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  • Greek student Argiro's Norwegian adventure
    offer quality research based education as well as a wide range of programmes taught in English The campus facilities in NTNU are great and everything is very organized You can really build your daily life around campus which is something you can t do in a Greek University The campus has just about everything you could need from dining rooms and cafeterias to training centers The student body is also very organized and welcomes international students with many social activities I even had the chance to take a trip with a student organization to the Lofoten islands in the Arctic Circle which is the most ruggedly beautiful place I have ever visited When I think of Trondheim I think of cobblestone streets and colorful wooden houses While in Trondheim you will have the opportunity to go hiking and stay overnight at cabins in Bymarka the mountain area which surrounds the city of Trondheim where all the local people go for cross country skiing If you like nature skiing hiking and snow than Trondheim is your city It is a student city since one person out of six is a student One out of ten students is an international student so you have the chance to meet people and make friends from different countries Norwegians are extremely polite and helpful people and generally speak fluent English which makes daily life much easier considering that Norwegian is not a particularly easy language to learn They are very progressive and practical people and I really appreciated the informality in their way of life Trondheim may be in Central Norway but you should bear in mind that it is located 400 km under the Arctic Circle so you can expect it to be cold The temperature can drop as low as 20 Celsius degrees

    Original URL path: http://www.norway.gr/studywork/study/A-bit-cold-but-a-unique-experience/ (2016-01-31)
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  • International Student Festival in Trondheim
    my municipality in the environmental group of my university and as a board member in AEGEE TEDx If I had three wishes I would like to have free time good friends and enough money to continue travelling the world Just the other day this idea was on my mind How to travel abroad but at the same time do something worthful I had already participated in some European exchange programmes but now I wanted some more professional experience I started scanning the web world and hours later I found ISFIT The International Student Festival in Trondheim This year the theme was corruption relevant to my studies finance and accounting and this is the main reason why I applied for it To be honest my first thought was that it would be another multicultural festival with many participants and I was wondering how it could be professional and organized Well I don t know how probably a lot a lot of work but those people succeeded and they offered me one of the best experiences I could ever have Not only did I gain professional knowledge we cooperated with highly ranking working staff of a company and a great networking circle around the world but most importantly I have now friends that I can count on I was surprised that almost 30 people in my workshop had the same goals and strength to work and cope with our demanding tasks in the best way possible As you all my wonder no we did not only work and socialize we did dance a lot and every night was party night We all learnt somehow the Norwegian way of living their habits and their way of behaviour I personally felt so welcome by everyone Another false impression that I had I thought that

    Original URL path: http://www.norway.gr/studywork/study/ISFiT-2015/ (2016-01-31)
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  • Where can I learn Norwegian in Greece?
    by NTNU Folkeuniversitetet Klasserom på nett Folkeuniversitetet Nordland Level A1 and A2 for the Norwegian language Crazy Lemontree Private lessons in Athens Inger Haaland Karayannopoulos Tel 697 4389 337 inger haland hotmail com Georgios Tsesmetzis Tel 698 9390 935 mystudy gr gmail com Konstantina Vardaka Tel 697 2902 461 convarda gmail com Eurora Hatzidimitriou Tel 690 9016 431 winther eurora hotmail com Maria Lignou Tel 697 4590 984 marylignou yahoo com Margarita Chanioti Tel 6980603996 email margarita 1986 hotmail com Private lessons in Thessaloniki Linn Gaustad Themeli Tel 698 1125 079 Wenche Anne Gaustad Tel 698 5627 116 wenche gaustad yahoo no website Danai Christina Themeli danai c themeli gmail com Private lessons in Crete Aud Øymyr Tel 694 8759 086 aud3 windowslive com Chania Crete Please note that information is supplied by the private tutors themselves and the inclusion of a name on the list does not constitute any guarantee on the part of the Embassy of the quality of their work Examination in Norwegian for international students Examination in Norwegian for international students level 1 2 and 3 is organised by the Norwegian Institute at Athens in cooperation with the Department of Linguistics and Nordic Studies University of

    Original URL path: http://www.norway.gr/studywork/study/Learn-Norwegian-in-Greece/ (2016-01-31)
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  • Doing business with Norwegian partners?
    economy and good access to major markets Making the most of its natural resources is important for Norway for instance by exporting seafood oil and gas For more information see the website of Invest in Norway Information about customs regulations can be found on the website of the Norwegian Directorate of Customs and Excise Entering Norway All foreign nationals travelling to Norway must have a valid travel document and for the vast majority of people this means a valid passport Nationals of certain countries must in addition have a valid visa before travelling to Norway Foreign nationals who are required to have a visa are also obliged to have travel medical insurance European nationals must bring their national European health insurance card in order to have the costs of any treatment they may need covered while travelling in Europe It is recommended that all foreign nationals have travel insurance that is valid for the whole trip Back to top id ctl00 Main MainBodyRegion MainBodySelector body MainBodyFooter1 ucSocialSharing uxSocialMedialink class addthis button Norway Trade Fairs The majority of trade fairs in Norway are organized by Norges Varemesse For a full list of upcoming trade fairs please check www messe no Norway

    Original URL path: http://www.norway.gr/studywork/business/doingbusiness/ (2016-01-31)
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  • Assistance to Norwegian citizens abroad
    Norway Offer advice and guidance on medical services hospitals etc Help obtain legal assistance In exceptional cases provide destitution loans for transport home Assist family members in the event of a death abroad Visit persons who are arrested or detained In special circumstances attend legal hearings What kind of assistance may foreign service missions not provide There are a number of services a foreign service mission may not provide These include Intervening in the legal process Paying a lawyer hired on a private basis Arranging for accommodation work or work permits Paying hotel medical legal or other expenses Transferring money or paying social benefits Translating certificates and similar documents Assisting in civil affairs Taking responsibility for children Accompanying sick persons children or others back to Norway Who may request assistance All Norwegian nationals are entitled to assistance Refugees and stateless persons resident in Norway can expect the same assistance as Norwegian nationals in most matters during temporary stays abroad Norwegian nationals who are permanently resident abroad can not expect the same assistance as the one provided to Norwegian nationals permanently resident in Norway If you have dual nationality and travel to your second home country the authorities of that country can choose to ignore the Norwegian nationality In such situations it may be difficult for Norwegian authorities to provide assistance Who provides assistance abroad More than 100 diplomatic and consular missions along with approximately 400 honorary consulates provide assistance to Norwegian travelers abroad The diplomatic and consular missions are staffed by Norwegian personnel who are posted from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Honorary consulates are generally run by private individuals who are nationals of the country in which the consulate is located and who look after Norway s interests in their area without remuneration Norwegian citizens can not expect the

    Original URL path: http://www.norway.gr/studywork/Consular-information/Assistance-to-Norwegian-citizens-abroad/ (2016-01-31)
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  • Translations
    Affairs Please note that documents translated into English are accepted by Norwegian authorities Regarding birth certificates marriage certificates and other documents with Greek names In order to ensure that translation to Latin characters is identical to passport ID cards please provide the translator with a copy of passport ID card State authorised translators authorised by the Norwegian state Haldeaki Maria Greek Norwegian Norwegian Greek Tel 47 90 09 11 70 E mail post gresk no www gresk no Samaras Panayiotis Greek Norwegian Norwegian Greek and interpretation Tel 47 90 93 41 55 30 6936 60 42 69 E mail samaras online no Samuelsen Papadopoulou Kiriaki Greek Norwegian Norwegian Greek and interpretation Tel 47 97 62 49 35 30 69 47 18 83 61 E mail kiriasa hotmail com www greskoversetter no Thorsen Kirsti Greek Norwegian and interpretation Tel 30 69 80 22 74 80 47 40 33 80 90 E mail kirsti thorsen gmail com Translation Service of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs Translation Service Greek English Arionos 10 Psyri Tel 210 3285 731 735 Fax 210 36 82 243 Back to top id ctl00 Main MainBodyRegion MainBodySelector body MainBodyFooter1 ucSocialSharing uxSocialMedialink class addthis

    Original URL path: http://www.norway.gr/studywork/Consular-information/Translations/ (2016-01-31)
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  • Document confirmation with an Apostille-stamp
    makes it possible for official documents from one of the countries that has joined the convention to become valid in one of the other countries that has joined the convention by the application of an Apostille stamp Both Norway Cyprus and Greece have joined the convention The Apostille stamp confirms the validity of a public official s signature The Apostille stamp does not confirm the correctness of the document s content How to get an Apostille stamp in Norway If you are registred with the National Population Register of Norway Folkeregisteret please contact the Fylkesmann of the county you belong to If you are not registred in the National Population Register of Norway please contact Seksjon for konsulære saker og utlendingsfeltet in the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs How to get an Apostille stamp in Greece List of competent authorities in Greece How to get an Apostille stamp in Cyprus List of competent authorities in Cyprus An Apostille stamp looks like this Back to top id ctl00 Main MainBodyRegion MainBodySelector body MainBodyFooter1 ucSocialSharing uxSocialMedialink class addthis button Norway the official site in Greece Royal Norwegian Embassy in Athens Vas Sophias Avenue 23 106 74 Athens Phone 0030 210 72 46

    Original URL path: http://www.norway.gr/studywork/Consular-information/Document-confirmation-with-an-Apostille-stamp/ (2016-01-31)
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  • Keeping your Norwegian citizenship (retention of citizenship)
    keep your Norwegian citizenship even if you have not lived in Norway for two years or in another Nordic country for seven years Examples of such a connection can be that you are currently living in Norway that you have stayed in Norway for at least six months in total that you have by mistake been issued a Norwegian passport that is valid after you turn 22 You must apply before you turn 22 If you apply after you turn 22 UDI can nevertheless consider your application if you cannot be blamed for failing to meet the deadline or if it would be unreasonable if you were to lose your Norwegian citizenship If you turned 22 before 1 September 2006 special rules apply Please contact the UDI to clarify what rules apply in such cases Applications for children under the age of 18 If you are under the age of 18 your parents must apply on your behalf Both your parents must sign the application unless one of them has sole parental responsibility An appointed guardian can also submit such applications If you are over the age of 12 you must consent to an application being submitted on your behalf

    Original URL path: http://www.norway.gr/studywork/Consular-information/Loss-of-Norwegian-citizenship-/ (2016-01-31)
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