If your child is four or five years old, he or she can be given a place in a kindergarten. The reception centre can help you to apply for a place.
If your child is two or three years old, he or she can be given a place in a kindergarten from August the years the child turns two, if the municipality offers free core hours ("gratis kjernetid").
Children who are younger than two years old can also be given a place in a kindergarten if special grounds exist, for example for health or social reasons. Then you must speak to the reception centre staff.
You can also ask the staff at the reception centre if you have general questions about kindergartens and places in kindergartens.
If you are between 6 and 15 years old, you are entitled and obliged to take compulsory schooling in Norway.
Young people above compulsory school age, but who are under 18 and who are applying for a residence permit in Norway, are entitled to take both compulsory schooling (up to lower secondary) and upper secondary education.
Adults are entitled to 250 hours of tuition in the Norwegian language.
If you have any questions about this, you must contact the staff at the reception centre or the school or the municipality where you are staying.