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The University of Oslo which was established on the 2nd day of September 1811 was popularly known as the Royal Frederick University. This was until the year 1939, when its name officially changed.
 
This University which is located in Oslo, Norway was the largest university by land area but however, it has been surpassed and is playing a secondary role to the Norwegian Institute of Science.

A brief history of the University incites us that one core reason for its creation was to encourage political separatist tendencies as Norway sought Independence from Sweden at that time.

The original reason for its creation was to train men and women who will go on to become government ministers and representatives of the parliament.

The University of Oslo as at 2018 is currently ranked at no 142. This is a great fall compared to its 2016 ranking where it ranked at 113.

University of Oslo Tuition fees
University of Oslo all we all know is a public university. Therefore in the University of Oslo, there is no tuition fee. Instead, there is a sum amounting to NOK 600 (74 USD) which is paid by every student. Does this mean that other expenses are covered? No. You the student will still have to foot the bill of your living expenses and other necessary costs.

The student can take up a job that will enable him to meet up with these expenses. This is dependent however if the visa that the student has will avail him the opportunity to take up a job.

However, Ph.D. students in the University can get access to funds when they take up temporary employment in the fellowships.

Courses Offered At University of Oslo
Nutrition
The department of nutrition has 2 courses. These courses are taught throughout the semester.

The faculty of humanities has a bid to produce students of repute in the fields of religion, philosophy, history etc. The faculty of humanities has eight departments under its umbrella. They are;

Culture, Religion, Asian Languages, Asian and African Studies
European Languages, Literature, European and American Studies
History, Archaeology and Conservation Studies
Ibsen Studies
Media and Communication
Musicology
Philosophy, History of Art and Ideas, Greek and Latin
Scandinavian Studies, Celtic Studies, Linguistics and Textual Sciences
 

Mathematics and natural sciences
The faculty of Mathematics and natural sciences hearkens unto a global perspective which connotes science at the heart of every development. Well, this is not far from the truth. There are ten departments under this faculty which are;

Mathematics, Mechanics, Statistics.
Technology Systems.
Theoretical Astrophysics.
 Dentistry

The faculty of dentistry from the University of Oslo is a lone department. This faculty offers one course in its faculty.

Social sciences
The faculty has seven departments/topics that teach over 200 courses in its Bachelor and Post-Graduate Programmes. The seven topics are;

Economics
Political Science
Psychology
Social Anthropology
Sociology and Human Geography
Technology, Innovation and Culture
Interdisciplinary courses
 

The faculty of education has three departments/topics under the faculty. These departments/topics train the students with 102 courses in its Bachelor and Post-Graduate Programmes. The three departments are;

Educational measurement
Educational research
Special Needs Education
University of Oslo Admission Process
The admission rate for the University of Oslo is a little above 6% in cumulative. The university offers admissions on programmes such as;

Bachelor programme.
Masterís programme
D. programme.
Exchange programmes and bilateral agreements.
Single courses on bachelor levels.
Norwegian for Academics (NORA).
The international summer rate.
Bachelor programme: The bachelor programme of the University of is a four year course which involves a compulsory one year Norwegian language learning course and a three year bachelorís programme. This makes it a total of four years.

It is mandatory that you prove you are proficient in the Norwegian language before you can be offered admission into its programme. So your application letter should be able to prove your proficiency.

Masterís programme: The admission into the masterís programme is conditional. The application processes are based on citizenry and continental basis. They are;

Application procedure for Nordic citizens and residents of Norway.
Application procedure for the EU/EEA/Swiss applicants.
Application procedure for non-EU students
Application procedure for Nordic citizens and residents of Norway: The application for this program starts from the 1st of February while the deadline is the 15th day of April. This however, is not the same for those who plan to master in Health Economics and Management.

 Application procedure for the EU/EEA/Swiss applicants: The application portal for the first phase of this project which starts in January opens on the 15th day of September and closes on the 15th day of October. For the second phase which starts in August opens up on the 1st day of February and closes on the 1st day of March.

 Application procedure for non-EU students: The admission is annual. The portal open 1st October and closes 1st The programmes begins in the month of August.

The qualification for this programme includes;


 
You must meet the academic requirements. As you scroll down, you will have access to all the programmes that are available to you. Youíre able to apply for three prioritized programmes.
You must meet the English requirements. You have to take an English test if you are not proficient in the language. IELTS and TOEFL take such tests and you need to possess a document that proves your proficiency.
Prepare your application. Possess all the required documents and put them in a pdf. Format. You can have your results imported from other Norwegian institutions and established on the portal.
Complete your relevant courses in the application semester. Make sure you have completed every degree course. This is necessary to keep your admission valid.
Register your application. Make sure you have it registered before the deadline which is the 15th day of March so as to avoid your admission made null and void.
Reprioritize alternatives. You can reprioritize your programmes. Some of your programs start July and the others November. However, if youíre offered admission for your first priority, you donít get offered another admission again.
Getting your application results. You will be notified through your e-mail on your admission status and a short deadline will be given for your response.
Supplementary admission. When some places remain unfilled, admissions will be given to applicants that are on the waiting list. However, if you are offered a supplementary admission on a course that you gave higher priority in your application, you automatically lose the admission.
D. programme: This is the highest level of education in the University of Oslo. Participation in this programme has a stipulated time period of three years out of which you will use two and half to write a thesis. To gain admission into a Ph.D. programme, you must meet the following requirements;

Have a Masterís degree: You must have completed your Masterís programme and you also would possess a certificate that validates you.
Funding: You must have the funding that will see you through the end of your programme. One of the best ways to get this funding is when youíre employed as a doctoral fellow.
Doctoral research fellow: There are fellowships that offer temporary employment and also give a leave when youíre in a Ph.D. programme. However, to get a job there requires that you apply for an advertised position.
External funding: In the University of Oslo, those enrolled in Ph.D. programmes donít have a studentís status and there is no tuition fee for their programmes. However, the student is open to external funding which must cover living expenses and the cost of research. This funding can never come from the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund or to regular student accommodation.
Exchange programmes and bilateral agreements: The University of Oslo engages in exchange programmes in over 500 universities where its students go to other institutions and study for one or two semesters.

To apply for this admission into an exchange program, Exchange students must be nominated in UiOís nomination service by their home university. The deadlines are 1st May for the autumn semester and 1st November for the spring semester.

There are over 800 courses which are taught in English in the exchange programme. The course descriptions give very detailed information about each course, the course contents, when and where itís taught, the syllabus and the examination form.

Bilateral students at the University of Oslo can make a choice to apply for Norwegian Language Courses both on the foundational and advanced level.

Norwegian Language Courses are taught at the Department of Linguistics and Scandinavian Studies. The credit value of these courses can be incorporated into a degree if the courses are recognized by your native institution.

Intensive Norwegian Language Courses are offered in the summer through the International Summer School (ISS) at the University of Oslo.

There will be a free online introductory course to the Norwegian language.

You will need to get a residence permit for this program and since residence permitís take time to process, itís wise that you start the process two months before the due date. However, if you do not succeed, as a bilateral or exchange student, you will be given an option to get your permit seven days into your program. Non EU/EEA students also need to get their visa ready as they are in the process of getting their residence permit. The residence permit doesnít apply for EU student who will need to just register with the police if they are going to stay for more than three months. Norwegian students just need to renew their residence permit.

Student housing must be booked before the start of the program. This is to make it easier for the student to get a very comfortable place in one of the student houses. Only students who diligently follow the process, get access to housing. The students on an exchange programme must arrive two days earlier so as to be part of the orientation program.

Single courses on Bachelor Level: There can be a range of courses on bachelor level which are available for the student to undertake but first the student will need to fulfil the academic requirements.
The applicant must submit all documents of Higher education entrance qualification including English and Norwegian proficiency. You must have them validated by institutes that teach these courses such as TOEFL, IELTS etc.
There are some courses which have special arrangements that are not conventional and these courses are in Informatics and Mathematics and Natural Sciences.
You must meet the Norwegian language requirement for this programme.
The admission process for this courses starts with;

Registering your application: Norwegian and Nordic citizens and applicants residing in Norway and the Nordic countries, can also apply for single courses at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences which are offered in English on Masterís level.
You apply using the online application system SÝknadsweb. For those studies that fall into the autumn semester 2018, SÝknadsweb is open for applications starting from 15 June.

Please note that English proficiency is a strong requirement that will be strictly enforced for admission.

You may have restricted admission in some of the Natural Sciences courses, a required sequence of courses or a required previous knowledge.

The University of Oslo will require original documents so you should get all your original documents ready as much as you have the photocopied ones.

Registering for courses and semester fee payment: The faculty will contact and assist you with every registration for all the courses. After you must have finished this, you may then register for vacant courses on Student Web starting from 21st August 2018.

The deadline for registration is 1st September 2018.

You will have to pay the semester fee and copy fee by 1 September 2018. Students who wish to continue in the programme will find the payment information on Student Web.

   
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