The Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration (NHH) was founded in 1936 and, together with its affiliated institutes SNF and AFF, constitutes the largest concentrated centre for research and study in the fields of economics and business administration in Norway.
NHH is home to over 2700 students, 262 of which are international students, and the vast majority of the academic staff hold PhDs including the Nobel Prize winner Professor Finn E. Kydland.
The Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration strives to be amongst the foremost in Europe in its fields, and has the longest established Executive MBA programme in Norway.
To be the undisputed leader in Norway in the fields of economics and business administration, and a clear first choice as a place to study and as a centre of competence. NHH aims to stand out amongst the foremost in Europe in its fields.
To exploit its academic expertise and leading position in research, education and knowledge management to promote value creation and improvement in society.
In addition, The Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration holds EQUIS accreditation which reinforces a strongly held belief that excellence in research is a prerequisite for excellence in teaching.
The Student Association at NHH (NHHS) is one of the most active student organisations in Norway. At NHH there are groups to accommodate almost every student interest. Every two years NHHS organises a three week music festival called UKEN, they also have a ski group, running club, and the Economic Winter Games which take place at Ål during the first week of February. Almost 300 students from both NHH and BI (The Norwegian School of Management) gather to compete in winter sports and to socialise.
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