Career Week 2019 BI Oslo

Last month, all students in BI Oslo campus had an amazing opportunity to meet their future potential employers right in Oslo campus. The Karrieredagene is an annual event organized in order to get prospective graduates and students familiar with Norwegian job market. «The goal of Karrieredagene is to be Norway’s leading link between students and…

My Journey to BI: From Ukraine to Norway

Name: Vladyslav Korohoda Degree programme: MSc in Quantitative Finance Undergraduate Degree: BSc in Economics Undergraduate University: National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy” Hometown: Zhytomyr Citizenship: Ukraine Motivation: I first heard about BI Norwegian Business School during the third year of my Bachelor studies. Since my alma-mater has a partnership with BI, I attended the open lecture…

My Journey to BI: From China to Norway

Name: Lening Wang Degree programme:BBA Undergraduate Degree: Bachelor Undergraduate University: Harbin University of Commerce Citizenship: Chinese Motivation: I first heard about BI Norwegian Business School when I saw the school in the QS Business Masters Rankings. I decided to go to BI because after watching several norwegian dramas, norwegian culture really hit me a lot…

Top 5 places to buy good yet inexpensive food

Written by: Oksana Buzynnyk, Ivanna Demchuk and Iryna Dadashova, first year MSc students at BI. As a student, you have to know places where to buy good food to support your mind and body with energy and vitamins. If you are a student in Norway, you definitely have to know places to buy good YET…

Internship in Norway: Five Tips to Boost Your Application

This post was written by Roberta Lemgruber from Brazil, first year MSc in Strategic Marketing Management student. Taking an internship is the perfect opportunity to apply the theoretical knowledge from the bachelor or master while acquiring valuable working experience. However, getting the desired position is still consider a challenge for several students. Generally, students struggle…

Life at Kringsjå and BSN

“Living in BSN” By Vladimir Khachaturov Hi everyone, my name is Vladimir and I have been living in BSN since August 2018. After getting enrolled in BI, I applied for housing, 3 different options and BSN was the priority one.  As a result, I got lucky and BSN provided me a room in a double…

Student Housing in Oslo

We know that it might be hard to find accommodation in a different city being a student. Therefore, we did some research and made a practical guideline for you. As a BI student you are guaranteed with student housing if you apply before the housing deadline, May 1st. If you have not completed your application…

Living Cost in Oslo

How much does student housing cost? How much do I need to live in Norway? How much do I need to pay for gym, phone and public transportation? If you also have these questions, this blog is for you! Living cost is one of the most frequently asked question from our students before coming to…

Why Oslo Event – a Night in the City Hall

This post is written by the MSc. students Lourdes, Karla and Guillermo. On January 23, 2019 the City Government of Oslo held a student reception in the City Hall for internationals students from BI Norwegian Business School, University of Oslo and Oslo Metropolitan University. The theme of the event was “Why Oslo?”, in which international…

Graduation day where students from across the globe shine

This post is contributed by Pham Thu Ha – Master of Business student in Leadership and Change major and student assistant at International Recruitment team. The graduation day for Master students is always full of happiness, pride, and expectations. As a second-year student, attending this event inspired me to work hard, not only to take…

Bergen, where Businesses welcome BI students!

Knut Sogner, Ph.D., Faculty in Department of Law and Governance at BI Norwegian Business School. He has taught «Doing Business in Norway» as an elective course for Master’s students in 2018. This interview provides a taste of how Big Businesses support the MSc in Business Majoring in Leadership and Change at Bergen BI. What is…

Merry Christmas! God Jul!

Every month BI holds a special dinner for our international students – BInner. The theme of the month changes everymonth as well as the food. Students can sign up as volunteers to help cooking or decorating. This November, our BInner is about Christmas, the place is decorated nicely with Christmas decorations and the special menu…