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A new exhibition of Nikolai Astrups works recently opened at KODE, and we went to explore it a February afternoon.
A dark and rainy Wednesday afternoon, after a long working day, a bright red bus left UiB. It went looking for the fun and the excitement of Christmas.
The immigration management in Bergen will be centralized to two units when the new SUA office opens 15th of June 2015.
For the first time ever, SIM invited researchers and partners for basic course in cross country skiing.
Socialising with Norwegians was very popular
The second fishing trip SIM and the INN Club organized together was a huge success. More than 100 people and a German TV-team went fishing at Sotra.
SIM arranged a tour of Kode 3 Bergen Arts Museum (Bergen Kunst Museet) for international employees on the evening of Tuesday, 12th November, to see some of the Norwegian historical arts and paintings.
The guided city walk is one of the famous activities arranged by SIM.This time SIM decided to take participants back into the middle age Bergen town from Bergen Storesenter via Marken up to the Hanseatic Museum.
The sun was shining, the fish were biting and everybody seemed to enjoy the fishing trip organized by SIM and the INN-club.
This year the Service centre for International Mobility as a tradition arranged a summer trip to the Norwegian Knitting Museum, on 20th June.
Open every day from Monday to Friday, 1 - 3 p.m. The new centre which was opened in January has now completed the first semester, and here is a short summary of activities during spring at SIM.
The immigration process often involves visiting the local police immigration section.
In 2011, the second "Staff Mobility Week" for administrative and technical staff from abroad was organizes. Claire Delamore, a librarian at Newcastle University, has created a blog about her experience here as part of the library group.