Faculty of Social Sciences
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Welcome to the Faculty of Social Sciences! We are very happy to have you as a student at our faculty, and wish that your stay here will be an interesting and rewarding experience.

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Friday 15 January - Digital information meeting for new exchange students

On Friday 15 January at 14:00 hrs. you are invited to meet staff from the Faculty of Social Sciences for orientation on courses and practical information.

Due to the ongoing pandemic and national restrictions we cannot meet in person, but we very much want you to feel welcome and comfortable so that you can meet the semester ahead as well prepared as possible.

You will be invited to the meeting from the learning portal Mitt UiB.

14:00 – 14:45 - Welcome to the faculty and the study advisers who will give practical information on registration, courses  and exams.  

You may ask questions during the presentations, academic as well as practical. Please use the chat.

 Practical Information

→  See this checklist for important dates and deadlines

→  Remember that semester registration deadline is the 1st of February

→  Make sure exam dates and lecture times of your courses do not overlap

→ MittUiB – your personal pages for timetables, curriculum, messages, course information

→ We kindly ask you to send Learning Agreements and Confirmation of Arrival/Departure online to the Information Centre  for signatures after semester registration.

Students with Special Needs

If you have a disability and need special arrangements, or are in a risk group for developing severe covid-19 disease, please contact us as soon as possible so that we can find a good solution for you.

The Faculty of Social Sciences can help you find solutions to support your learning environment experience. Please send an email to studieveileder@svfa.uib.no.

Special Arrangments for Examinations

The special arrangements are meant to compensate for disadvantages such as illness, injury or disability, enabling candidates to be tested as equally as possible. You find all the necessary information here.