Axiom offers professional guidance to Bangladeshi students who intend to study in Norway. We’ll be with you on each step from the initial general consultations to arriving in the country.
We’ll review your academic, professional and financial circumstances along with your future study and career plan. According to your needs, we’ll assist you in selecting a suitable course, place of study & all other related issues. You’ll get proper guidance from us, which will fully comply with the updated visa requirements.
Our dedicated and well-experienced counselors are always ready to assist you in every step, such as your first visit to our office, admission, visa procedure etc. until your departure to your desired destination.
The typical procedure that you must take before starting your study in Norway is as follows:
Discuss language proficiency requirements
Discuss eligibility requirements for admission
Discuss the amount of money required to study your higher study
Once you’ve decided what and where you want to study, your Axiom education advisors help you-
Complete the application to the institution of your choice.
Prepare application documents
Arrange to send the application fee. We’ll also provide you with a checklist for the documents.
At the time of application for admission, you’ll be required to submit several documents including proof of previous academic qualifications and, in most cases, proof of your English language ability.
By submitting your application through us you’ll be able to track the progress of your application as we send you automatic notifications of its progress. We also take the hard work out of tracking the applications by keeping in contact with the institution on your behalf.
Financing must be documented in one of the following ways:
A recent official bank statement/transcript in the applicant’s name.
A sponsor guarantee letter + sponsor’s recent official bank statement/transcript. The sponsor should be aware that the required sum must be available as soon as the applicant is admitted. Sponsor’s letter and documentation to be submitted by the applicant.
A letter confirming that you are eligible for a scholarship/student loan from your home country.
Proof of funding paid from within Norway if you have a scholarship or are in a Norway-funded educational program.
Proof of financing Norway
As you are a Bangladeshi citizen, you must document your ability to finance your stay in Norway, in order to be granted a study permit. The required amount is currently NOK 100 920 or app. 911307 taka.
N.B. : 1 Norwegian Krone (NOK) is equal to app. 9.03 Bangladeshi Taka
Please note that applicants who do not provide satisfactory documentation of financing within the application deadline will be considered ineligible for admission regardless of their academic qualifications.
Usually there are no tuition fees in most of the Norwegian Universities. However, most students must pay a small semester registration fee around NOK 550. This fee goes to student benefits and services offered by the Foundation for Student Life.
All set to study abroad in Norway but not sure what to do about your student visa?
So you’ve got your heart set on studying in Norway, but before you can embark on that journey you’ll need to get your student visa sorted. The process might seem complicated, but we’ve broken it down into easy steps.
In Norway, a student visa is known as a Study Permit. An international student wishing to study in Norway must apply for a visa in person. To lodge your visa application you’ll need to provide the recommended documents specified by the Embassy of Norway in Bangladesh.
Visa application form (duly filled up)
Photographs (35 mm×45 mm with white background)
All-Academic certificate, Registration card, Mark sheet.
The admission approval from the Norwegian educational institution you’ve been accepted into (Norwegian language institution, University or others)
Certificate of Eligibility for a Status of Residence (COE)
Documentation of financing
International students must document their ability to finance their stay in Norway in order to be granted a residence permit for study purposes.
Who must document financing?
The Norwegian Directorate of Immigration requires that citizens of countries outside the EU/EEA-area and Switzerland can provide documentation of financial ability, i.e. a minimum amount of money required to cover living expenses for one academic year in Norway.
As already explained earlier, the amount required of applicants to bachelor’s and master’s degree programs is currently NOK 100 920. (1 Norwegian Krone equals9.03 Bangladeshi Taka)
N.B. Except for passport and photos, every document should be provided (original and 1 photocopy).
Axiom will keep you updated as to the progress of your application and take the hard work out of tracking your application by keeping in contact with the visa office on your behalf.
Just like your admission application, Axiom Consultants will keep you updated as to the progress of your application and take the hard work out of tracking your application by keeping in contact with the visa office on your behalf.
We’ll notify you as soon as we know the outcome of your visa application so you can come in and collect your grant letter. In most cases, this is a positive response and it means you can also start planning your travel and accommodation for Norway.
At Axiom, we can help you organize your travel arrangements to begin your new student life in Norway. Axiom offers help and advice with sorting out suitable student accommodation, booking travel, opening a bank account, insurance and foreign exchange can all be arranged through us to make studying overseas easier!