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In August, six new and innovative media study programmes are launched in Media City Bergen. Academic Director Ole J. Mjøs looks forward to welcoming new media students to Bergen.
The University of Bergen has success in the QS university rankings, based on subject areas. Within the category of marine research, the University of Bergen was named the 37th best in the world.
The Bergen Summer Research School (BSRS) 2017 application deadline is coming up on March 1. Join us this summer for a cross-disciplinary research school exploring some of the most pressing challenges facing our world.
With support from the Research Council of Norway, the graphics company Vizrt and the University of Bergen are developing a world-leading tool for online video editing.
The mobile phone has become the journalist's primary tool. New technologies are being integrated in the journalism and new media studies at the University of Bergen.
A sick goose-beaked whale was found on the west coast of Norway. Its stomach was filled .as much as 30 plastic bags, and many smaller pieces of plastic. The whale was emaciated, and scientists believe that the plastic had gathered in such an amount in its stomach that it had created a plug, stopping the digestive process.
A selection of the excellent research conducted at the University of Bergen in the past twelve months.
Norwegian research is becoming increasingly cited and research from the University of Bergen is in a class of its own.
The University of Bergen has received an “Excellent International Student Satisfaction Award”.
Students who complete a master's degree find it easier to find work and are more satisfied in their jobs.
When Kristian Ytre-Hauge worked on his master’s thesis, he never dreamed of being one of those bringing the technology to Bergen.
The University of Bergen is still ranked as one the 200 best universities of the world, according to the QS World University Ranking.
Researcher Nele Meckler wants to understand climate changes by studying fossil shells. She considers herself to be a climate detective.
What will the earth’s climate be like in the future? Noel Keenlyside works hard to let us know.
Criminals who are sentenced to prison are less prone to reoffend. They are also more likely to work. This is shown by a study led by researchers at the University of Bergen.
The sun shone as 5,000 new students were welcomed to the University of Bergen in autumn 2016. Students from more than 100 countries are among the new faces.
Climate change was less important for technological innovation among Stone Age humans than previously assumed.

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