International resources

Norway

Norway has the fourth-highest per capita income in the world on the World Bank and IMF lists.

Norway has a well established public sector, comprising central, county and municipal governments. The majority of public sector workers employed by municipalities are in publicly funded educational institutions and the health and social services sector.

Norway has a wealth of natural resources and exports: oil, fish, wood and minerals.

Further resources
Study Abroad: Norway (Prospects)
Gives brief information on the higher education system, entry requirements, fees and funding, exchanges, and visas.
Studying Abroad: Norway (Targetpostgrad)
Gives an overview of the higher education system, courses, application procedures, fees and scholarships, exchange programmes, issues regarding recognition of qualifications in the UK, and visa requirements.
Working Abroad: Norway (Prospects)
Gives brief information on: job market, vacancy sources, work experience, volunteering, and visas and immigration.
Working Abroad: Norway (Targetjobs)
Gives information on: the job market, applying for jobs, vacancy sources, getting work experience, visa information, and living in the country.
Working in Europe (Norway)
Student-voted employer league tables and current economic data. Lists of companies represent the views of surveyed undergraduates from this country when they were asked who they most wanted to work for. Also gives indicators of general economic outlook and average salary information by sector.