Category: Universities in Norway

Bergen School of Architecture

Bergen School of Architecture or BAS (Norwegian: Bergen Arkitekt Skole) is a private and academically independent school which trains architects, located in Bergen, Norway. BAS offers two master’s degree programs: Master of Architecture and Master of Architecture with specialization in Landscape. In the Norwegian context, these two programs stand as alternatives to those offered by the two public architecture schools in Norway (AHO in Oslo and NTNU in Trondheim). BAS…

Barratt Due Institute of Music

Barratt Due Institute of Music (initiated 1927 in Oslo, Norway) is a music education institute founded by the pianist Mary Barratt Due and the violinist Henrik Adam Due. It is a private foundation which receives government funding for parts of its activities. Located at Fagerborg in Oslo the institute offers music education from infant age through college levels.[1] The institute’s motto is “From music kindergarten to concert podium” and the…

Østfold University College

Østfold University College ( Norwegian : Østfold University College , OUC) is a further and higher education institution in south-eastern Norway . It has campuses in Fredrikstad and Halden . Enrollment is Approximately 4,000 students as of 2010 ; and 480 staff. The school is one of 24 public university colleges in Norway, and is a result of five public colleges in Halden , Sarpsborg and Fredrikstad whichwere joined together…

Volda University College

Volda University College ( Norwegian : Volda University College or HVO ) is a college , a Norwegian state institution of higher education, in the village of Volda in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway . It was established Wed August 1st, 1994, When The og Romsdal regional college and the Volda Teachers College were merged. The College has a long tradition in Volda dating back to a teachers’ training college…

University of Tromsø

The University of Tromsø – The Arctic University of Norway ( Norwegian : University of Tromsø – Norway’s Arctic University , is the world’s northern most university . [2] Located in the city of Tromso , Norway , it was established in 1968 and opened in 1972. it is one of eight universities in Norway. The University of Tromso ice Reviews the largest research and educational institution in northern Norway….

University of Stavanger

The University of Stavanger (UiS) is a university located in Stavanger, Norway and established in 2005. It has about 10 100 students and 1300 administration, faculty and service staff as of autumn 2014.[1] It is organised in three faculties, including two national centres of expertise and the Museum of Archaeology. The university offers doctorates in: Literacy; Risk Management and Societal Safety; Educational Sciences; Health and Medicine; Management, Economics and Tourism;…

University of Oslo

The University of Oslo (Norwegian: Universitetet i Oslo), until 1939 named the Royal Frederick University (Norwegian: Det Kongelige Frederiks Universitet), is the oldest university in Norway, located in the Norwegian capital of Oslo. Until 1 January 2016 it was the largest Norwegian institution of higher education in terms of size, now surpassed only by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.[2] The Academic Ranking of World Universities has ranked it…

University of Nordland

The University of Nordland , (Abbreviation: UIN ; Norwegian : University of Nordland ) Previously Bodø University College , was a public university located in Bodo , Norway . In January 2016, the university was merged with Nesna University College and Nord-Trøndelag University College , becoming Northern University Academics Programmes taught in English:[1] Bachelor of Circumpolar Studies Bachelor of English Bachelor of Science in Biology Master in Social Work Master…

University of Bergen

The University of Bergen (Norwegian: Universitetet i Bergen) is a public university located in Bergen, Norway. Although founded as late as 1946, academic activity had taken place at Bergen Museum as far back as 1825. The university today serves approximately 17,000 students, and is one of eight universities in Norway. Tuition The University of Bergen, in common with other Norwegian universities, does not charge tuition fees,[1] which also applies to…

University of Agder

The University of Agder ( Norwegian : Agder University College ), formerly known as College College and Agder University College , is a public university with campuses in Kristiansand and Grimstad , Norway . The institution was established as a university college ( college ) in 1994 through the merger of Agder College and five other colleges, includingservers a technical college and a nursing school , and Became one of…