Formal admission requirements - Master's level

 
Master UIT Arctic Norway

International applicants must meet the following 4 admission requirements to be eligible for admission to English-taught master's level study programmes:

If any requirement is not documented, the application for admission will be rejected, regardless of academic qualifications.

(proof of schooling equivalent to 3 years of Norwegian upper secondary school)

WHAT DOES GSU-LIST MEAN?

  • The GSU-list specifies the type of certificate/diploma of upper/high secondary education that are required from different countries around the world,
  • the number of years required for entrance to Norwegian higher education AND
  • whether a proof of English language proficiency is required or exempted.


NB!

All non-exchange applicants to study programmes at UiT must document their proficiency in English on an advanced level, either through education or an approved international examination/test. Exemptions apply to limited cases, see below.


RECOGNISED ENGLISH TESTS AND EXEMPTIONS
  • AVERAGE GRADE REQUIREMENT
    MASTER'S LEVEL STUDY PROGRAMMES

    - Degrees issued in Norway: An average grade C from a bachelor degree issued in Norway is the minimum requirement for admission to the master’s level.

  • - Applicants who hold a bachelor’s degree or equivalent issued in Europe, Canada, USA, Australia and New Zealand: An average grade C as a minimum requirement, or the corresponding numerical mark/percentage score is to be eligible for admission to master's level study programmes.

  • - Applicants who hold a bachelor’s degree or equivalent issued in countries other than the above mentioned region/countries: An average grade B as a minimum requirement, or the corresponding numerical mark/percentage score to be eligible for admission to master's level study programmes.

International applicants from outside the EU/EEA area, who are applying to our bachelor's or master's level study programmes, are required to document financial ability to cover their own living expenses for one academic year.

If financial ability is not documented, the application for admission will be rejected, regardless of academic qualifications.


HOW TO DOCUMENT PROOF OF FINANCIAL ABILITY


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SCHOLARSHIPS AND FREEMOVER

UiT The Arctic University of Norway does not offer scholarships to cover your living expenses in Norway unless you already have one before your arrival or under certain exchange schemes in collaboration with your home university.

The Quota Scheme scholarships and Freemover admission have been phased out. There will be no further admissions under these schemes.

Questions

International Office

E-mail: international@uit.no



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