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The newly redesigned web pages for The University of Bergen web will go live Thursday 10 December.
UiB will start using a digital report system for HSE non-conformities. During 2016 the system will be introduced at all faculties and departments.
The University of Bergen has been awarded the Public Procurement Award for Innovation.
Ocean, Life and Society are the central themes of the University of Bergen’s new strategy.
Since 1995, the Nordic Centre in Fudan has done important work in organising cooperation and exchange of knowledge between Nordic and Chinese researchers and students, says Vice-Rector for International Affairs at UiB, Anne Christine Johannessen.
The Norwegian goverment has decided to phase out the Quota Scheme starting from the academic year 2016-17.
"There can never be too much cooperation," says Hans Egil Offerdal. He is the new head of the University of Bergen secretariat for the Nordic Centre at Fudan University in Shanghai.
Rector Dag Rune Olsen spearheaded a delegation from the University of Bergen to mark the opening of the university’s new office in Brussels.
The Brussels office will increase UiB’s engagement and presence in the EU capital.
We are adjusting our procedures for closing IT user accounts. The regulations for user accounts are being revised. The change is implemented now to ensure compliance with current legislative demands for privacy and data security.
An exchange student at the University of Bergen has died in a tragic accident at Trolltunga, Norway.
The government promises funding for final restoration of the University Museum.
From autumn 2015, it is possible to exercise up to 1 hour per week during working hours, after approval from your leader.
Exhibitions and performances of electronic literature are open to the public as part of the 2015 international electronic literature conference and festival, ELO 2015.
Due to a fault with an external supplier, many keycard readers on university buildings were not operating properly thursday 9th of July. The error is now corrected and the keycards should be working properly.
Author Jon Fosse, Professor Helga Nowotny, former US Vice President Walter F. Mondale, and patron of the arts and science Trond Mohn have been made honorary PhDs at the University of Bergen (UiB).
University of Bergen celebrates 50 years of collaboration in research and education with the University of Khartoum this spring. The first Sudanese PhD candidate enrolled at UiB in 1970.
The Natural History Museum building must now remain closed indefinitely as the Norwegian government did not provide funding for the completion of the Museum Project in the Revised Fiscal Budget for 2015.

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