- or Stavanger Partners Information Network - was a Stavanger-based
organisation of ex-pats, for expats, with a wealth of info about living
here and moving here - including housing, schools, car and pet import,
It seems to have stopped in 2009 but a copy of the site then could be found using the link above (in July 2011)
AWC Oslo the
American Womens Club provides a similar service for ex pats in the
is an English-speaking club. Formerly the Petroleum Wives Club, it
now stands for "People Who Connect" and is open to all.
Stavanger Accueil is a French ex-patriate organisation with a
lot of information in French.
Stavanger Chamber of Commerce - Næringsforeningen - runs an
Center to help the employees and families of their members
Stavanger Expats is a blog and website by expats for expats with a lot of useful information
The Foreigner has Norwegian news in English - published in Stavanger by an English expat
The New In Norway - nyinorge government website has
a mass of practical information on tax, registration, health service, schooling and much more
Our Links page has some other useful links
or buying property
SPIN has some useful information
on buying or leasing a house or apartment, and there are other sites to help you choose.
restaurant guides, etc
We think you'll find the
best information on trips
out in the region here - ranging from an hour or two to a week or more.
This includes detailed guides to ski
resorts in the region, for example.
and bar guides are very popular
- especially for the Stavanger area.
We have some information on specialist
shops - food etc - so let us know if you can't find something
and we will see if we can help.
Let us know if you can't find the information
School of Stavanger (ISS) follows the
British IGCSE and the International Baccalaureate Diploma programme,
for all ages of school children. It has (late 2010) 720 students from many countries - British and 44 others
British International School Stavanger
(BISS) follows international curricula recognised in the UK for children up to the age of
School Stavanger (Lycee Francais de Stavanger) shares a building
Skole near the centre of Stavanger
There used to be a Dutch school - this is now part of ISS and younger
pupils can have lessons in Dutch.
is a British site, but has global information for expats.
to Norway seminars
Rankin runs cross-cultural seminars in the Stavanger area, to
help new ex-pats learn about their new home.