo’s Mayor

On October 12th, I joined over 300 other international students gathered at Oslo’s beautiful, Art-Deco City Hall to discuss how to make Oslo an even better city for foreign students. BI was well represented by a diverse cohort of our international classmates, as were the University of Oslo, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences,…

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…

QTEM: A Degree for the Future

Considering a master’s degree in business typically presents a lot of questions. What should you focus on? Do you need more specialist or generalist skills? What are industry leaders really looking for in new employees? If you have a passion for finance or economics, the QTEM Network (Quantitative Techniques for Economics and Management) has answers for…

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…

5 Ways to Learn Norwegian

Since almost everyone speaks English in Norway, it can initially feel like learning Norwegian isn’t necessary. But, while it is easy for us new international students to find our way around speaking only English, sticking to English can create a difficult hurdle to fully integrating into Norwegian social life, extracurricular activities and finding permanent work…

A Career Fair Beyond the Ordinary

I had seen advertisements for and heard talk about Karrieredagene in the weeks leading up to it, but I still wasn’t quite prepared for what a huge deal this career fair is! BI’s Karrieredagene career fair is the largest of its kind in Norway and one of the largest in Scandinavia. It attracts the leading Norwegian…