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Students enrolled in this school.
Bachelor's programs offered entirely in English.
5
Master's programs offered entirely in English.

Why should I study here?

One of OsloMet’s greatest strengths is our educational portfolio. With our institution home to degree programmes in teacher education, nursing, engineering—to name just a few—we are uniquely positioned to develop cutting-edge solutions to the challenges facing the welfare state.OsloMet is a large, urban university home to some of Norway's oldest and best-known programmes of professional study. Many of our alumni work on the front lines of the welfare state. Every year, OsloMet graduates begin working as teachers, social workers, nurses, engineers and other welfare state professionals striving to improve the lives of people across the life cycle. Our impact does not end here. OsloMet researchers contribute to society in an equally important way—by producing knowledge and proposing solutions to challenges facing the Norwegian welfare state and societies around the world.  Our university's logo takes the shape of an arrow. This is meant to symbolise OsloMet’s role as an educational institution driving the Norwegian welfare state forward through innovation, cutting-edge research, new approaches to long-standing problems.

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What is student life like?

OsloMet has two campuses, the largest one is in the city center (Pilestredet), a few blocks away from the Royal Palace, and the other one in is the suburbs (Kjeller) surrounded by nature and farmland. As an OsloMet Student, you can use our gyms for free, and you can also use SiO’s facilities (paid). OsloMet gyms. There are two fully-equipped gyms in the city center campus and one at Kjeller that are completely free for international students. SiO SportsSiO has many gyms throughout Oslo, swimming pools, and classes.OsloMet has over 40 different student societies that you can join, and there are many other societies within the city of Oslo which are open to students. Students can start their own student associations by gathering a group of three people.

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Housing is assigned by the school on a first-come, first serve basis. Prices start at 394 euros per month.

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