This is an overview of all the course options that our exchange students can apply for in the academic year 2017/2018.
- Course list: You will find the course descriptions of most courses for exchange students in the course list.
- Exceptions: There are a few exceptions, which you can read about below under Course options not listed in the course list.
Course options not listed in the course list - Fine Art, Music and Design
Most courses in Fine Art, Music and Design
Most of the courses in these subject areas are not advertised in the course list. Read more about what our departments offer and contact the exchange coordinator at the Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design if needed.
Course options not listed in the course list - Alternative study options
If you will not register for regular courses at UiB, you can choose among these alternatives in the course list on Søknadsweb:
- Project/ Lab work:
- For students who will only work on their thesis while they are at UiB.
- If you need a supervisor at UiB, you must contact academic staff at the relevant department/faculty to acquire a supervisor.
- It is important that you discuss your options with your home university before you leave home.
- Clinical rotation:
- You can only choose this option if you are nominated on an exchange agreement in the subject areas of medicine or dentistry.
- UNIS Svalbard:
- For students applying to UNIS.
- Apply to both UiB and UNIS by 15 April/15 October.
- NHH (Norwegian School of Economics):
- UiB students can apply for one course per semester at NHH, in addition to UiB courses.
- How to apply to NHH:
Course options not listed in the course list - Courses taught in Norwegian
Proficiency in Scandinavian language required
You can apply for courses taught in Norwegian if you are proficient in one of the Scandinavian languages (Norwegian, Swedish or Danish).
How to add these courses to your application
After you have applied in Søknadsweb, you must email the course code(s) and title(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org and upload documentation of your language proficiency in your application on Søknadsweb. We will add the courses to your application for you.
Content of the course descriptions
Each course description includes:
- ECTS credits: Tells you how many ECTS credits you are awarded for each course. A full work load for one semester is 30 ECTS credits in total.
- Teaching semester: Tells you whether the course is taught in autumn and/or spring.
- Course code
- 100-level: Bachelor's level courses.
- 200-level: Can be included at both bachelor's and master's level.
- 300-level: Master's level courses.
- Number of semesters: Tells you if a course runs over 1 or 2 semesters.
- Language: Tells you which language the course is taught in.
- Resources (schedule and reading list): Tells you when there are lectures and seminars/workshops, and lists the course literature for the current semester.
- Select semester: To make sure you get the most recent information, choose autumn semester 2017 / spring semester 2018.
Norwegian language course available for exchange students
The Short Introductory Course in Norwegian Language and Culture is especially suited for exchange students who wish to acquire basic knowledge of the Norwegian language and culture.
Completion of the NOR-INTRO course is awarded with 7.5 ECTS credits, and most students will be able to combine this with their other courses.
As a new exchange student, you must apply for the Short Introductory Course at Søknadsweb in your application for exchange, along with your other courses. This means that the final deadline to apply for this specific course is 1 May/15 October.