Where the bachelor’s degree has laid a solid foundation with broad understanding, the master’s degree aims to educate experts in the field.
The campus life as a master’s student is quite different from being a bachelor’s student, and the academic requirements are also higher.
The master programmes emphasize the connection between lectures, current affairs and real issues communities face every day. We invite the best in the business into the classroom.
Our master programmes have few students in each class. This provides good opportunities for active debates og exciting discussions between students and lecturers, but it also requires that all students participate, are active and show up to class.
Much of the learning in a master’s degree is achieved through challenging yourself and meeting fellow students with different backgrounds and experiences. This makes the program both exciting and demanding.
Note: Some of our master’s degree programmes are taught in Norwegian. Applicants to these programmes must therefore have sufficient Norwegian language skills. The master programmes in Technology are taught in English and requires sufficient facility with English language.