Anyone that register for exams must pay the semester fee. There are two exceptions from this rule:
- Exchange students on semester or full year exchange from our international partners (as they normally pay to their home institution)
- Students who are only registering for re-sit examination in week 1 and 32.
The invoice for the semester fee can be found in Studentweb. See below for more information about the various fees charged.
- September 1st for the fall semester
- February 1st for the spring semester
The same deadlines apply to any refund of the semester fee. If you have already paid a semester fee to another educational institution, or if you withdraw from studies at USN, you are entitled, upon request, to a refund.
Note 1: The semester fee is assessed each semester and the amount may be subject to changes.
Note 2: Postgraduate programmes may have extra charges in addition to the semester fee
Note 3: Some programmes have extra study-specific charges such as material costs.
(except online students)
|Student welfare organisation fee||450 NOK||450 NOK|
|Kopinor fee and print services (100 NOK for print)||332 NOK||172 NOK (only Kopinor fee)|
|SAIH (voluntary)||40 NOK||40 NOK|
|Semester fee||822 NOK||662 NOK|
(Online students: Only students admitted to programmes that are not organized as lecture seminars/group work are regarded as fulltime online students.)
Student welfare organisation fee
Student Association of Southeast Norway (SSN) is the welfare/service organization for students in Southeast Norway. For more information on the SSN: www.ssn.no
Kopinor fee and print services (100 NOK for print)
Through the Kopinor Agreement students and employees can take photocopies, prints and digital copies. USN requires additionally a fee to cover photocopies used for teaching (print services). The student printing fee (100 NOK) covers the students' own print quota at USN.
For more information about the Kopinor Agreement: http://www.kopinor.no/avtaler/hoyere-utdanning
Note: The online students only pay Kopinor fee.
Students 'and Academics' International Assistance Fund (SAIH) is a politically independent organization. Ever since SAIH was founded in 1961, Norwegian students supported SAIH work through giving a coin of 10 NOK each to the SAIH. In addition to long-term development work, the SAIH works to get political influence in Norway and internationally, to improve the framework conditions for education and development globally. For more information about SAIH: saih.no/saih-tierne
(In case you do not want to support SAIH, you may deduct the amount of the invoice when paying.)