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Norwegian School of Management

The Norwegian School of Management is a large, private business school headquartered outside Oslo, Norway. Founded in 1943 by Finn Ĝien[?], the current president is Dr. Torger Reve[?]. As of 2002 it has roughly 19,500 students, about 10,000 of them full-time, and a faculty of 390, in addition to about 600 part-time faculty. Full set of programs: Undergraduate, master, doctoral, as well as executive and on-site programs for businesses. Certified by EQUIS[?]. The Norwegian name is Handelshĝyskolen BI.

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http://www.bi.no - official website

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