BI Norwegian Business School is one the largest business schools in Europe, ranked as number one in Norway and are among the top 1 % that have the three most important international accreditations: EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA.
Faculty and research
BI's researchers contribute with research at the top international level. This contributes to new knowledge that provides better decisions, smarter ways of doing things, as well as new products and services.
Research and teaching at BI Norwegian Business School is organised under nine departments covering the range of business school disciplines:
BI Norwegian Business School has also formed research centers for specific fields of expertise. These research centers gather groups of world-leading researchers to continuously deliver excellent research through the study of a clearly defined theory, phenomenon or context.
Three accreditations are especially important for a business school with international ambitions: the European EQUIS (European Quality Improvement Systems), the American AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and the British AMBA (The Association of MBAs). Schools that achieve all three of these accreditations are called Triple Crown Schools, and they are in a class of their own among international business schools. Less than 1 % of business schools worldwide have achieved triple accreditation. The accreditations are proof of BI's rigorous standards.
BI also achieves good results in the most reputable rankings of business schools, such as Financial Times Ranking and Eduniversals Top Business Schools Worldwide. The last five years BI have been among the twenty best in Europe. Ranking differs from accreditation in that the institution is measured against the other participant schools based on a set of criteria. These criteria are related to characteristics of the alumni, the programme and the institution.
Studying at BI Norwegian Business School
The doctoral programme leads to a PhD degree and is a four-year full-time study programme, including 25% teaching responsibilities. There are no tuition fees in the PhD programme at BI. However, in order to have an application to the PhD programme at BI considered, you need to have funding. It is not possible to self-fund a PhD at BI.
There are three different ways of funding your PhD at BI:
- Open scholarship (funded by BI)
- Scholarship linked to a research project
- Industrial PhD
Campus Oslo is a modern building with technology-rich facilities. You can explore it by taking our virtual tour. It’s located in a popular city area of Norway’s capital, Oslo, and within walking distance you will find restaurants, a cinema, a shopping center and coffee shops. In Oslo you have the perfect combination of urban lifestyle, peaceful countryside, and active coastal living.
At BI, students, academics and business professionals co-create a more sustainable future.
We do this by pursuing academic excellence and shaping future careers and businesses, through internationally acclaimed research, high quality education and close interaction with business and society.
Focus and values
The importance of sustainability, the impact of digital technology and the ability to work effectively in an international context is integrated into all programmes. We strive to facilitate for student success, build entrepreneur mindsets, and contribute to sustainable development and corporate responsibility. We demonstrate collegiality by contributing to an inclusive work environment in which curiosity and interest in each other are valued.
At BI Norwegian Business School, we aspire to:
- conduct advanced international research
- develop attractive and responsible graduates who combine the knowledge and skills to work effectively and successfully in an international and digital workplace
- contributes to innovation and value creation through sustainable business practices
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