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…

How to land a job in Norway!

This post is written by Olga Mozhayskaya, Aiza Aidekova  and Ha Thu Pham – First year MSc. students. Getting hired in Norway is not impossible! Masters students from BI are becoming more sought after and in 2017. A total of 77% of all Masters students were employed before finishing their degree (information from BI official website)….

Summer activities in Oslo

This blogpost was written by Bjørn Erik Lønø, John Hill Yip and Svein Solhaug, first-year MSc in Business students from Norway If you have not been to Norway before it may seem like a cold, mountainous, snowy country. But it doesn’t mean we don’t have warm and sunny days in the summer as well, and there are…

May 17th – Norway’s National Day

Tomorrow Norway will celebrate its National Day – the best day of the year for most Norwegians. Norway’s Consitution was signed on May 17th, 1814 and marked the beginning of a new era in the history of Norway and brought its independence closer. Oslo will be full of festivities to celebrate this special day, and…

10 Awesome Things To Know About Food In Oslo

This blogpost was written by Henrik Norem, Mauricio Monzón del Castillo and Mithila Mehta, first-year MSc in Strategic Marketing Management students at BI If you’re one of those people who loves food or lives for food (we feel you!) Oslo is a great destination. Whether it is the hip, vibrant hangouts of Grünerløkka, the plethora…

Living on a budget in Norway

Life is expensive in Norway. It is inevitable to think about your spendings all the time when you have a small Budget. This article will give you some tips about how to live on a budget. Our motto will be “TILBUD”! POCKET-FRIENDLY SHOPPING TIPS Where should we go? Grönland is a very popular neighborhood downtown near…

Easter in Norway – a holiday packed with traditions!

As an MSc student at BI, the Easter holiday seems like the perfect opportunity to finally catch up on or get ahead with schoolwork. But be aware, most Norwegians travel to their cabins (“Hytte”) in the snowy mountains making Oslo feel like an abandoned city for a week. Adoration of nature is a vital ingredient…

God jul!

If you hadn’t already noticed, Christmas is a big deal in Norway. And it comes with a whole host of unique traditions. Whether you have been invited to celebrate with a Norwegian family or are planning your own celebration, here are some handy tips to make sense of juletid in Norway. Visit a Christmas market:…

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…

Surviving Winter in Norway

Looking out the window this morning, it was suddenly very clear—winter really is on its way! Whether you grew up in a place with cold winters, or if this is the first time you’ve seen snow, anticipating the next several months this close to the Arctic Circle can be daunting. Luckily, Norwegians are pros at…