As a self-financing student, you must be aware that living expences in Norway are very high. An average student spends about NOK 10 000 per month for accommodation, food, transport etc.

From the academic year 2015/2016 it might be introduce tuition fees. This will be decided on in December 2014.

The enlisted programs are taught in English. Self-financing students from non-EU countries are also accepted.

Master programs

Master's Degree in Applied Ecology - 120 ECTS

Master's Degree in Applied and Commercial Biotechnology - 120 ECTS

Master's Degree in Sustainable Agriculture - 120 ECTS

 

Other programs

Norwegian language and culture for international students

 

How to apply

Hedmark University College does not cooperate with recruiting agencies. We prefer to work directly with the students. Some recruiting agencies may claim to cooperate with us, but this is not true. As a prospective student, you should not pay any application fees and not have to go through particular agencies to gain admission. Admission is based on academic merit and the level of competition alone.

You can read more about the application and admission process here:

Admission process for Non-EU/EEA Citizens

Admission process for EU/EEA and Nordic Citizens

 

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