Admission requirements and practical information

Admission requirements and practical information

For our MBA in Seafood Management.

Admission requirements

Participants must meet one of the following educational background criteria:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Cand.mag. degree
  • Other degree or course of study with a scope of at least three years (180 credits)
  • Education that, pursuant to Section 3-4 of the Norwegian Act relating to Universities and University Colleges, is recognised as equivalent to the above-mentioned degrees or educational programmes.

Participants must have at least two years of relevant work experience.


Upload the original documents that you received from the educational institution. All documentation must be in either a Scandinavian language or English, officially issued by your previous institutions or in a certified translation. For more information, please read Admission MBA in Seafood Management.

Tuition Fee and Costs

Tuition includes teaching, literature, lunch and refreshments in the breaks.

Other costs:

Accommodation and evening meals in Bergen will cost approx. NOK 10 000 (optional).

Travel, housing and personal expenses concerning the study sessions in Europe, Americas and Asia

Travel and housing are stipulated to approx. NOK 25 000 per session.

The university fee to Sammen (student union) will cost NOK 600 per semester (§ 15 in the regulation on student unions)

NHH does not offer scholarships.

Scope and duration

The program is organised as a two-year, part-time program worth 60 ECTS. It is an experience-based master's degree program, and candidates who complete the program receive a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree with a specialisation in Seafood Management.

Mandatory Attendance

The program has mandatory attendance. The particular characteristics of the program require an active and committed effort. This means that there must be an advance agreement with your employer on leave to attend the sessions.


NHH will order literature packages that are normally sent out in advance of the program/semester. In addition, there is required reading that will be made available electronically.

Payment Terms

Tuition and exam fees are billed in advance of each semester. The first invoice is sent after the first meeting.

The invoice will be sent directly to you as a student, at your registered email address. If the employer is to pay for the study, you must clarify with your employer how this is to be done.

If you need an individualized payment plan, please contact