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Why should you choose Oslo?

Oslo is one of Europe’s most beautiful, cultural and unique cities. It is so versatile that you can take a dip in a fjord, hike in a forest and go to a concert – all on the same day. Add to this mix, world-class museums, a thriving cafe culture and a brilliant bartending scene and you’ve got the recipe for a fantastic city!

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The Oslo school

Our EBS Oslo bartending school features 4 fully-equipped bar, 6 free pouring stations, and an incredible live bar. There is also a chill out area and fantastic patio where you can enjoy your lunch or top up your bartending knowledge between classes.

Choosing EBS Oslo means that you’ll train in an intimate venue and receive more one-on-one training from your instructor. EBS Oslo doesn’t follow the WFA (World Flair Association) gradings as part of their training programme. Instead, they’ll teach you practical working flair moves that you can use behind the bar. The school also dedicates more time to training behind the bar and provides extra masterclasses and tastings.

Oslo Accommodation


At EBS Oslo, you will stay at the Anker Hostel. The hostel is modern and is located in the centre of Oslo. It offers free Wi-Fi throughout, a kitchen, a bar and all rooms have private bathrooms. There are bars, restaurants and other local amenities nearby.

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After-hours activities

To stay in-line with current Covid-19 restrictions, we might need to temporarily pause or adjust some of these activities.

The ski jumping hill located at Holmenkollen is one of the tings you can visit during your time in Oslo.

This is the permanent residence of the Norwegian King Harald V.Located at the top of Karl Johans Gate. Check it out and you might catch a glimpse of him or the Queen.

A futuristic designed building and a local hangout during the spring and summer months. Pack some lunch and have a nice time hanging out with your friends.

The world famous painting The Scream was painted by the artist Edvard Munch in 1893. A visit here is a must.

Kon-Tiki was the raft used by Norwegian explorer and writer Thor Heyerdahl in his 1947 expedition across the Pacific Ocean from South America to the Polynesian islands. It was named after the Inca sun god.

Do you like shopping and food? Then you have to visit Aker Brygge. A popular tourist attraction by the sea. A large number of bars, restaurants, out door patios and shops in beautiful surroundings.

Oslo has a large downhill long board scene with many hills to cruise down from. If you would like to compete during your time in Oslo, local comps are organised regularly.

Do like downhill skiing or snowboarding? Then al you have to do is to take the underground train and it will take you to a big area with downhill slopes, rails, big jumps, half pipe, cross country skiing tracks and more.

Sofienbergsparken, Slottsparken, Vigelandsparken are just a few of the local hangouts in central Oslo. Chill out, have a BBQ, practice some flair or study up on your drinks in the sun with you friends.

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