Skagerak International School is a non-profit foundation and seeks to keep the level of fees as low as financially viable. The school is approved by the Independent Schools Act (Friskolelova) of Norway and is subject to its rules and regulations.The Ministry of Education and Research (Kunnskapsdepartementet) sets a maximum level for school fees. The executive agency for the Ministry is the Norwegian Directorate for Education and Training (Utdanningsdirektoratet). Private school fees are subject to any changes or conditions that are determined by the Ministry.
The school is approved by Lånekassen and students can apply for borteboerstipend if they meet the requirements. The students can also apply for a loan to help with school fees. Further information is available below
Skagerak International school has aligned any fee adjustment with the routines of Utdanningsdirektoratet. Tuition fees are calculated in connection with the state budget and school subsidy negotiations in October/November, and the regulated fee will come into effect from 1 January.
For students entitled to Norwegian state support:
|Fees for January to December 2022||Total for the calendar year||Instalment|
|Year 11 / Vg1, DP1, DP2||NOK 23.505,-||NOK 2938 |
The tuition fee for January-December 2022 will be regulated from 1 January 2022. Notice will be given in advance.
updated 17 January 2022