Applicants from countries in Central and Eastern Europe, Central Asia and developing countries are eligible to apply for Quota funding. Applicants who live in another country than their country of citizenship, either temporarily or permanently, can not apply.
Applicants from institutions with which MF has a formal cooperation agreement are eligible to apply. Preference is given to applicants who are linked to active and ongoing formalized cooperation/projects within the specific subject area.
Quota applicants may apply for selected Master's degree programmes and PhD programmes. Applicants studying Scandinavian studies in their home countries may also apply for a one-year advanced Norwegian language programme.
Quota funding covers student housing and basic living expences for one person during the study period. The funding is given as part loan/part grant by the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund. After completing the programme and returning to the student’s home country, the loan part is converted to a scholarship. If residence is taken in Norway within ten years after termination of studies, the scholarship is converted back to a loan and must be repaid.
• Formal admission requirements for Master's degree programmes
• As admission is extremely competative, applicants should have excellent academic records
• Linkage to an institution with a formal cooperation agreement with the MF
• Comply with the rules and regulations set by the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund
• 1 December
How to apply
F0llow this lik for the application form for 2013 Quota admission.
All documents must reach our office by 1 December. Late or incomplete applications will not be processed.
Required supporting documents.
Final notification of admission will be made available by January for Master's degree applicants .