For the study year 2019-2020 the immigrations authorities require documentation of financing in the amount of NOK 121 220. Double degree students studying only one semester at NMBU, can transfer funds for the relevant semester. The financing amount is NOK 55 100 for the autumn semester in 2019 and 66 120 for the spring semester in 2020. If the student does not currently reside in Norway, the primary method to document sufficient funds to the immigration authorities is by transferring funds to a Norwegian bank account in the student's name. Contact your nearest Norwegian Embassy/Consulate for further information or read the UDI pages. The student shall bear transaction costs charged by all banks. The university will provide confirmation once the funds are received in Norway for the study permit application.
If you would like to use the service mentioned above, please follow the instructions below:
The funds must be transferred in one installment no later than 1 May 2019 to start the study permit process. The university takes no responsibility for funds that cannot be identified or have been transferred after the deadline. If you cannot meet the deadline, we advise you to apply again next year.
If the student fails to obtain a residence permit, the funds will be transferred back to the student.
Bank Account Information
NMBU administrates the bank account, however, the account holder name and address is:
STUDENTSAMSKIPNADEN I ÅS
(Foundation for Student Life in Aas)
1432 ÅS (Aas)
ACCOUNT NO: 5081 07 19181
IBAN NR: NO9850810719181
Mark the payment with your “Applicant No." or your "Student No." and your FULL name.
Bank Name and Address:
DNB NOR BANK ASA
STRANDEN 21, AKER BRYGGE
Tel: +47 915 04800
Email the transfer receipt to email@example.com clearly labeled with your applicant or student number.
Access to funds after arrival in Norway
Once the student has arrived in Norway, a cheque will be prepared to cover the initial costs until the student can open a bank account. Once the student has obtained a Norwegian personal number, the student can open a bank account. All the funds (minus any bank charges) will be transferred to this bank account. This whole process can take several weeks. For non-degree students who intend to stay in Norway for less than 6 months and cannot open a bank account, the university can make alternate arrangements for accessing the funds after the initial cheque.
Housing is organized through the University Foundation for Student Life (SiÅS) and is a separate organization. You can use part of these funds towards your housing deposit. A form is can be provided by SiÅs to authorise the housing payment from your funds. Any questions regarding payment for accommodation should be directed to the housing office at the University Foundation for Student Life: firstname.lastname@example.org.