Study visits

Study visits

Tore Grønningsæter fra EFTA-sekratariet holdt foredrag om Norges forhold til ulike EU-programmer.

Tore Grønningsæter from the EFTA secretariat doing a presentation on Norway’s relation to different EU programs.

Do you want to know more about the EU and the EEA?

Does your business need/want more knowledge about Norway’s largest international agreement?
Do you want to increase your competence on EU policies in your field of research?
Do you want to get in touch with key personnel in the EU system?

The Mid-Norway European Office is happy to organize study visits in Brussels. We have a conference room for up to 50 people, and can customize a professional program tailored to your needs.

The Mid-Norway European Office can arrange seminars with Norwegian and international speakers, we can assist visits to the European Parliament, the EU Commission and the Council of the EU. We can also rganize meetings with representatives from the Norwegian mission to the EU, the EU commission, Norwegian NGOs in addition to others with knowledge on your field.

Practical matters in Brussels

The Mid-Norway European Office primarily assists as an organizer of a professional program.

The study group must deal with other practical matters, such as flight tickets, hotel, dinner reservations etc.

The Mid-Norway European Office gladly offers tips and recommendations on hotels and restaurants!

Routines for study visits

If you are interested in a study visit at the Mid-Norway European Office, please send an email to

The email must specify at least one contact person for the group. The contact information must be clearly indicated.

You will then be assigned a contact person at the Mid-Norway European Office in Brussels. If a planning meeting is requested, our coordinator in Trøndelag will assist you with that.

To be able to guarantee professional expertise, and with respect to external speakers, we need groups to indicate their interest 6 to 3 months in advance of the planned visit.

A complete list of participants must be sent to the contact person assigned in Brussels. If the study group wishes to visit one of the EU institutions, a complete list of participants must be delivered at least 2 months in advance. The list must include full name, registered address and social security number. This is due to the security rules set by the EU institutions.

Dress code

Visitors should be aware that the dress code in Brussels suggests a formal outfit in the work environment.

We are looking forward to seeing you in Brussels. Welcome!

Do you want more information on study visits, or does your business consider a study visit at the Mid-Norway European Office in Brussels? Send an email to