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Må ha rike foreldre for å studere i USA

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På begynnelsen av 90-tallet tok over 2.300 norske studenter en hel grad i USA. Ifjor var tallet mer enn halvert, til 1.022 studenter. – Helt håpløst, ifølge norgessjef Jan Grønbech i Google, som også er styreleder i American Chamber of Commerce in Norway. – Norske myndigheter gjør alt de kan for å stikke kjepper i […]

Source: Dagens Næringsliv

Published: June 23, 0421


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Your Stavanger Summer 2011

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by David John Smith You will find this international feel in the summertime fun, sport, festivals, culture and friendship found here. It is a red-hot Stavanger Summer with headline activities that includes the Tall Ships Race and the World Tour Beach Volleybally event in June and the world famous Gladmat food festival in July.  Let’s […]

Source: Norway Communicates

Published: April 13, 2011


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THE TRONDHEIM 2011 EXPERIENCE

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David John Smith for Norway Communicates. The region is rich in history, tradition, tourist opportunities, business success and interesting, friendly people. There is a lot happening in the much-proclaimed “Music City” this spring and summer, and here is just a taste of what you can expect: Nidaros Blues Festival April 27 – May 1, 2011 The […]

Source: Norway Communicates

Published: April 13, 2011


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Sharing a Global Vision- The Oslo Cancer Cluster

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People are living longer, there are more of us, and with this longevity has come increasing trends in cancer rates. Turning this tide back is the vision of the Oslo Cancer Cluster (OCC), aiming to create an environment among the world leaders within Life Science & Cancer education, research and industry by the year 2013. This is a bold […]

Source: Norway Communicates

Published: April 4, 2011


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In the Heart – The Sons of Norway

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Towards the end of the ninth millennium, these people began to call themselves Vikings, the explorers of legend, traveling to Asia, Africa and Europe, even settling in North America more that 500 years before Columbus even began planning his voyages. Then, the era of the Viking ended, followed by the dark centuries when the Black […]

Source: Norway Communicates

Published: April 4, 2011


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