The University of Oslo
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This may not be the place people think of when they talk about nightlife, but why not? Oslo has well over 20,000 students, and some of them would have graduated years ago had it not been for their ability to party. There is a central, official pub with a name that has been lost to history if there ever was one, and thus is consequently just called "the pub." It is good and inexpensive, has no admission fees or dance floor, but has two billiard tables. On the other hand, also at the university, the various student pubs run in the basement of various faculties are far more interesting. They most often have dance floors, a variety of theme nights and bar prices meant for students. You have to pay membership fees at the door, but that is not a major problem. To explain in detail how to find them is impossible in just a few words, but just take the metro to Blindern on a Friday or Saturday and ask for Uglebo or RF-Kjelleren - you may be in for an experience.