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About UiT

University of Tromsø – The Arctic University of Norway (UiT) — public non-profit university. It is located in Tromso, Norway. It is one of the youngest higher education institutions in the country. As a part of European University Association (EUA), University of the Arctic (UArctic), UiT is actively building the academic environment in Norway.

UiT conducts research in many fields of study. For more information, visit the official site.

LocationTromso, Norway
Establishment year1968
International students925
Acceptance rate10%
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UiT tuition fees

The academic calendar at UiT is divided into two semesters. For convenience, tuition fees are calculated per year. Norwegian education is free at all public universities. That's why you don't have to worry about paying tuition fees during your study at UiT. Students only pay a semester fee, which is about 102 USD per year. Check the university website for up-to-date information on tuition fees and available scholarships.

Accommodation, transportation, study materials, meals and personal expenses are all things to consider before applying to university.

Academic calendarSemesters
Semester fee102USD/year

Bachelor degree at UiT

School education in Norway lasts longer than 11 grades. Therefore, in order to enter an undergraduate program at UiT, applicants must complete 1 year of university in their home country or take one of the preparatory programs (A-Levels, IB, Foundation, etc.).

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UiT campus

The campus of the educational institution is suburban. The advantages of such a location include the ability to quickly get to the city, access to various types of recreation (in nature and in the city) and a close-knit student community. University students have access to the library. It contains a collection of scientific papers, textbooks and fiction. Not only locals study at UiT, but also students from other countries. The variety of cultures represented broadens the horizons of students and fills student life with all sorts of activities, the purpose of which is cultural exchange.

Campus TypeSuburban

What to do after graduation

Norway allows university graduates to stay in the country for one more year. Graduates can spend this time looking for a job in order to change their visa to a work one. Look for more immigration options in our article.

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