Find a Study Abroad Program with : Norway,Summer Program
    • University of Oslo

    • University of Oslo International Summer School

      The International Summer School is a center for learning in an international context with the aim of promoting understanding and good will among people around the world.

    • Hamline University

    • Hamline University School of Law: Norway

      This program offers students the opportunity to broaden their understanding of the American and Norwegian legal systems and allows them to study comparative law and international diplomacy in the setting of another country's legal system.

    • ASSE International Student Exchange Programs

    • ASSE International Student Exchange-Norway

      Living in another country for a year is something most people never have the opportunity to do. You'll return with new knowledge, cultural understanding, maturity and lifelong friends from your host country. ASSE programs are offered to you at cost.

    • BI Norwegian School of Management

    • BI Norwegian School of Management

      BI's summer programme is three-week intensive programme starting June 25: Intercultural Management - a Scandinavian perspective. The programme focusses on the meeting of Scandinavian/Norwegian cultures with other cultures in the international business arena.

    • University of North Dakota

    • American College of Norway Summer

      The program provides students with a very unique opportunity to study in a setting that allows a great deal of faculty-student interaction as well as the chance to develop lifelong friendships with Norwegian students studying at the American College of Norway. Faculty are Norwegian with one visiting American professor per semester.

    • Bodø Regional University

    • Bodo Regional University: Summer

      On the bases of United Nation's human rights our course Managing Diversity will focus on how to understand and relate to different kinds of conflicts in family, groups, religion, community and region. This will be done by lectures, group discussions and various cultural activity. The course language is English. The course offers 15 Ects credits.

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