This will be a meeting where you have the agenda.
Let them know that you would like to clarify some facts in your CV and that you have some questions about the company and the position.
Start the meeting
Start with a polite greeting like, ‘Hello, my name is [your first and family name (say it slowly and clearly)]. If your name could be difficult for a Norwegian to pronounce give them a way out. Say ‘but you may call me [nickname]. Continue by saying, thank you so much for giving me this time to get to see you, and to talk about some details of the position.’ If you know the contact person’s name ask: ‘Do I now have the pleasure to speak to [use first name and family name].’ If you do not know their name, ask ‘May you, please, tell me your name?’ Be sure to get this right. To get the personal name right will be noted.
Present your agenda
Continue and let them know what you will be talking about in the meeting.
Plan 2 or 3 main points maximum. Find the best points that make you the best candidate for the job. Ask them if this is what they are looking for when the advert asks for… [mention the criteria in the advert]. Explain how these criteria is a part of what you may offer them and that you really think you will fit into the company [mention what you have read on their website].
End the meeting on time
Be sure not to spend more than 10 minutes, including the greeting, the answers you receive and the final comments.
Wrap it all up by repeating the main points and now end your meeting by asking them if there is anything they would like to add to the already informative conversation. Next, thank them using their name, say “thank you [first person’s first name and family name]” and “thank you [second person’s full name]” and then express your appreciation for their time and their useful answers. Tell them you are looking forward to hearing from them when the CVs have been considered. Give them a “Have a nice day!” or say, “I would like to say this to you in Norwegian: “Ha en flott dag!” and then “Bye!” with a smile.