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In May 2014, the European Court of Justice ordered Google to delete some results from its search results. This could have a major impact on the freedom of information in Europe. And because of the EEA Agreement, the Court’s judgment affects Norway just as much as the EU Member States.
Students and researchers from Europe and North-America join the UiB course «Advanced Climate Dynamic Course» every year.
The world’s 15 largest vessels pollute more than all the planet’s cars combined. UiB researchers are now at work to create engines driven by renewable energy.
A recent poll shows that international students are pleased with the University of Bergen.
Become conscious of how you learn and be aware of the factors that contribute to your own motivation.
This according to the Times Higher Education ranking, which has just been published.
UiB is looking for an international UiB student to start our new English student blog.
The University of Bergen gathered its polar researchers for the Polar Day in September 2014. The goal of the meeting is to create a centre for polar research in Bergen.
The University of Bergen (UiB) is the 56th most quoted university in the world, according to the new QS rankings.
More than 40 per cent of the doctorates conferred at the University of Bergen in the spring semester 2014 were international students. A total of 116 doctorates were granted in the semester.
Helene Feldner and Svenja Gutsche are two of the approximately 120 new exchange students who started at Faculty of Law in Bergen this semester.
A recent study from the University of Bergen shows that 8.3 per cent of the Norwegian work force is addicted to work to the point where it becomes a health issue.
Taking your mobile phone, tablet or computer to bed is a bad idea if you want a good night’s sleep.
Professors Randi and Gunnar Håland have added colour and spice to life and research at UiB, and have built relations that have put Bergen on the world map.
Monday 6 January the University of Bergen will be welcoming our new international students to Bergen and the university.
Starting 1 October all students at UiB will more easily be able to manage their studies online, as well as receiving administrative help at their faculty. Increased availability for the students at UiB has been one of the main objects for the changes made.
The tragic events in Oslo and at Utøya have affected many people.
Being a new student at the University of Bergen, having just arrived in Bergen and Norway, must be challenging. Or is it?