Christmas on Campus

December is finally here, and although exams are in full swing, BI students have still found time to celebrate the holidays around campus. From a Christmas tree lighting to free coffee and cookies, read how BI celebrates the holiday season! Every year, BI hosts a Christmas tree lighting for students, faculty and staff. On the…

Activities in Oslo

This blog post is written by first-year MSc in Business students Paula Sprotte, Tim Federspiel, and Jonathan Rau. Oslo, Norway’s vibrant capital, is not just a good place to study with all its excellent educational institutions but also well known for its numerous outdoor activities. In order to succeed in your studies, it is important…

BIICC 2019

This post is written by BBA student specialised in Finance, Louis Grenez. About BIICC The BI International Case Competition is a case cracking competition organized by BI and SBIO, the student union at BI Norwegian Business School. For the participants of the BIICC, this 7-days event consist of visits, cultural happenings and of course the…

My first working experience in Norway

Name: Daria Stranadko Degree program at BI: MSc in Leadership & Organizational Psychology, 1st year Undergraduate Degree: BSc in Financial Management Undergraduate University: Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow I started working in Norway very recently – in January 2019. I am on my first year of the master program, and I was not expecting…

Top 3 Hikes in Norway

When thinking about The Great Outdoors, Norway comes up fast. It is easy to be awestruck by nature here. Deep fjords, eternal mountains, sudden cliffs, huge trees, colorful autumns — you name it, you got it. The idea that postcard-like landscapes are at your beck and call was definitely alluring for us (one might even…

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…

BI Team Competes in NHH International Case Competition 2018!

The post was written by Lars Meling, Tobias Helmersen, Ask Rask and Didrik Nygaard, 3rd year Bachelor students at BI.  “Bergen was a lot of fun, filled with experiences and opportunities to learn. One of the things I liked the most was meeting people from all over the world. I made a lot of new…

Master Merit Society – the network that you want to have during your Master degree

Master Merit Society was 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 students and presidents of academic associations get the opportunity to join all activities of the Master Merit Society….

Congratulations class of 2018!

On the 18th of October, Campus Oslo welcomed more than 2000 guests attending the Bachelor’s Graduation Ceremony. Around 650 graduates from 13 different Bachelor’s programmes were awarded their Bachelor’s degree from BI Norwegian Business School. The Graduation Ceremony was accompanied with beautiful music by Knut Ingolf Brenna on the guitar and Kim Rysstad and Solvei Grimen Fosse…

Congratulations to our 2018 Scholarship Recipients!

This September 12th, BI Norwegian Business School organized the 2018 Scholarship Awards Ceremony to welcome the new cohort of scholarship recipients from its Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes. The 71 outstanding awardees have demonstrated great motivation and excellent academic skills in a variety of fields. This year’s students come from 25 different countries, and 59% of…

Welcome to BI – BBA Matriculation

This post is written by Tzu-Wei Yang – Third year BBA student. Message from Inge Jan Henjesand, the President of BI Handelshøyskolen: On Monday at BI we welcome all the new BBA students from around the world. Life is full of choices, this year around 160 new students from more than 55 nationalities made their choice…

How to prepare for your bachelor at BI

Original post is written by Frida Boge, Alireza Khosravi, Jennifer Raines – First year MSc students, modified by Tzu-Wei Yang – Second year BBA student for the bachlor’s level. Whether you are coming directly after high school or from the working world, the transition to becoming a bachelor’s student can be challenging. Here are some helpful tips…