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Best Universities for PHD Programs in Norway 2023

Number of institutions: 38
    • Lillehammer, Norway

    INN University was established on 1 January 2017 following a merger of Hedmark University of Applied Sciences and Lillehammer University College. The new institution operates from 6 campuses located in south-east Norway and houses together 16.000 students.

    • Oslo, Norway

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    • Trondheim, Norway
    • Alesund, Norway
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    NTNU has a main profile in science and technology, a variety of programs of professional study, and great academic breadth that also includes the humanities, social sciences, economics, medicine, health sciences, educational science, architecture, entrepreneurship, art disciplines, and artistic activities.

    • Fornebu, Norway
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    • Tromsø, Norway
    • Kirkenes, Norway
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    UiT The Arctic University of Norway is a medium-sized research university that contributes to knowledge-based development at the regional, national, and international levels.

    • Trondheim, Norway
    • Toulon, France
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    The University of Toulon was founded in 1968 and is an interdisciplinary institution with 3 campuses. The University offers a hundred different degrees (excluding medical school) and operates 15 Research Units. Well-established throughout the region, the University of Toulon works closely with the region’s social and economic institutions to tailor its academic programs and research activities to their needs.

    • Ås Municipality, Norway

    NMBU has studies and research that meet the major global issues of the environment, sustainable development, better public and animal health, climate challenges, renewable energy sources, food production and land and resource management.

    • Majorstuen, Norway

    OsloMet is an urban university with a diverse academic profile and a clear international orientation. Through the research we conduct and the students we educate, OsloMet seeks to respond to the needs of society and the labour market. OsloMet is forward-thinking and committed to adopting new technologies and innovative solutions that improve the way the university is run.

    • Halden, Norway

    Østfold University College has around 100 studies taught in new and modern premises. The university college has a total of just under 7,000 students. There are nearly 3,600 ordinary students at campus Halden, nearly 2,400 ordinary students at campus Fredrikstad, and nearly 1,000 students are taking continuing and further education programmes under the auspices of HiØ VIDERE (Centre for Continuing Education) at both campuses.

    • Grünerløkka, Norway

    The Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO) offers a unique research-based education of international standing. Established in 1945, today it has built a solid national funding base and is prominently ranked internationally. AHO awards three master’s degrees in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Design, as well as a PhD programme.

    • Kristiansand, Norway

    The University of Agder is one of Norway's newest universities, but its roots span more than 190 years of history.

    • Bergenhus, Norway

    The Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design (KMD) offers BA, MA and PhD programmes based on an internationally recognised level of artistic research. We educate future artists, designers, performing musicians, composers, music therapists, musicologists, curators, and music and art teachers.

    • Bergenhus, Norway

    The University of Bergen is situated in Norway's second largest city. Our students love the fact that they can enjoy a bit of city life with plenty of cultural events and simultaneously make use of Bergen's unique opportunities for outdoor adventures.

    • Volda, Norway

    Welcome to Volda! The place you will remember for a long time after you have finished your studies. The warm spring day, the biting cold winters, the feeling of fresh snow on your skin.

    • Ullevål, Norway

    The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at the University of Oslo holds a long and proud tradition within research and education in Norway.