UNIVARSITY.ORG | Study in Norway, Scholarships, A Complete Guide to PhD in Norway
Interesting information about Universities
information about Universities, University, complete university guide, university league tables, which university should i go to, which university course is right for me, which university gives the most scholarship, iipm affiliated to which university, which university is best for mba distance education, which university is the best in the world,
single,single-post,postid-37230,single-format-standard,ajax_leftright,page_not_loaded,,qode-title-hidden,qode-theme-ver-7.6.2,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-4.6.2,vc_responsive

24 Nov Study in Norway, Scholarships, A Complete Guide to PhD in Norway

Dear Students,
Dr. Jayachandra Naidu Sakamuri, founder of Guidance for Graduates, is a PhD in wind energy engineering from Department of Wind Energy, Technical University of Denmark (DTU). He was awarded the “Excellent Young Wind Doctor” Award for his significant research by European Academy of Wind Energy at Cranfield University,U.K. He was awarded scholarship by European Union Marie Curie Fellowship for his PhD at DTU, Denmark. He has pursued masters from IIT Kanpur and did masters internship as an exchange student at TU Berlin, Germany with DAAD Scholarship. He has more than 10 years of research experience and worked at different universities and industries in Europe. In 2016, he initiated “Guidance for Graduates”, an online platform to help students pursue education/research at foreign Universities. The primary objective of “Guidance for Graduates” is to provide guidance and support to students about University admission requirements, application procedure, scholarships, and other guidelines for Bachelor, Master, and PhD programs around the world.
For the consultancy on the application process and feedback on your application documents, to get relevant answers to your queries, contact us
Whatsapp: +45 9145 5871 +91 9121903461
Email: info@guidanceforgraduates.com, guidanceforgraduates@gmail.com
Web. www.guidanceforgraduates.com

This video presents the overview of the application procedure for PhD in Norway. It also highlights teh funding possibilities.
Scholarships, Free Education, Masters, PhD, Bachelors, Europe, no IELTS, No TOEFL
Welcome to guidance for Graduates. Hope our videos are helpful. Please subscribe and promote.

This video presents the complete guide for Ph.D. admission in Norway for international students.
For any queries, contact us email: guidanceforgraduates@gmail.com

Web: http://guidanceforgraduates.com/

Like, Share and Subscribe to Guidance for Graduates YouTube channel

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/guidanceforgraduates/

Second Slide:

As you all know, Norway has opened its doors to international students. Norway has 7 universities and 22 university colleges. All the universities and several university colleges are offering Ph.D. programs.

Therefore, in this video, I will give an overview of PhD application procedure and funding options for international students.

Second Slide: Duration of PhD programme

The minimum duration of a PhD program is 3 years on a full-time basis.

The duration of few PhD programs is over four years. In 4 year PhD programs, 25% of the time is reserved for teaching on courses for master or bachelor students.

I think this is a good opportunity to gain formal training and experience in university teaching along with PhD.

Third Slide: Requirements for a PhD in Norway

1. The student must have completed a Master’s degree with a strong academic record is required. Usually, a two year Masters with a thesis from a recognized institution is mandatory.
2. A Funding Plan: In order to be admitted to a PhD programme, the applicant may need to secure your funding in advance or apply for it alongside your main application.
Financing is an essential requirement for acceptance to a PhD-programme in Norway.
PhD-candidates are usually considered as employees of the admission university/institute in Norway. Most of the applicants receive funding from the University itself.

Fourth Slide: Application Procedure for PhD in Norway

Each institute/university has its own application procedure for doctoral candidates.
Therefore it is recommended to contact them directly for information on how to apply.
I will try to give general procedure followed by most of the Universities.

1. Fill the online application form at the respective University.
2. Submit a Project description, either complete version or preliminary one. If you are allowed to hand in a preliminary project description, a complete version must be made available within six months of admission.
3. Documentation of funding must be provided (If University funds you as a research fellow, mention that). Show the proof, if you have any other form of external funding.
Fifth Slide: Required Documents

Applications must be submitted electronically at the program website.

  • Bikram Bhatti
    Posted at 20:01h, 24 November

    Sir can we go diploma or any other course and what about spouse he can work or not and after study can we get PR of norway ???
    My whats app number is +919915330005

  • moumita paul
    Posted at 20:01h, 24 November


  • YaBoy Femy
    Posted at 20:01h, 24 November

    I saw on the University of Oslo that the doctorate programs were taught only in Norwegian. Are there any that are taught in English

  • Jenice Mckenzie
    Posted at 20:01h, 24 November

    How can I become an external PHD candidate?

  • fyz Shafiq
    Posted at 20:01h, 24 November

    I want to know spouse of Phd Student can do labour job in norway as a full time labour job

    Also elementry school kids of phd student can enjoy free school fee ?

    Thanks and waiting for your reply

  • Sidharth Aryan Vinod Zinka
    Posted at 20:01h, 24 November

    good sir..thank you.