Step 3: Upload documents & complete your application
Complete your application
Complete your application by uploading the required documentation to Søknadsweb. Applications that are incomplete or without the required documentation will be rejected.
NB! Documentation must be uploaded as PDF or jpg files.
- Transcript of records: Official document from your university indicating all the courses and exams you have previously passed.
- Must be in English or a Scandinavian language.
- Must list all courses you have completed at your home university.
- Master and PhD students must submit transcript(s) listing courses completed at both bachelor and master level.
- Contact your home university for assistance on how to acquire your transcript.
- Additional documentation (if applicable). See details below.
You can make changes to your application (if needed) or upload additional documentation until the deadline 15 October.
Applicants required to upload additional documentation:
Applicants from countries outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland
Documentation of sufficient funding must be uploaded to the Søknadsweb (or Nomination web) by the student or home institution:
- Confirmation from partner university about sufficient funding
- Bank statement in your name which shows sufficient funding (in any currency as long as it is equivalent to the amount listed below)
- Letter/confirmation that you will receive a scholarship/ grant/ student loan
- Letter from parents where they confirm the relationship with you and that they will support your stay in Norway financially, together with a bank statement in their name
The amount applicants must document:
- Staying for one semester (6 months): NOK 66 604
- Staying for two semesters (10 months): NOK 123 519
Applicants in the following categories are exempted from documenting financing:
Applicants to courses in English Language and Literature (ENG-courses) at the Department of Foreign Languages
All courses in English Language and Literature start with the code ENG[xxx]. Applicants who apply to take ENG-courses must document a minimum English language proficiency equivalent to C1 (CEFR).
In order to document your English language proficiency you must submit one of the following test:
- IELTS: minimum 7
- Internet-based test (iBT): 90
- Paper-based test (PBT): 560
- University of Cambridge examinations:
- First Certificate in English: Grade A
- Certificate in Advanced English: Grade C
- Certificate of Proficiency in English: Level C1
- ETS - TOEIC Listening and Reading Test:
- TOEIC Listening: 490
- TOEIC Reading: 455
- Online Linguistic Support (OLS): Level C1
- Send OLS-results to firstname.lastname@example.org
Native speakers of English are exempted from documenting their English language proficiency.
Applicants to courses at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
All applicants to courses at this faculty must submit a list of courses in progress (only if these are not included in your transcript of records).
The reason why we request to have a list of courses in progress, is to ensure that the applicants get admission to courses at UIB based on their previous knowledge.
Applicants to the Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design
Applicants to Fine Art and Design studies must also submit:
- Portfolio of work samples:
- 6 – 10 works.
- You are free to choose media and content.
- Letter of motivation:
- Maximum 1 page.
- Master level applicants must define his/her own independent artistic project in the motivation letter.
- Brief CV:
- Maximum 1 page.
Applicants to Music - performance/composition:
- You must apply in the EASY online application system by 1 March.
- You must submit all the required application documents and audition material via this application form.
- If you are offered admission or you are on the waiting list, you will be added to UiB's application system in April/September (depending on when you will start your exchange).
Applicants to regular courses taught in Norwegian (NOT Norwegian language courses)
You can apply for courses taught in Norwegian if you are proficient in one of the Scandinavian languages (Norwegian, Swedish or Danish).
You must document your proficiency in a Scandinavian language by uploading
- Your passport (Norway, Sweden, Denmark), or
- Transcript of records (from high school or university level) which shows that you have studied one of these languages.
Click Done to complete your application, or Save if you have made changes