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.
European Languages, Literature, European and American Studies. History, Archaeology and Conservation Studies. Ibsen Studies. Media and Communication. Musicology. Philosophy, History of Art and Ideas, Greek and Latin. Scandinavian Studies, Celtic Studies, Linguistics and Textual Sciences.
The University of Oslo is Norway?s largest and oldest institution of higher education. It was founded in 1811 when Norway was still under Danish rule. Today the University of Oslo has approx. 30,000 students and 4,600 employees. Four Nobel Prize winners indicates the quality of the research at the University.
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.
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.
Read this story on the University of Oslo's website. The individual programme web pages hold information on the admission requirements and how to apply for admission to the programmes.
PhD programmes. Each faculty has its own PhD programme. The programme pages give details on how to apply, the programme structure, thesis and public defence. PhD in the Humanities. PhD at The Faculty of Law. PhD in medicine and health sciences. PhD at The Faculty of Dentistry.
List of all courses. ARK2130 – From the Bronze Age to the Vikings and Beyond. Archaeological Analysis of Past Technology. ARK4130 – From the Bronze Age to the Vikings and Beyond. Archaeological Analysis of Past Technology. BIOS5960 – Biosscience. Master Thesis.
Find out about UiO research, researchers, projects and research groups, as well as opportunities for doctoral degrees and careers in research.
The university constitutes Norway’s largest research institution comprising eight faculties: Theology, Law, Medicine, Humanities, Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Dentistry, Social Sciences, and Education. It offers over 800 courses, all taught in English, with 40 Master’s degree programmes also taught in English.