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NHH Norwegian School of Economics

NHH Norwegian School of Economics is one of the leading business schools in Europe. NHH has an internationally recognised research environment and is the first choice for students who want to study business administration in Norway.



In close cooperation with the business community and society, we are developing new knowledge and creating values for a sustainable future.

NHH has an international profile and cooperates with 170 universities and business schools in more than 50 countries. We have 3,400 students and 400 employees.


NHH aims to be an international leader in selected research areas. The Departments are our core units, while the centres of excellence are our spearheads. NHH faculty are in high demand as experts in the business world, the media and society as a whole. Together with associated institutions SNF and AFF, NHH forms the most advanced research environment in economics and business administration in Norway.


Kickstart your international career. The International Career Centre serves as a focal point for NHH students with international ambitions and the international business sector.

Global Student Satisfaction Awards 2019

GSSA 2019

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University Ranking

Academic Ranking of World Universities by Shanghai Jiao Tong University
901 -100
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Student services

  • NHH has seven administrative offices, some of which are further dived into sections, a service centre, a unit for external activities and the Rector's staff.
  • The Deputy Rector for Academic Affairs heads the Office of Student and Academic affairs, the Vice Rector for Research heads the Office of Research Administration, the Vice Rector for Faculty Affairs heads the HR-office and the Vice Rector for Innovation and Development heads the Unit for External Activities. The other offices have administrative directors.

Housing services

If you are an international student admitted to English-language MSc programme, you are guaranteed housing through the Student Welfare Organisation in Bergen (Sammen).

ICT services

The IT Office is responsible for the school's computer systems and services. This includes the procurement, establishment and operation of services, purchases, configuration and maintenance of personal computers, and user support for staff, students and guests.

Student Life

Sports facilities

NHHS activities range from sport clubs for football, basketball and outdoor activities, to financial and entrepreneurial groups, school newspapers, a TV channel, a photography group, a dance group and several choirs.

Student clubs

As an NHH student, you automatically become a member of NHHS, one of the most active student associations in Norway. Participating in one or more of the association’s activities, gives you a chance to make new friends, pursue your interests and gain new experiences. 72 per cent of the students reports to be engaged in different student groups.

Student Reviews

Anonymous rated 5 out of 5 stars

Very high quality of teaching stuff and learning environment; professors are amicable and there is a wide range of international opportunities.

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Anonymous rated 4 out of 5 stars

it was a very good experience study in science university I learnt a lot with colleagues and professors that I had during the years that I was there the things that I like the most was programming , database , mathematics, electronics ,system analysis and my dream was always to mines but the opportunity in my country are very few or 90% of people who does middle school do...

Anonymous rated 4 out of 5 stars

If you like interaction with the professor challenges will occur since there is 400 people in every lecture.