BI Norwegian Business School is an entrepreneurial success story. First established as a night school by Finn Øien in 1943, in the midst of WWII, BI is now the leading business school in Norway and the second largest in Europe.
BI has a strong connection to the business world. In fact, one in four Norwegian business leaders graduated from BI. That is more than any other school in Norway. So if you are planning a career in Norway, chances are high that someone who understands your education will interview you.
Each researcher and student has an independent responsibility for conducting research activities within the current ethical framework.
BI as an institution is responsible for the organization of ethical research choices, i.e. the research ethical infrastructure.
BI sets the same requirements for research ethics and scientific methodology in the examination questions at the Executive level as in our other courses. Executive students often retrieve data from their own business and / or own use.
BI’s Career Portal gives you the opportunity to post vacant positions and promote career events in your company/organisation.
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Our four partners, SiO, Diakonhjemmet, Anker, and BSN, offer affordable single rooms in student housing units across the city of Oslo.
Student housing is generally the most affordable accommodation you will find in Oslo and also one of the best ways to meet new people. You can quickly build your social network and make new friends by living exactly where so many other students choose to live.
International students at BI will not receive student accommodation in Oslo if they do not submit the Pre-Application for Housing.
We also work with SAMMEN in Bergen to secure student accommodation near our campus in this harbour city on the west coast of Norway.
The library services available at BI Norwegian Business School include the main library in Oslo, the libraries at Bergen, Trondheim and Stavanger campuses, as well as the digital library, which is always open!
Our nurses can help answer any questions you have about physical or mental health - you can ask them anything. This option is usually faster and more affordable than a doctor.
Natural light and open spaces give the BI campuses the sensation of a small village; a place where everybody can feel at home. However you prefer to study, there is a place for you.
In Oslo, the building is covered by a glass ceiling and comprises four blocks on seven levels. The open and transparent campus building exposes the activities in the building to the surrounding streets and public spaces. The open terraces, galleries, small nooks and quiet areas thave been created as special meeting places and to add life to the building.
Our modern campus in Bergen is located near industry clusters and boasts its own beach. Enjoy studying while gazing at the harbour right outside your classroom window.
In Oslo, the Athletica Nydalen gym is located right in our campus building. This gym, operated by SiO, has a wide range of facilities and services, including personal train and group sessions.
BISO represents students at all our campuses. And there are many student associations ranging from professional associations to sports to social activities. The newly formed BIISA association represents international students at BI.
My experience at my university was great and spectacular. It molds me who I am today.
Interesting courses, good students-environment, huge classes (100-200 students in each class), you don´t have a close relationship with your professors. Allot of social activities arranged by the school
I think it is a good university with nice teachers. The subjects are easy to understand and the way they teach is quite thorough. However it can be difficult to come in contact with new students, which is a bit sad. It is also not easy for international students to get in contact with the local students. The building itself is very pretty, and the university is surrounded...
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