Free Video - Norway Best Country To Live In: Norway was ranked as the best country to live in from 2001 to 2007, 2009 and then again in 2010 by the Human Development Index. Today, Norway ranks as the wealthiest country in the world in monetary value, with the largest capital reserve per capita of any nation. In August 2009 the nation's sovereign wealth fund announced that it owned approximately 1% of all the stocks in the world, presumably referring to publicly traded stocks (source Norway Wikipedia). Norway was also rated the most peaceful country in the world in a 2007 survey by Global Peace Index. Extras from Michael Moore's "Sicko".
Does France really have the best health care system in the world? If you thought the Canadian and British systems made the U.S. look bad, brace yourself. In this chapter, we visit a country that blows them all out of the water. Come visit the country that was too extreme, too controversial and too scary to make it into 'SiCKO.'
Norway has the highest labour productivity level (US$ 37.99), followed by the United States (US$ 35.63) and France (US$ 35.08). "Norwegian people get in, get the job don, and get the hell out of there" (source International Labour Organization). Japan and Norway is most receptive to new technology in the world (source: Techradar.com). The Picture above is from Preikestolen. Preikestolen in Lysefjorden. Kjerag Mountain is a massive cliff in Norway that towers 604 meters (1982 feet) in near vertical drop over the ocean. When famous French writer Victor Hugo visited the fjords, he referred to them as “the most terrifying of the ocean reefs.” Preikestolen is a natural rock formation that was carved by melting glaciers at the end of the Ice Age. Thanks to its near straight vertical properties, Preikestolen is popular with BASE jumpers. BASE jumping is legal in Lysefjorden area but as it goes with extreme sports, some BASE jumpers jumped to their deaths here. Free Video
Why do you pay for you Master Degree when you can get it for free in Norway?
Norway is one of very few countries were you almost can study for free and it's starting to be very popular. Denmark and Sweden are starting to increase the study cost. In UK and USA students have to pay allot. Magdalena Brekke, the leader of the international admission (UIS), have consider 4.700 applications... from foreign students to 180 seats, NTNU in Trondheim got 12000 applications to 1000 seats, and the university of Bergen got 3600 applications to 589 seats, but it's many more seats in other cities and other Norwegian schools as well. As a result of the finance crisis many countries have very high unemployment rate Spain 20%, US, UK, and Sweden around 10%. In Norway it's 3,7% at the moment, so after a free Master Degree in Norway it should not be to difficult to get a good job as well. You are WELCOME....