Norway

BI Norwegian Business School

Location in Europe, Norway
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City: 
Oslo
Language Special : 
None
Introduction: 

The BI Norwegian Business School was founded in 1943 with six campuses. It is the largest business school in Norway and the second largest in Europe. Meanwhile, the BI Norwegian Business School is also one of the first Norwegian business schools to have acquired EQUIS accreditation. The accreditations influence and importance are indisputable in the field of global management education. The School is also expected to acquire AACSB accreditation in 2013. In addition to international accreditations, the BI Norwegian Business School was ranked 70th in The Financial Times rankings of all European business schools, accentuating its high levels of achievement.

Regarding the trend of global business education, the BI Norwegian Business School is dedicated to promoting internationalization. Currently, the School cooperates with 45 partner schools in 170 countries including CNCCU. In the future CNCCU plans to send four exchange students (two undergraduate and two graduate students) to the BI Norwegian Business School each academic year through its established exchange programs.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BI_Norwegian_Business_School


NHH - Norwegian School of Economics

Location in Europe, Norway
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City: 
Bergen
Exchange Quota: 
4
Language Special : 
None
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Exchange Level: 
Master
Introduction: 

Having a high-quality standard of education and research in areas of economic and business administration, the school is the first choice for students seeking a business profession. Founded in 1936, the school has cultivated a large number of outstanding graduates, whom are assuming important positions in the business and public communities. In 2005, the school was awarded by Financial Times’ as one of the 20 best European schools for Master of management programs, No. 1 for economic programs, and No. 4 for financial programs. The 2004 Nobel Prize winner in Economics was a graduate of the school.


 
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