Overall, my study abroad in Norway was fantastic. Not only did I have the opportunity to study in a different country and culturally enhance my education, but I also met a lot of people from all over the world in the process. Moreover, being able to travel to nearby countries made it even better. I would definitely recommend this program to any management and marketing major that is looking to combine a fun way to learn and make connections. Although the title of the class was Intercultural Management, about half the class was over marketing material, therefore this should definitely be taken into consideration.
As far as the social aspect for this program, it is extraordinary. The program had a lot of social activities planned to make sure you had the opportunity to do everything there is to do in Norway. For example, we had a shrimp cruise, a rafting trip with lunch and diner included, social events at the school, and guided tours of historic buildings in Oslo. One definitely gets a lot in return for a small social activity fee. You are also given a lot of free time in order to travel through Europe, which is a plus. BI Norwegian Business School is a very well designed campus, as you can see in the picture, that you will be proud to call your school. I have provided some pictures from my study abroad in Norway to give you an idea of how life changing this trip was.
Categories: 2016, Norway, Reciprocal Exchange