Our mission is to contribute to society through our expertise acquired through excellent research, education, dissemination of knowledge and innovation.
The faculties and the University museum represent our most important knowledge arenas.
We shall profile the relevance of research and education. Controversy and dissemination of knowledge are a prerequisite for developing academia and a democratic society.
The University of Bergen has been, is now and shall continue to be an international research university in which all activity is based on academic freedom and curiosity-driven research.
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We arrange a Welcome Programme each semester for all new international students. Throughout the Programme we will introduce you to different aspects of being a student in Bergen and Norway through practical information and entertaining lectures. This is also an excellent opportunity to meet other new students, as well as UiB staff members. You can also visit our International Centre or your own faculty information centre if you have any queries what so ever. As a student at the University of Bergen automatically become a member of the Student Welfare Organisation (Sammen). You become a member when you pay the small semester fee (currently NOK 590), which is also required in order to register each semester.
All UiB international students have the benefit of guaranteed housing with the Student Welfare Organisation in Bergen (Sammen).
The University Library is a public research library at the University of Bergen which is organized directly under the university board and the university director. The main task of the library is to provide information and documentation services for research, teaching and dissemination at the University of Bergen.
Norwegian health policy aims to ensure that everyone, irrespective of their personal finances and where they live, has access to good health and care services of equal standard.
The university campus in Bergen is for the most part located in the city centre, which gives you a unique opportunity to make use of the city in between your studies.
The main task of the Student Welfare Organisation (Sammen) is to support your well-being during your time as a student in Bergen. Sammen exists to keep students safe, healthy, and cared for. You can relax and focus on your studies knowing Sammen has your needs covered!
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.
Bergen is a nice city with a good student life. It also has a strong economics community with some of Norways top professors. However, I found that the teaching was one-dimensional and there was a lack of emphasis on critical thinking and discussion in the economics courses.
Everything worked very well. The nature was amazing.
The university resides in a beautiful place and the study environment is perfect and students can explore and enhance knowledge to a great extent not only in relation to academics but also can enjoy a great cultural difference in fantastic environments. I advice fellow students to discover their future in a different view with full of spirit and ecstacy