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Work in Norway

​It is important to have realistic expectations and understand the importance of thorough preparation at an early stage to increase your chances.​



​Most employers place a lot of importance on Norwegian language skills to get both part-time and full-time positions. In some areas e.g. the hotel, restaurant and the petroleum sectors, English is often accepted as the working language. 

We recommend you to sign up for a Norwegian language course to increase your job possibilities! 

Voluntary work is also a useful way to get to learn the language and build your network. 

 

BI presentation for new international students 

WorkinNorway.2012.pdfWorkinNorway.2012.pdf 

 

Language course links 

http://www.migranorsk.no/
http://www.bi.edu/incoming 

Guide to work in Norway

http://www.oslobusinessregion.no/work/

http://www.norwayexports.no/view-publications/

http://monda.no/

Check out the Competence Center for Immigrants for useful information about working in Norway: http://www.workinginnorway.no   


Network

Be proactive and involved in the student activities at Campus. INSA - The International Student Association at BI welcomes you to attend their mingling events and you will get to know both international and Norwegian students. Join the student union: http://sbio.no/
  

Last Modified: 30/04/2015 13:24