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Student Recruitment Fair Bergen
24 – 25 January 2019

The student recruitment fair in Bergen takes place in Grieghallen which is a large concert & exhibition venue in the city centre. As an exhibitor at the fair, you will meet potential students from the west coast region of Norway.

The majority of visitors are students from high school and junior high school. The students are invited to the fair throught close collaboration with the student advisors at each school, and are offered bus transport to the exhibition venue. Other visitors at the fair include students from community colleges and universities, student advisors, teachers, job seekers and others who are interested in education and career opportunities.

The exhibitors at the fair are both national and international universities, colleges, community colleges, private schools and various organisations. Special interest groups, and companies that wish to promote certain industries and professions are also represented.

Details for the event:

Exhibition Venue
Edvard Griegs plass 1
N-5015 Bergen

Mantling of stands
Wednesday 23 January: 14.00 – 18.00

Opening Hours
Thursday 24 January: 09.00 – 15.00
Friday 25 January: 09.00 – 14.00

Fair magazine

An individual magazine for the Bergen fair will be handed out to all visitors at the entrance. The magazine contains relevant information for the event such as floor plan, exhibitor listing and seminar overview. There is also a general section with articles, adverts and advertorial which will be included in the magazines for all the fairs (10 fairs, with 90 000 visitors in total). Exhibitors can be profiled in the general section of the magazine with an advert or article. We also recommend all participants to book an extended listing, which will allow you to have your logo, info text and contact details in the exhibitor overview.

You can see the magazine for 2018 below.

Travel Information – Bergen

Bergen is located on the west coast of Norway and is surrounded by many famous mountains and fjords. Bergen is the second largest city in Norway and is also the leading city for international trade and shipping.
Top Attractions:
  • The Hanseatic Wharf (bryggen) – Comprises the remains of the old harbour buildings and is an historical and important part of the city. Also on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
  • Fløibanan Funicular – a short ride from the city centre takes you to the top of Fløien Mountain (320m above sea level) Enjoy the magnificent view of the city, the mountains and fjords.
  • Trollhaugen / The Edvard Grieg Museum – the home to Norway’s most famous composer Edvard Grieg (1843 – 1907) where he lived for 22 years and composed many of his best-known works.

For more travel information, please visit: www.visitnorway.com