Choosing a Business School: What should you consider?

This post is wirtten by first year MSc in Strategic Marketing Management student Maria Zhdanova and first year MSc in Finance student Ha Nguyen. Maria’s story of choosing BI Hello everyone, my name is Maria Zhdanova and I am a new person in Norway. Originally I come from Russia but after receiving a presidential scholarship I…

Oslo Coffee Culture

People from all parts the world celebrate the drink that brings energy, focus, and warmth – coffee.  Norwegians are no exception when it comes to their love for coffee and as a result, Norway has established a strong coffee culture. Whether you are grabbing a cup to recharge during an afternoon shopping trip or pouring…

Weekend hikes in Oslo

Oslo is surrounded by beautiful nature, there are lots of small hikes which lead you into green forests, to a peaceful lake, or to amazing panorama city view. They are all easy to access and relatively easy to get to. Here ae some of the most popular weekend hikes you can do to take a…

Weekly Podcast

Are you an international student wishing to study at BI Norwegian Business School? Then this podcast series is right for you! Our podcasts are hosted by Anastasiia, one of our international students. In the following nine episodes, she, together with students from all over the world studying at BI Norwegian Business School, explore the topics…

Top 5 Reasons to Study at BI

Program variety With over 20,000 students from 106 different countries, BI offers nine full-time MSc and two full-time bachelor programs in English. The variety of programmes at both a bachelor and master level are designed to appeal to students from around the world with different interests, educational backgrounds and levels of work experience. The diverse…

Languages of Norway

Moving to a new country almost always requires that you step out of your comfort zone and immerse yourself in a new language. Learning a new language, at least at a conversational level, is not only practical for navigating public transport, shopping at the grocery store or reading a menu, but it can also help…

5 Best Apps to Get for Life in Oslo

Too good to go “Too good to go” is the perfect app to satisfy your hunger and help the environment, all while staying on a budget. Let’s face it, eating out in Oslo is very expensive, but sometimes we just want to take a break from cooking and treat ourselves to a nice meal/ snack…

May in Norway – A Month with 3 Holidays!

May is a month full of holidays in Norway. You start with a day off on 1st of May, then in the middle of the month a big national celebration and end with another day off in the end of May. It is the exam period for our students, but there are still something you…

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…

Get the Chance to Visit Norway

Norway is known internationally as a leading country for gender equality. After all, gender quality is key to the economic prosperity of a nation. Are you interested in coming to Norway for an all-expense paid, week-long programme to learn more about gender equality and how important it is for the economy? BI Norwegian Business School…

Norwegian way of doing business – Bergen Trip!

This is our third installment to our series in the “Doing Business in…”elective course offered in Autumn 2018. Are you interested in finding more about Norwegian approach to business models? Have you ever considered working in Norway? What Bergen is famous for? If answer is YES,  you should definitely read what our guest have to…

Museums in Oslo

This blog post was written by Francisco Barbosa, Mähri Annagurban and Minja Rankov, second-year MSc in Finance students Munch Museum The Munch Museum opened its doors in May 1963, a hundred years after Edvard Munch’s birth, and houses the artist’s paintings, graphical prints, drawings, sculptures, books, and other various items. Edvard Munch (1863-1944) was a Norwegian painter…