Norway’s second largest city is urban, yet it has still managed to preserve the small town charm.
The city between the seven mountains is beautiful. The wooden houses and cobbled streets create a very special atmosphere.
The population is perhaps the country’s most patriotic and passionate. Nevertheless, it is still easy being new to the town and the student life. People are social and want to meet new people; don’t be surprised if anyone starts a chat on the bus or in line at the grocery store.
Kristiania University College Bergen is central, but still has its own campus atmosphere.
Close relationships with the local business community
For many years, we have been working hard to build close relationships with the business community. This has led to exciting collaborations, among which our students have solved real tasks for TV2, Adams Matkasse, Young Entrepreneurship, Nordic Media Days and many more.
With 700 students, Kristiania University College in Bergen has a good student environment. With the small student mass compared to other colleges in the area, it allows lecturers to see each and every one. This provides a good opportunity for dialogue with teachers and lecturers, and you always find a familiar face to chat with.
A vibrant nightlife with concerts, shopping opportunities, sports facilities and several events organized by the school means there’s never a dull moment.