Talk to an international student in Ålesund
I'm an international student at the International Business and Marketing Master Programme, and I'm going to be one of the fadders this year. I'm looking forward to meet everyone, until then don't hesitate to contact in case of any question!
I'm a postgraduate student studying International Business & Marketing program. I'm originally from Bangladesh. I was looking for a place to have the peace of my mind and a scope to study by staying close to nature – that's how I ended up in Ålesund. If you are looking for the same thing, I'm sure you'll have a great time here. Shoot an email to me, if you need any assistance. Welcome to NTNU Ålesund.
I am a student of Masters in Product and system design from India and last year I was in your shoes, so don’t hesitate to ping me with questions doesn’t matter how silly they might be. Even if you have question like "Does it snow in Norway?" Just send me a message and I would be more than happy to help you. By the way it does snow in Norway ;).
Hailing from India and pursuing Masters in Ship Design. A very strong believer of Alesund being the most beautiful place in Norway. I welcome all of you to Alesund and feel free to contact me for any enquiry.
Pethigamuwage Kuruvitage Hemaka Malshan Perera to be exact 🙂 . But please don’t make it a problem if you want to contact me with a question. I am from Sri Lanka and I am doing my masters in Product and Systems design. Hope to see you here soon.
The International Students’ Union of Norway is committed to the social, academic and political
interests of all international students studying in Norway. The International Students’ Union was
formed in the late 1970s when a small group of dedicated student activists put their efforts in
protecting the welfare and academic situation of international students in Norway.
Eventually, in 1981, this became a unified effort and the ISA (International Students
Association) was born. The organization grew – establishing member branches at all the
universities in Norway. During its history, the organization has come to be known under different
names; first it changed to FSA (Foreign Students Association), then to FSU (Foreign Students
Union), and finally to the current name, ISU (International Students’ Union).
Currently, ISU has local member organizations at 28 different institutions of higher education in
Norway, with the national office in Oslo. Each member organization has a president, who is
responsible for the operation of the branch. The branches are to a large extent autonomous and
must be approved into the organization by at least two thirds of the National Assembly’s vote.
ISU at Ålesund create social events for the International and Norwegian students and try to make
students life more interesting. Further more , it helps International Students when they arrive in
Norway for the first time by sharing important information with respect to study , jobs and other