1920s|Monarch: Oscar II
Prime Minister: Otto Blehr, then Francis Hagerup
7 April - Fredrikstad Football Club (FFK) is founded
16 June – Roald Amundsen commences the first east-west navigation of the Northwest Passage by leaving Oslo, Norway.
10 August – The Oseberg ship, a well-preserved Viking ship from the 9th century, was discovered in a large burial mound at the Oseberg farm near Tønsberg in the Vestfold county.
22 October - Francis Hagerup succeeded Otto Blehr as Prime Minister of Norway
The 1903 Parliamentary election takes place.
Edvard Grieg, in Paris, became the first Norwegian to make gramophone records
5 January - Kirsten Hansteen, politician and Minister, first female member of cabinet in Norway (died 1974)
19 January - Dyre Vaa, sculptor and painter (died 1980)
29 January - Olav Rytter, newspaper editor, radio personality, foreign correspondent, philologist and translator (died 1992)
3 February - Johan Strand Johansen, politician and Minister (died 1970)
25 February - Olav Kjetilson Nylund, politician (died 1957)
17 March - Olav Meisdalshagen, politician and Minister (died 1959)
27 March - Leif Tronstad, scientist, intelligence officer and military organizer (died 1945)
28 March - Hans Kristian Bromstad, politician (died 1971)
24 April - Anders Platou Wyller, philologist and humanist (died 1940)
27 April - Tor Skjønsberg, resistance leader, politician and Minister (died 1993)
28 April - Egil Rasmussen, author, literature critic and musician (died 1964)
2 May - Øivin Fjeldstad, conductor and violinist (died 1983)
19 May - Karl Eugen Hammerstedt, politician (died 1960)
24 May - Gudbrand Bernhardsen Tandberg, politician (died 1949)
26 May - Sverre Helgesen, high jumper (died 1981)
1 June - Hans Vogt, linguist (died 1986)
3 June – Tobias Gedde-Dahl, physician (died 1994).
10 June – Ferdinand Strøm, dentist and a pioneer in developing forensic dentistry in Norway (died 1990).
14 June - Nils Helgheim, politician (died 1982)
17 June - Halvor Bunkholt, politician (died 1978)
25 June - Kai Knudsen, politician (died 1977)
26 June - Iver Johan Unsgård, politician (died 1993)
2 July - Olav V, King of Norway (died 1991)
4 July - Hans Jacob Ustvedt, medical doctor and broadcasting administrator (died 1982)
12 July - Haldis Tjernsberg, politician (died 1972)
31 July - Sigmund Skard, poet, essayist and professor of literature (died 1995)
17 August - Kittill Kristoffersen Berg, politician (died 1983)
17 August - Olav Sunde, javelin thrower and Olympic bronze medallist (died 1985)
29 August - Ole Stenen, Nordic skier, Olympic silver medallist and World Champion (died 1975)
15 September - Trygve Braarud, botanist (died 1985)
24 September – Andreas Martinius Andersen, civil servant.
15 October - Erik Anker, sailor and Olympic gold medallist (died 1994)
7 November - Ståle Kyllingstad, sculptor (died 1987).
20 November - Leif Skagnæs, Nordic combined skier
24 November - Sverre Bernhard Nybø, politician (died 1976)
27 November - Karen Grønn-Hagen, politician and Minister (died 1982)
27 November - Lars Onsager, physical chemist and theoretical physicist, winner of the 1968 Nobel Prize in Chemistry (died 1976)
6 December - Kristian Hovde, cross country skier (died 1969)
15 December - Georg Braathe, long distance runner (died 1968)
4 January - Christian Fredrik Sissenèr, property owner and politician (born 1849)
20 March - Carl Anton Bjerknes, mathematician and physicist (born 1825)
17 August - Hans Gude, painter (born 1825)
28 August - Hans Hein Theodor Nysom, politician (born 1845)
10 October - Jacob Thurmann Ihlen, politician (born 1833)
12 October - Olaus Alvestad, educator and newspaper editor (born 1866)
27 October - Erika Nissen, pianist (born 1845)
1903 in Norway Wikipedia
Events in the year 1903 in Norway.