You can apply for financial support for your studies, and check the progress of your application.
If you finished Norwegian upper secondary school (norsk videregående skole) in the year 2000 or later, your school report will most likely be registered in the National School Report Database (NVB).
Use "Karakterkalkulatoren" to sum up your points. With "Studievelgeren" you will get an overview of the courses of study you can apply for with your study points. You can also see which educational programs you must have on high school to get in to higher studies.
An overview over 500 professions you can educate for. You can search by interest and type of profession. "Jobbkompasset" is a help for students, teachers, school counselors and other that need an overview over what profession- and education possibilities that exists.
Studievelgeren will give an overview of the courses of study you can apply for through “Samordna opptak”, and the requirements needed to be accepted into the said courses. Some of the courses will have a local admission, and therefore will not be found in the list on the webpage. “Studievelgeren” is connected to “Karakterkalkulatoren”, where you can add up your points that indicates whether or not you will be granted access to take part in the course.
On this webpage you can crosscheck between your personal interests, education programs and professions, to see what a good fit for you could be. You will also find an overview of educational programs for high schools, vocational school, universities, colleges, and certified apprenticeship companies for every county in Norway. The webpage informs about the status of the laborer’s market, with information about employment in different fields and professions, on a county and municipality level. The webpage is maintained/updated through use of the “AA-registeret” and “Brønnøysundregistert.
As a common rule, you can not get unemployment benefit if your are a student. But there is some exceptions. If you wish to keep your unemployment benefit while you are a student, you have to apply for it. Read more about unemployment benefit and education on Nav.no
The digital collection of the National Library of Norway consists of digitized, Norwegian cultural heritage to be preserved and made available for documentation, research and use in a thousand-year perspective. The service has also been known as Bokhylla (The Bookshelf), but is growing continuously, both in volume and in available content types.
Here you can apply for recognition of higher education, tertiary vocational education, vocational education and training or teacher qualifications – school and kindergarten.
Here you can find international programmes and measures related to all levels of education.