If the invoice has been paid correctly, using a customer identification number, it will take about three days from payment until you can register for the semester on Studentweb. The semester fee must be paid by the due date on the invoice.
Important information about payment
Students who have attended teaching and discontinue their studies or apply for a leave of absence during the semester will be charged the full fee for the semester in question.
Admission to a programme of study is contingent on payment of the semester fee. The semester fee is NOK 840 for students in Bergen and NOK 730 for students in Oslo, Sandnes and Stavanger.
The semester fee to be paid to VID consists of two components, which are fees to:
- Student welfare organization
- Kopinor and student council
Student welfare organization
One part of the fee will go to the student welfare organization (Sammen, Stavanger Student Welfare Organization, Diavelferd). The amount is set by the student welfare organization/Diavelferd.and is as follows:
- Bergen (Sammen): NOK 570
- Sandnes and Stavanger (Stavanger Student Welfare Organization): NOK 460
- Oslo (Diavelferd): NOK 460
All students must join a student welfare organization. If you are a student at several institutions, you will only pay a semester fee at one institution. If you are not paying VID a semester fee, you must present a receipt from the other institution.
Kopinor and student council
The second part of the semester fee is NOK 270. NOK 200 of this is a Kopinor reproduction fee and NOK 70 is the fee for the student council at the institution in question. All students at VID must pay this amount, regardless of whether they are full-time or part-time students, and whether they have paid a fee to a different student welfare organization.
Students at VID also pay a tuition fee that covers operation of VID's study programmes.
Unlike state educational institutions, private ones may charge tuition fees as part of their revenues. Private educational institutions do not receive the same grants from the state as state institutions, but all revenues from students, state grants and other income are retained by the institution and are intended to promote development of the institution, its educational programmes and research, and the students.
The tuition fee may vary according to the educational programme. For more detailed information, see each programme.
Examples of what the tuition fee promotes: Student democracy (including remuneration for student representatives, covering the costs of the Student Parliament), different welfare initiatives at the learning environment, study materials and learning resources.
The tuition fee may be adjusted once a year.
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