Question by pathmanathan: i am from Srilanka.how much i want to pay to study medicine in Norway?
Answer by RWgirl
Uni is essentially free, but the cost of living is extremely high, and you have to document you have the funds to support yourself while you study (NOK 95 000/yr and goes up annually). You can’t count on being able to get a job in that time either. One is the practical considerations, medical school is time consuming and unskilled part time work is hard to come by.
The other thing is that your permission to work (20 hrs a week during studies, 40/hrs week during holidays) is only granted automatically for your first study permit, when you renew it (which you have to do annually), you have to get a letter from the school stating that working isn’t affecting your studies. Normally this isn’t an issue, but it very well could be with medical school.
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Question by KALIA: in Norway, do people primarily speak English or Norsk?
i am thinking about studying abroad in Norway and people have told me most everyone there speaks English. but people have also said they speak Norsk. Does anybody know what their primary language is?
Answer by GhostMan
they speak viking
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