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UiB and the faculties will continue the current corona measures until and including 29 September, after Bergen Municipality continues its most important measures on Monday 21 September.
The chief medical officer of Infection Control clarifies how quarantine regulations will affect students and answer questions from students to Bergen municipality.
All employees / students must have a new parking permissions from 1th July to be able to park at UiBs free parking spaces included electrical cars and HC-places.
There are now ready 38 new parking spaces for employees / students due to the Korona-situation.
During the Spring of 2020, the University of Bergen had to close access to campus for employees and students to hinder spreading of the corona virus, and all teaching and assessment were shifted to digital platforms.
Director of IT Division Tore Burheim says the University of Bergen pays full attention to the security of the software we use.
UiB has decided to continue all teaching and assessment (examination) on digital platforms for the remainder of the spring semester.
Here you will find information regarding covid-19 and the different measures at UiB.
Law students Zhao Yixian and Lin Zihui from China were among the many attendees at the first day of the welcome programme for new international students at UiB.
Two UiB projects, based in separate knowledge clusters, have made it through the eye of the needle and been awarded NOK 1 million each in the Research Council of Norway’s STUD-ENT innovation funding scheme.
All the faculties at UiB will now start using digital reading lists. Three faculties have already implemented the new system this spring semester.
In this Christmas greeting, the Rector sums up some of the highlights of the past year.
The reading lists are entering the digital age, so that you with a few keystrokes can collect references, give students access to the list via Mitt UiB and ask for digitization to Litteraturkiosken.
Will gather all student feedback in one infrastructure.
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.

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