In most cases, you will be housed by The Student Welfare Organisation in Hedmark (SIH). You will have your own bedroom, and share bathroom and kitchen areas with other students.


Most residence halls are equipped with Internet connections. Students in this shared living space may be both Norwegian and international. There are no residence halls that are male or female only, so your shared living space will be mixed. In general, Norwegian students live quite independently in the residence hall setting.

The configuration of living spaces – size of rooms, availability of common rooms, etc. – varies from campus to campus, but all in all, the standard is acceptable.  


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