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Directions and Transportation

The BI Norwegian Business School is centrally located in Oslo-Nydalen and lies close to Aker River, on the lower side of the main road which encircles Oslo. If you’re travelling by public transport, it takes just 10 minutes to travel from the city center. As you walk up the steps from the Nydalen underground station, you’ll see the main entrance of the BI campus directly in front of you.

http://www.bi.no/en/Campuses/Campus-Oslo/About--Campus/How-to-Get-There/

From Gardemoen (Airport)
Upon arrival you can either take the Airport Express Bus, or the Airport Express Train. The Airport Express Bus, which you find just outside the main doors on the arrival level, takes about 40 minutes to the Nydalen bus stop (also the Nor-Way Bussekspress and route F3 to Bekkestua). From here it is about a 5-minute walk to BI’s main entrance.

You can also take the Airport Express Train to Oslo Central Station (approximately 20 minutes), before transferring to the underground ring train to the Nydalen stop. You will find BI’s main entrance directly in front of you when you come up from the station.

The underground ring train to Nydalen goes from the city center eight times per hour. Travelling by underground train takes just 7 minutes from Oslo-Majorstua.

You may take the following subways to Nydalen:

Train number 4 (Ringen) to Bergkrystallen (westbound)
Train number 5 to Storo (westbound)
Train number 6 (Ringen) to Husebybakken (eastbound)

To Gardermoen (Airport)
On the ringway (Ring 3) you have a bus stop for the Airport Express Bus. It is about a 5-minute walk from BI to the bus stop. From here the bus takes about 40 minutes. You can also take the underground to Oslo Central Station – and then the Airport Express Train. This is about a 30-minute trip.




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