Our diverse study programmes are under continual development and are always closely scaled up to labour market, and include bachelor’s programmes at Noroff University College and vocational specialisation at Noroff Vocational School.
Digital devices and digital media are an essential strand of today’s society and economy. Research at Noroff University College is focused on exploring aspects of the development of digital media and examines issues related to securing data in digital form.
Noroff University College has a collaborative interdisciplinary research environment. The diverse skill set of our international research group, in combination with our extensive corporate and industrial connections places our group in a unique position to offer international partnerships and collaborative research. We have connections with various universities and research institutes on four Continents.
Job titles are being created on a daily basis by players in the digital arena. Today there is not one profession, hardly a single business that does not need digital specialist expertise. This is why one of our most important tasks is to ensure that our students continue to learn. That we follow them up. That the methods they have used to learn during their time at Noroff provide the skills to learn new things, quickly, accurately and at a high qualitative level.
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All of the educational programmes at Noroff are accredited by the Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education (NOKUT) and have been approved for student loans and grants by the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund (Statens Lånekasse for Utdanning).