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ABOUT BI

 

BI Norwegian School of Management is an internationally recognized and accredited, private institution located in Oslo, the capital of Norway. BI has one of Europe’s largest and most productive academic environments in the area of business economics and administration, marketing, finance and general management.

 

BI is a school for people who want wide scope, accessibility and flexibility, as well as depth, specialization and an international perspective. In May 2008, BI obtained the status of a “specialized university institution” under the Norwegian Higher Education Act

 

·        EQUIS accreditation since 1999, and reaccredited in 2005 and 2010

·        Research oriented

·        Wide range of educational programmes taught in English: Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Shipping Management, Master of Science, PhD and Executive MBA programmes

·        State-of-the-art learning and teaching facilities

·        19,931 students of which 52% are part-time

·        Oslo campus is home to over 6330 undergraduate and postgraduate students

·        370 faculty members

Read more about BI at www.bi.no/aboutbi

 

 

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

 

The bachelor of business administration programme at BI Norwegian School of Management will give you a taste of what globalization and internationalization are all about: a taste with a Scandinavian flavour, which will prepare you thoroughly for a career in international business or further postgraduate studies.

 

The programme will enable you to:

·        Interact with and learn from an international group of fellow students with diverse cultural backgrounds.

·        Spend a one-semester exchange period one of BI’s many international partners

·        Work and study in a state-of-the-art and exiting learning facility of innovating Scandinavian design

·        Earn a solid first degree in business at a fully accredited and internationally recognized business school

The Bachelor of Business Administration programme is taught entirely in English

 

NORWAY

 

Friendly, down-to-earth people, unique scenery, summer nights bright as day and delightful snowy winters make Norway a very special country. It is a very safe country to live in. Its crime rate is amongst the lowest in the world and its environment and air amongst the cleanest.

 

It is easy for a foreigner to feel at home in Norway. English is widely spoken and coping with day-to-day life in Norway doesn’t require proficiency in Norwegian. There are approximately 4.9 million Norwegian and they are considered to be friendly and open to strangers.

 

Norway is one of the world’s richest countries in per capita term. Shipping, pulp and paper products, chemical, ship - building, and fishing are the most significant traditional industries. Norway’s emergence as a major oil and gas producer in the mid-1970s has lead to increases in Norwegian production costs and wages compared to the rest of Western Europe. Employment remains currently high, and the prospects for economic growth are encouraging.

 

Read more about Norway at www.bi.no/norway

 

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

 

Programme structure

The BBA programme is a three-year, 180 ECTS credits programme. As a general rule, each course has 7.5 credits and covers approximately 45 contact hours over a period of 12 to 14 weeks with lectures, seminars and case work. Class size may vary between 40 and 100.Group work, term paper preparation, and independent study are important elements in all courses.

 

The teaching has a practical approach with group project and case studies as in integral part. At the end of each semester, in November/December and in May/June \, there is an exam period of flour to six weeks.

 

Specializations

Before they start their third year, the students choose a specialization in Finance Marketing.

 

Exchange

Students have the opportunity to spend the 5th semester as an exchange student at one BO Norwegian School of Management’s 166 partner schools abroad. More information at www.bi.no/exchange

 

 

 

 

 

 

FIRST YEAR

 

SECOND YEAR

 

THIRD YEAR

 

1.SEMESTER

 

2.SEMESTER

 

3.SEMESTER

 

4.SEMESTER

 

5.SEMESTER

 

6.SEMESTER

 

Core course

Marketing

Management

 

Core course

Organizational

Behaviour and

Management

 

Core course

Microeconomics

Core course

Macroeconomics

Core course

Strategy

Programme course

International

Marketing

Core course

Managerial

Accounting

Core course

Financial Reporting

And Analysis

Programme course

Basic Financial

Management

Programme course

International Commercial Law (EU/EEA)

Programme course

Financial Decision

Making

Programme course

International

Economics

Core course

The Firm

Core course

Mathematics

Programme course

Business Research

Methods

Programme course

Managerial Accounting and Control

Specialization

Elective 1

 

Specialization

Elective 3

Programme course

Business Culture and

Ethical Dilemmas

Core course

Statistics

Elective

Programme course

Consumer Behaviour

Specialization

Elective 2

Specialization

Elective 4

(30)

(30)

(30)

(30)

(30)

(30)

 

 

STUDENT EXPERIENCES

 

BBA Learning Environment

The BBA learning environment is determined by the quality of BI faculty, BBA students and BI facilities. BBA faculty and students have an international outlook and share a fundamental curiosity that will take them to the heart of any business and management related matter.

 

Facilities

BI is future-oriented business school and is continually updating and improving its teaching facilities. The purpose-built Oslo campus offers an exciting and state-of-the art learning environment of innovating Scandinavian design. BI offers guaranteed housing to international students, on-campus health and welfare services, library and access to a fitness center. More information at www.bi.no/facilities

 

Student life

BI provides a wide range of services to make student life easier through organized activities by the Student Union.

More information at www.bi.no/studentlife

Bi offers a Norwegian language course.

More information at www.bi.no/norwegian

 

After having completed the BBA programme you will qualify for admission to most of the Masters Degree programme at BI Norwegian School Management or other renowned international business school. Visit www.bi.no/msc

Practical information

 

Tuition Fee

NOK 63,400 (approx. EUR 8,000; USD 10,800*) first year;

NOK 66,800 (approx. EUR 8,400; USD 11,300*) second and the third year

 

Living costs in Norway

Approx. NOK 85,000 per year

(approx. EUR 11,400; USD 14,500*) .

 

Part-time work during studies

There are good opportunities for part-time work for international students in Norway. Students are allowed to work 20 hours per week. Average per hour is around 14 EURO/18USD.

 

BBA scholarships

  • The BBA scholarships are intended for non-Norwegian applicants not residing in Norway, and cover one-third of the tuition fee for each year of the programme.

Total value: approx. NOK 60,000

  • A. Wilhelmsen Foundation Scholarship Programme

The A. Wilhelmsen Foundation scholarship Programme provides a two-year scholarship valued at NOK 150,000 per year, for up to two students each year.

 

     *  Exchange rates September 2010

 

Admission

  • General international university entrance qualifications (check www.bi.no/bba/apply for admission details) focusing on academic areas including mathematics
  • English language test: paper based TOEFL minimum score of 550, internet based TOEFL 80, or IELTS 6.0
  • Application essay including your international experiences and motivation for applying to the BBA programme, CV and passport copy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

    ACADEMIC YEAR GUIDELINE

    April 15            Application deadline

    June 1               Housing application   deadline                              

    Mid August      Welcome to BI and classes

                              commence

    Nov-Dec           Exam period

    Early January    Classes commence

    May-June          Exam period

    Mid June           Academic year ends

 

 

Complete application details and an online application form can be found at www.bi.no/bba/apply

 

More information about the BBA or MBA  programme visit www.bi.no/bba

Where and how can I find job vacancies in Norway, and how do I apply for them?

All job vacancies published in Norway can be found in the NAV job database.

Most of the vacancies are written in Norwegian, but you can find a number of job vacancies in English by using the pre-defined search to the right under “Related information”.

Remember that most employers in Norway place a lot of importance on Norwegian language skills to get both part-time and full-time positions.  It is important to have realistic expectations and understand the importance of thorough preparation at an early stage to increase you chances. Be proactive and creative

Be creative and think carefully about what you can offer potential employers.  Previous working experience (full-time, part-time or voluntary), education, positions of responsibility, previous achievements and personal skills are all important. Check our job search guide for more information about the job search process. Some Job Search Websites:

www.nav.nowww.nav.no
www.eures.no
www.eures.no
www.finn.no
www.finn.no
www.stillinger.no
www.stillinger.no
www.Jobb24.no
www.Jobb24.no
www.bi.edu/careers
www.bi.edu / nghề nghiệp

 

BI Library

 

The databases at the library can provide you with useful information about companies.  We strongly recommend you as a BI student to read online National and International Newspapers and search for company key information through databases like Business Source Complete.  Read more about these services at www.bi.no/library .  .

 

What can I do to find a job?

 

Learn the language

Norwegian language or another Scandinavian language is often a prerequisite for obtaining a job in Norway. However, some positions in the hotel and restaurant industry accept English as language skills. In the petroleum sector, English is usually the corporate language. We strongly recommend you to sign up for Norwegian language course to increase you job possibilities.Language course links:

www.Migranorsk.no , www.Migranorsk.no ,
www.bi.edu/exchange
www.bi.edu / trao đổi
www.velkommenoslo.no
www.velkommenoslo.no

Network 

Be proactive and involved in the student activities at Campus and mingle with the Norwegians in class.  INSA -The international Student Association at BI welcome you to attend their mingling events and you will get to know both international and Norwegian students.  They can be invaluable for your future career. Join student union www.sbio.no

 

Application Preparations

 

When applying for a job in Norway you have to include both focused curriculum vitae and coverletter. If you have questions regarding student jobs, your CV, how to write your application, or need interview tips, please visit www.bi.edu/careers


Visit our Careers Service office for a CV or Cover letter check ( Mon-Fri 9-11.30 am) or send us an emailto careersservice@bi.no , we also strongly recommend to sign up for our Job Search Seminar.However, you should start preparing yourself for the job search process already in your home country.

Student information

Here you will find information about different services that will make your student life at BI Norwegian School of Management easier.

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