Why Norway? Perspective of a Venezuelan Finance Student

This post was written by first year MSc in Finance student Giuliana Ciccone Lara I have dreamt about coming to Norway for quite some years. While it was not possible for my bachelors, I was able to make it as an exchange student—interestingly, there was only one spot for BI for the whole university. I…

From India to Norway

This post is written by first year MSc in Business Analytics student Abhijeet Singh. Joining BI Norwegian Business School, the premier institute of Europe was a dream come true for me. I’m Abhijeet Kumar Singh from the capital city of Chhattisgarh, India currently pursuing MSc at BI which is 2-year, full-time program. The initial week…

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…

Budget Tips for Students

Norway is not as expensive as you think if you know the right tricks! Here are some tips that help you save some money but still enjoy life as a student! Housing Stay at a student housing: Rent for student housing is lower compared to those in the private market. As an international student, it…

The Univerity of Münster Case Competition

Ever-growing interest in Case Competitions should not surprise anyone as they provide one of the best opportunities for students to grow and reach for the stars. BI’s Experiential Learning team is working hard to provide different learning opportunities that encourage the use of analytic and solving skills, team building and boost the exchange of new…

From IB to Norway

Name: Madeleine Hjelmstierna Program: Bachelor of Business Administration High School: The International High School of the Gothenburg Region Hometown: Gothenburg, Sweden IB Subjects: Swedish A Lang Lit SL, Psychology SL, Mathematics SL, English B HL, Computer Science HL, Business Management HL My name is Madeleine Hjelmstierna and I’m currently in my first year of the…

NHH International Case Competition 2019

The post is written by Andreas Askim Vatne and Orpheas Lillikas on behalf of team Lefta Consulting, the team that represented BI in 2019 NHH International Case Competition. The other two members of Lefta Consulting are Helle Lyng Svendsen and Nicholas Sundet. All four members are 3rd year Bachelor students at BI. A week to…

Master’s in Bergen: From Vietnam to Norway

I graduated from National Economics University, Hanoi in 2015. After graduation, I worked in Ho Chi Minh City: 1 year in HR department at Masan Consumer and 3 years in Operations department at Generali Vietnam Life Insurance Company. In both of these two companies, I was recruited in a Management Trainee program so I had…

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…

From Russia to Norway

имя: Елена Фоменко Город: Санкт-Петербург, Россия  Программа обучения в BI: MSc in Strategic Marketing Management  Образование до BI: бакалавриат Высшей Школы Менеджмента СПБГУ, направление Менеджмент, специальность Финансовый менеджмент В свой последний год обучения на бакалавриате финансовому менеджменту я задумалась об образовании за границей в смежном, но отличном от финансов направлении. Тогда я начала искать подходящие…

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…

Education System at BI

Nailing down the perfect class schedule can be difficult, especially when the education system is different from what you are used to. Knowing what expect from your classroom structure and exam schedule are important for understanding an unfamiliar system and mapping out what a typical day, week or even semester might look like. Here are…