December 3th it was announced that BI Norwegian Business School had climbed eight places up on Financial Times ranking. Out of the 80 top ranked schools in Europe, BI has an exchange program agreement with more than half of them.
Caroline Nytvedt is a student at ESCP Paris which is ranked as 10th on the list. She is very satisfied with the school.
- My professors are skilled and enthusiastic, and make the lectures interactive and fun. The school has also numerous opportunities for the students academically and socially, particularly sporting activities.
Caroline thinks it is exciting to be in a country where the main language is not English. Learning a third language gives both challenges and possibilities.
-The exchange will give me a great experience academically. In addition I will learn more about the culture, the language and tackle new surroundings. All of this will be positive to bring to a future employer.
Earlier this Fall the student newspaper Universitas wrote about BI's exchange offers. (In Norwegian)
The application deadline for exchange is February 1th.
- Fall of 2012: 273 students total on exchange. 150 on bachelor level and 123 master students.
- 2012/2013: 340 students on exchange.
- BI has an agreement with approximately 175 universities globally. The majority of students travel to Europe, then universities in Asia, Usa, the Nordic, Australia, New Zealand