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According to a new survey, 41% of Norwegian students have few or no friends where they study.

“We cannot live with over 40% of students feeling this way.

Kari Jassy Ronning, director of the Student Health and Wellbeing Research, said in a press release:

The survey found that 41% of the nearly 60,000 students who responded said they have few or no friends where they study.

The Norwegian Students’ Organization (NSO) believes that some students should prioritize work over making friends.

NSO leader Micah Marie Godal warned that “many people have full-time studies and part-time jobs that leave little time for life outside of study and work.”

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