Universities in Norway

Higher Education in Norway

2022 Ranking of Norway Universities

What are Norway’s most famous universities? Topuniversitieslist has published the 2022 Norwegian University Ranking, which includes 29 Norwegian higher-education institutions that fulfill the Topuniversitieslist selection criteria:

  • being chartered, registered, or certified by the relevant Norwegian higher education-related body, and providing at least four-year undergraduate degrees (bachelor degrees) or postgraduate degrees (master or doctoral degrees) in a conventional, face-to-face, non-distance education style.

View the Topuniversitieslist League Table and University Rankings for 29 Norwegian Universities. The best universities in Norway is equipped with modern technologies. In each of the universities, students are taught by modern methods. This indicates the quality of the universities. The best universities in Norway offer online courses and programs to students. Students participate in these courses and programs and earn various certificates.The establishment of international academic relations leads to an increase in the number of students applying here from all over the world every year. New teaching methods are one of the main factors leading to the development of education. Universities are expanding cooperation with other countries, which leads to more students studying in other countries. The admission rate to these universities is to 60 from 65 percent. Students participating in the organized projects and conferences are invited to various programs by the university in the future. One of the main goals of the university is to become a university that meets international standards, has innovative, highly qualified personnel, and has the status of an international university.Every year, new faculties are created and personnel are trained for those faculties. Modern universities operate as a scientific-pedagogical unit. The new specialties are mainly specialties related to the era of globalization. Even when new specialties are created, students are always interested in these specialties. Students apply to these universities from all over the world. Prices for local and international students are different. If you want to get more information, you can see at Topuniversitieslist.

2022 Sub-rankings by provinces and territories

Norway has 11 counties (fylker in Norwegian) and they are divided into 356 municipalities.The largest and capital city of Oslo, Oslo County has many higher education institutions that meet and meet the criteria listed on Topuniversitieslist. All counties with at least two Norwegian higher education institutions matching the Topuniversitieslist selection criterion are included in the following Topuniversitieslist sub-rankings or league tables.

Hordaland (4)
More og Romsdal (2)
Oslo (11)
Trondelag (2)