उच्च शिक्षाको लागि नर्वेको तयारी गर्दै हुनुहुन्छ ? यस्तो बेला विधार्थीको मनमा धेरै प्रश्नहरु उब्जने गर्छन । त्यो संगै आफ्नो अभिभावकलाई पनि धेरै कुरामा मनाउनु पर्ने हुन्छ । यस्तै FAQs संकलन गरि ओस्लोस्थित विधार्थी संगठन NESCO नेस्कोले विधार्थीलाई सम्बोधन गर्दै मे २३ मा लेखेको लेखेको फेसबुक पोस्ट
First of all congratulations to all the students who applied for studying further in Norway. We are getting a lots of questions regarding documentation, process for applying visa, deposits for residence permit, work, job opportunities and so on. Since, most of the students are asking the general questions which can be answered in general, we have created a list of "Frequently Asked Questions" FAQs and answers which are as follows:
1. The procedure for visa application:
-For applying visa, follow the UDI website https://udi.no and get ready with all the documents check-listed in that website.
We recommend you to get the documents attested before applying for it even though its not in the checklist. Verified copy of documents are can be helpful at any point if needed for future purposes too.
2. Do I need a police report for applying visa?
-No, you won't need police report for applying visa. This applies for both who have completed their previous degree from Nepal or from other countries.
Meanwhile, for some cases for teachers training or researching on children or student, police report certificate is asked
3. How long will it take to get back the money that was deposited to the university account while applying?
-As soon as you arrive in Norway and create a bank account, you can request the University to transfer the amount to your personal bank account and the full amount will be transferred to your account. There were many questions if it is returned in installment or fully at once? The answer is, you will get the full amount without any deductions at once.
4. How much can I work as a student? Am I permitted to work full-time or part-time?
-Although the answer to this question will be covered in the document from the immigration department, we want to explain it in brief. Students are allowed to work part time i.e. 20 hrs per week. In addition, students are also permitted to work for full time during the vacation. The vacation is in the summer time starting from June to August, after completing the examination at your University.
5. Am I eligible for paying tax?
-Everyone working here in Norway are subjected to pay tax. The students who are earning more than 55000 Norwegian Kroner annually are required to pay tax. The tax deduction system in Norway is quite complex to understand, but at the current moment it is sufficient information. We will be posting about it more on upcoming posts in future.
6. What are the chances of getting a job?
-Answers regarding getting a job is complex. It depends upon your previous qualification, experience of work related to your field of studies and other factors like language skills, personal skills, etc. Our best suggestion is to bring all the work experience from the places you have worked for, recommendation letters, maintain a good LinkedIn profile.
There is a quote ”Sell the berries you have, because they are the only berries you can sell”, so focus on it. Everyone is qualified, it depends upon you how you want your career and what you want to do. Don't underestimate yourself. You are as much as capable as everybody.
7. What are the chances of getting on campus job?
-On campus job are available in the University. For this you need to be up to date and follow up your respective department and Professors. Moreover, for this also you need to present yourself as the best candidate for the job.
8. Should I learn Norwegian Language? What are the best ways or recommendations to learn the Norwegian Language?
-"When you are in Rome do as Romans do", remember this and start learning a Norwegian Language since you will be spending 2 years or more of your studies at Norway. Learning language boosts your chance of getting a job quickly on your related field of studies, get adapted to the Norwegian Environment and make yourself social.
The recommendations for learning Norwegian language quickly is explained in the blog available on this link:
9. What about housing? Where do I live after I come to Norway?
-As a student, you are eligible to apply for a student housing in Norway. As for students who are coming to Oslo, Please refer to https://www.sio.no/en for more details.
For Students who are coming to other region also the university has the mechanism of providing student housing. Please refer to the university website for more details.
Furthermore, be in touch who got admission in the University you applied for.
We will be posting more information with the time that best suits it.
यदि तपाईलाई अरु केहि विषयमा जान्न मन छ भने कृपया हामीलाई लेख्नु होला ।