A ranking of American colleges and universities providing quality education and value to international students from Norway.
University of Alabama at Birmingham tops our Southeast list of the Best Affordable U.S. Colleges & Universities for Students From Norway. UAB charges an average of $19,032 per year for tuition and fees (before accounting for financial aid).
There are a total of 16 colleges and universities included in this ranking of high quality and low cost schools for students from Norway.
This ranking was designed to help students from Norway find quality and affordable education options in the United States. Read the methodology behind the ranking.
|Rank||University/College||Location||Tuition & Fees|
|1||University of Alabama at Birmingham||Birmingham, Alabama||$19,032|
|2||University of Florida||Gainesville, Florida||$28,659|
|3||Radford University||Radford, Virginia||$22,709|
|4||The University of Tampa||Tampa, Florida||$28,426|
|5||University of Georgia||Athens, Georgia||$30,392|
|6||Life University||Marietta, Georgia||$11,715|
|7||Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus||Atlanta, Georgia||$33,014|
|8||University of South Carolina - Columbia||Columbia, South Carolina||$31,962|
|9||Francis Marion University||Florence, South Carolina||$20,918|
|10||Middle Tennessee State University||Murfreesboro, Tennessee||$26,348|
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