Quota scheme students, international students coming as ERASMUS or exchange students do not pay semester fees at BUC.
If you are enrolled in a full degree program (not quota scheme students), you are obliged to pay semester fees.
At the present time, the fee is NOK 830/880, - per semester.
Payment of the semester fee will be made via bank/ online. You must log in to StudentWeb, go to pay, and bring out the amount and KID-number.
Last deadline for payment is:
Fall: 1st September
Spring: 1st February
The Norwegian Directorate of Immigration is the government authority responsible for issuing permits and visas to enter Norway.
Students arriving from EEA member countries do not need a residence permit for studying in Norway.
Nevertheless, if your course of study is for three months or longer, you will need to register online at UDI.no https://selfservice.udi.no/ at the start of your semester in Norway.
Afterwards you need to visit your nearest police station to identify yourself and present the documents that are relevant for your basis for residence.
Students arriving from outside EU/EEA countries must obtain a visa before they arrive in Norway, regardless of the length of your stay.
Contact the Norwegian Embassy in your home country well in advance of departure.
Please allow at least 2 months processing time. It is also important to bring the letter from the Norwegian Directorate of Immigration (UDI), granting you a residence permit, upon your arrival in Norway.
As soon as you receive a letter of acceptance to study at Buskerud University College, you should register application online https://selfservice.udi.no/ and make an appointment to the nearest Norwegian diplomatic office to deliver your documents.
Before you arrive you must ensure that you have all the correct documentation. You must have a valid passport and the passport should be valid for six months after the study period in Norway.
You have to show the following (if applicable):
For more information about immigration requirements enter the website of the Norwegian directorate of immigration.
The Norwegian Embassy in your county will provide you with specific information if necessary.
Note: All documentation you bring with you to Norway should be the original documents or official copies.
SøknadsWeb is an online service for persons seeking local admission at Buskerud University College.
The service requires that you identify yourself with a personal identification number and a PIN CODE.
When you use SøknadsWeb the first time, create a 4-digit PIN that you will use for later logins.
If you have questions regarding the registration of your application please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact by phone 32 86 95 00
Please note that some programs may have different application deadlines, see more details under each course.
NB! Application for first degrees (bachelor's studies, teacher education, business administration and one-year program) should always be made through Samordna Opptak.
NB! If you are a non-Norwegian citizen without a Norwegian personal identification number, please contact the relevant campus for information concerning admission and registration.
Each summer after the main application/admission process to colleges/universities is over, there are some unfilled or rejected places which can be applied for.
The Restetorget functions on the 'first come, first served' principle, which means that the first applied applicants (with fulfilled required qualifications), get the places.
Restetorget opens on 20th July 2012.
Click on" Søking og opptak", then on "Restetorget"
Calendar of academic year