This page contains links to application forms and important admission information
IMPORTANT: The ministry of higher education has introduced that all new students from outside the EU will have to pay the actual cost of studying in Norway from August 2023.
See more information on exemptions and documentation
Below are the requirements and relevant information for the degree program.
HLT uses the same criteria as NOKUT (the Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education), which is set for students interested to study at a higher-education level (bachelor’s degree and above) in Norway. Generally, the criteria are to have a high school diploma plus one or two years of university education, depending on the country of education. Before applying, new applicants need to check whether they meet the requirements or not by using the link here – GSU List.
To apply for the degree program, you must register an online application in the application portal. For students coming from outside EU, the portal is available from November to 1 February. For students coming from EU/EEA or who are currently living in Norway (and have a Norwegian Personal Number), the portal is available from November to 15 April. All applicants must register within the deadline. If there are still available study places, students currently living in Norway or EU/EEA may apply after 15 April.
You must upload copies of all required documentation together with your online application as pdf-files. All documents must be scanned copies of the original document (no pictures or photographs of documents). Documents that are not properly scanned will not be accepted. All documents must be submitted before 15 February. If you are completing your studies after the deadline, you may submit your final diploma and transcripts within 1 July.
You need to submit the following documents:
It is your responsibility to ensure that all submitted documents are accurate and unaltered. Wrong or misleading information may lead to dismissal. Submission of fraudulent documents is illegal and will be reported to the proper authorities. Please note that we reserve the right to contact institutions, associations and government agencies for the purpose of explanation and/or verification of submitted documents.
Applicants who are not native speakers of English must document their proficiency in English by taking one of the following internationally recognized tests:
Applicants who have completed a university degree taught in English are exempted from the language proficiency criteria.
The SiO fee (for the student welfare organization in Oslo) of NOK 690 is mandatory and will come in addition to the semester fee making the total NOK 49 990 for non-EU students and NOK 8 690 for EU students
The SiO fee (for the student welfare organization in Oslo) of NOK 690 is mandatory and will come in addition to the semester fee making the total NOK 52 490 for non-EU students and NOK 8 990 for EU students As a student at The Norwegian School of Leadership and Theology, you will have access to DTL (Digital Theological Library) which is the largest Digital Theological Library in the world. Norwegian School of Leadership and Theology does not offer scholarships at present time.