Why choose BI?

Quality and recognition

Study at the first Norwegian business school to achieve triple accreditation

Choosing an international business school that is recognised and highly ranked impacts not only the quality of your education, but is also an important factor for your future employers. They want to know that you are building your competence on relevant insight. Building mutual respect and trust between BI, industries, and society in general, is something that takes time and requires continuous effort. By being a stable and leading contributor in our core disciplines for almost 80 years, we have gained top accreditations, rankings and a brand that is associated with high quality.AACSB_Global-Equis_Amba-rgb_ny_600px.jpg

Study at the first Norwegian business school to achieve triple accreditation 

In addition to the independent expert board, the Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education, BI have been accredited by several international players. BI is the first school in Norway that has achieved "Triple crown" accreditation. This means that we have gained the three most important international accreditations and that BI excels at a world-class level, as only 1% of the world's business schools have achieved this. And as an international business school, it is important to us that we not only compare ourselves with competitors in Norway, but that we also assert ourselves internationally. Therefore, we are also proud to have achieved honourable rankings in the most reputable rankings for business schools, such as the Financial Times Ranking and Eduniversals Top Business Schools Worlwide.

For you as a student, this means that you can trust that the education we offer is relevant and of high quality. By choosing BI, your diploma will have great global reach and value.   

If you want to read more about BI's accreditations and rankings, you will find the details here

Other reasons to choose BI

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2. Academic excellence

The definition of what a "good professor" represents, depends on who you ask and the subject.

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3. Education for the future job market

We work closely with the business community and work continuously to adapt to tomorrow's competence needs