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Open Educational Resources and Learning Centres

Management Class Product Groups:

1. Open Educational Resources are customizable MOOCs-like pre-university level courses which offer education and training at all levels throughout the world, Read more and feel free to join Management Class Global Group.

2. Learning Centres  using Management Class' customizable pubic programmes, courses and modules introduce, publish and share our institutional and organizational partners' degree or higher vocational qualifications level programmes and courses to international clients for online and/or campus-based delivery.

Published on Sep 12, 2012

The Norwegian Centre for ICT in Education (, 
The purpose of the Norwegian Centre for ICT in Education is to contribute to the realization and the development of ICT policy. It shall further cooperate with relevant public and private institutions. The centre will also participate in international cooperation.

Study in Norway

Uploaded on Feb 22, 2011

This spring, Oslo Student-TV will give you Ben's Norwegian adventure. Follow his experiences at

Universities and Colleges in Scandinavia − Norway Chapter

Scandinavia is a region of northern Europe that geographically consists of Norway, Sweden and Denmark. All three of these Northern European nations score consistently well on global surveys intended to measure how innovative and innovation-friendly countries are. Scandinavian countries are home to some of the world’s best universities. 

In the last 2 years, the World University Rankings featured a total of 17 Scandinavian universities – eight in Sweden, five in Denmark and four in Norway – all ranked within the world’s top 500 universities. Scandinavia might not be known for its great climate, but they are known for their high quality of life, highly advanced social support systems, and leadership on issues ranging from gender equality to environmental policy.  What better place to study than Scandinavia?

Why Study in Norway

Famous for deep fjords, steep mountains, countless waterfalls, wooden churches, the Northern Lights and millennial maritime traditions. Norway's topology and nature are characteristic for their regional diversities. Norway is a modern country to study abroad; where the explorative mindset of its people is geared towards technology, innovation and developing a knowledge based society. Norwegians also continue to further develop our oil & gas industry, fisheries and traditional industrial areas. 

Prices are high and sunny days are few, but quality education and research are the reasons why international students choose Norway as their study destination. Studying in Norway offers you a unique experience; internationalisation is a priority within all sectors of the Norwegian education system, and universities and university colleges are constantly working to facilitate for international students. Around 15 000 foreign nationals are currently enrolled at Norwegian institutions of higher education. 

With a wide range of high quality courses and great flexibility, Norwegian institutions prove to be an ideal study destination. From vocational subjects to postgraduate and doctorate level, there are plenty of opportunities for students to fulfil their ambitions. While studying in Norway, you will also benefit from the informal atmosphere at Norwegian universities and university colleges, where teachers are easily approachable and tuition often takes place in small groups. Most institutions also have well equipped computer facilities with free Internet access.

Best Studies in Norway

Higher education in Norway is comprised of a mixture of both public and private universities. Some are specialized, some comprehensive, and some – known as ‘university colleges’ – concentrate mainly on providing undergraduate level education in a range of more vocationally focused subjects. 

With a wide range of high quality courses and great flexibility, Norwegian institutions prove to be an ideal study destination. If you're planning to specialize in nursing, teaching, business management, engineering or information technology, Norwegian Universities should definitely be on your list.

Student Life in Norway

Norway offers one of the highest standards of living in the world. Students enjoy well-maintained public facilities, a comprehensive public transport system and quality health care. 

As a student in Norway you will never be short of lifetime experiences. No matter what your preferences are you should be able to find something of interest beyond books and classes. 

The freedom of nature is never far away, even in the major cities. If you are more urban oriented many cities have a vibrant cultural life with coffee bars and music clubs.      Read also: 


Østfold University College

Østfold University College (NorwegianHøgskolen i Østfold, HiØ) is a further and higher education institution in south-eastern Norway. It has campuses in Fredrikstadand Halden. Enrollment is approximately 4,000 students as of 2010; and 480 staff. The school is one of 24 public university colleges in Norway, and is a result of five public colleges in HaldenSarpsborg and Fredrikstad which were joined together as a part of the University College Reform (NorwegianHøgskolereformen) of 1994.

The school offers over 60 fields of study, ranging from Associate's DegreesBachelor DegreesMaster Degrees, and some Doctorates.

List of Universities in Norway

Universities in Norway

This list of universities in Norway presents the country's universities, giving their locations, abbreviated titles (in Norwegian), and years of establishment. Most universities in Norway are public.

Most of the university colleges were created in 1994, following the university college reform. The University of Tromsø is the world's northernmost. Schools with an Asterisk (*) have been created as the result of a merger.

Private University Colleges with Accredited Programmes

Video Tour of Alison: Free Certified Learning

Published on Jun 4, 2013

[This video presented by Mike Greer, The Best Free Training website: ]
This is a video tour of "Alison: A New World of Free Certified Learning." Alison is simply amazing! It provides 500 free courses, 60 million free lessons, over 4 million hours of study, as well as diplomas, certifications, teacher/supervisor tracking tools, and more. 

From the website: "ALISON is the world's leading free online learning resource for basic and essential workplace skills. ALISON provides high-quality, engaging, interactive multimedia courseware for certification and standards-based learning.... The mission of ALISON is to enable anyone, anywhere, to educate themselves for free via interactive, self-paced multimedia. It is our belief that through ALISON, the cost of access to high-quality education can be removed....Through the ALISON learning platform we can assist people around the world in educating themselves, thereby creating a more equitable and sustainable global society."
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MOOCs Supply and Demand

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have opened new doors for free online learning that lends itself well to ICT-related subjects. Meanwhile, employers seek candidates with relevant web skills. The Supply and Demand of MOOCs Infographic shows what skills are most in demand and what MOOCs are available that teach those skills, based on the results of a study conducted by the European Commission.

Top skills employers are looking for:

  • Web and app design
  • Domain-specific skills
  • Programming languages
  • Android
  • iOS

Top skills students want to learn:

  • Web design
  • HTML5
  • Android
  • Javascript
  • CSS


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  • Foundation and Vocational Education Centre
  • Higher Qualifications Centre
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  • Management and Leadership Development Centre
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  • Research Centre
  • International Student Recruitment
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Vocational Education and Training

RPL in Norway and Europe. A Work in Progress

Published on Apr 19, 2014

Hanne Christensen, Senior Adviser, Vox, Norwegian Agency for Lifelong Learning and National Expert, Cedefop, European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training -- Lifelong learning is high on the agenda in Norway, including a statutory right to validation of prior learning. However, legislation alone is not sufficient.

Challenges of Vocational Education and Training (VET) program teachers in Norway and a look at the Vocational Education system in the Nordic country

Vocational Education and Training in Norway

Vocational Education and Training (VET) programs in Norway have a long history with roots in trade and industry, which consists of a large number of small and medium sized companies and few large ones often located far away from each other. This fact may have contributed to creating a climate favorable to implementing training policies at a local level that later supported the inclusion of initial vocational education and training within the school structure.[…]

Today’s VET programmes in Norway are part of the upper secondary schools. The curriculum in this upper secondary school system has, since the 1974 Reform, been characterized by plurality and unity, making this level quite different from the basic education covering primary and lower secondary school level, with a common curriculum. The new secondary school moved away from the earlier traditional school pattern, which was essentially marked by the written culture of general education, and made it possible for skilled workers to have an upper secondary school degree in their areas of expertise.

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