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The University of Bergen (UiB) is an internationally oriented, research-intensive university. Long-term and fundamental research of high international quality and research-based education makes the foundation for all our activities. Across 7 faculties and 40 departments, UiB contributes to knowledge that shapes society.

UiB Brussels Office

The UiB Brussels Office works strategically in Brussels to strengthen UiB’s visibility and impact on the European level. Furthermore, the office liaises between Bergen and Brussels and offers strategic advice and support to the home institution. In Brussels we work closely with other university offices in Brussels and various R&I actors to foster collaboration and growing UiBs international network.
Read more about UiB's international network here.

The University of Bergen Brussels Office was established in 2015, and we are currently located in the European Quarter of Brussels, together with three other research institutions from Norway, at the Norwegian House of Research and Innovation (NOHRI)

Are you a researcher or a University of Bergen employee?

Explore the meeting rooms, guest offices, and resources available to you in Brussels. For researchers and UiB employees our office is here to support your work and provide information on opportunities for collaboration and engagement within the European community.
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UiB AI | Horizon Europe
Illustrasjon av kunstig intelligens

Training future leaders in artificial intelligence

Over the next 5 years, a large interdisciplinary project at UiB will advance the frontier of knowledge in artificial intelligence (AI), with a particular focus on reliable and ethical development in the field. The program is supported by the EU and aims to train 19 researchers from various...

Offshore Wind | OW2040
Hywind Tampen

A new consortium in Norway gathers to establish a groundbreaking offshore wind centre

Offshore Wind 2040 (OW2040) is on track to become a Centre for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME) by the end of 2024. If the Research Council of Norway approves the FME application, OW2040 could become a world-leading hub for offshore wind development.

Crushing waves, Ireland, Co. Kerry

COMFORT project warns of irreversible damage to marine environment

Climate change, pollution and overfishing threaten our oceans. The EU-COMFORT project calls for imminent greenhouse gas reduction to limit irreversible damage.

Denne steinen er fra havbunnen og er bygget av små stilker skapt av jernspisende bakterier.

Diving into deep-sea mining would be reckless

“We ask for a global moratorium on deep-sea mining until more research has been conducted on the consequences of such interventions for life in the ocean. Norway must take an international initiative for more research into this,” says biology professor Lise Øvreås from the University of Bergen on...


Opened centre for EU and EEA Law

The Centre on the Europeanization of Norwegian Law (CENTENOL) was officially opened on Monday, May 22.

UiB Brussels Office: Guimardstraat 9, 1000 Brussel, Belgium.