The University of Oslo is a leading European university and Norway’s largest. UiO is home to outstanding research and offers a great variety in study options.
Admission to. Bachelor's programmes. Master's programmes taught in English. PhD programmes. Exchange programmes and bilateral agreements. Single courses on bachelor's level. Norwegian for Academics (NORA) The International Summer School.
Study programmes in English. All bachelor’s programmes at the University of Oslo are taught in Norwegian. These are our master’s and PhD programmes offered in English and our study options for newly arrived refugees in Norway. Found 72 programmes.
The University of Oslo (Norwegian: Universitetet i Oslo; Latin: Universitas Osloensis) is a public research university located in Oslo, Norway. It is the oldest university in Norway. Originally named the Royal Frederick University, the university was established in 1811 as the de facto Norwegian continuation of Denmark-Norway 's common ...
Inspera, assignments, exam results. Special needs. Leave of absence and other adaptations. Learning resources. Reading rooms, studying techniques. Library. Lend books, write and cite. Jobs and career. Tips and inspiration on how to plan for your future career while still being a student.
Admission is once a year. You can apply for up to two programmes or study options. It is not possible to add or change programmes after the application deadline. If you are offered admission to your first priority, you will not be offered admission to your second priority. The application portal opens 16 October.
International Students at The University of Oslo Contact This page provides important information aimed at students who have been admitted to studies at UiO, in order to prepare for their arrival and semester start.