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A new mobile application will make it easier for students to stay up to date and receive information on their mobile. The app is available for Android and iOS devices
Do you want to welcome new international students and get a new friend?
Knut Martin Tande at the Faculty of Law bought some trainers and sped up the pace of digitalisation. Now he and the academic leadership of the faculty have received the Learning Environment Award for 2016.
Students who complete a master's degree find it easier to find work and are more satisfied in their jobs.
All important letters from the University of Bergen directly to your digital mailbox.
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.
A fire in a computer room in Nygårdsgaten 5 earlier today causes the university IT systems to be unstable.
Due to the storm today all lectures are cancelled today Friday 29. January, from 12.00 and the rest of the day. We advice all to go home. Please follow uib.no for further information.
Every day, 6,300 people die as a result of work accidents or work-related diseases. A new online course from UiB seeks to prevent workers from injuries and death.
Strategic communication is a new course at the University of Bergen. The course aims to educate students to think strategically – both as communicators and as citizens.
In October a number of students will be receiving the national student survey from NOKUT.
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.
Interested in films? Every Friday afternoon this semester, a Latin American film will be shown at UiB Global.
More than 850 new international students were given a proper Bergen welcome at the beginning of August.
Rhiannon Lee studies Human Geography at the University of Reading in England. In the autumn semester 2014 she moved her geography studies to Bergen.
The Faculty of Law is introducing digital written examinations for several subjects this spring.
More than 3,400 former University of Bergen students have registered on UiB’s alumni home page. The goal is to register 5,000 alumni before UiB’s alumni day, 12 September 2015.