Are you going on exchange to Belgium (Flemish Community), Czech Republic, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Sweden, or Denmark?
Erasmus Intensive Language Courses (EILC) give students the opportunity to study less widely used and less-taught languages of the European Union, for two to six weeks in the host country.
Participating students do not have to pay a fee and may be awarded a supplementary Erasmus grant for the duration of the course.
More information, including application form, can be found on the Erasmus website.
Applications must be sent by email to the International Office at BI.
Be aware that there is no guarantee of availability, as some schools might have a limited number of places in the course.
Language scholarship from Lånekassen
The State Educational Loan Fund (Lånekassen) offers a language scholarship to students studying in a different language than English. For more information regarding criteria and how to apply, see the Lånekassen website.
French- Norwegian centre at the University of Caen
4 weeks intensive course in French in August.