HiOA has a new name: OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University. Find out what this means for you.


Job Openings at Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet)

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OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University (formerly Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences / HiOA) received the university status on 12 January 2018. We are in the process of making a new web page and changing our profile from HiOA to OsloMet. We ask for understanding that this takes a while in a large organization like OsloMet. We are excited to present a new web site during fall 2018.

Want to make a difference?

With about 20,000 students and 2000 employees, Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet) offers a vibrant campus life.  If you are looking for a committed workplace with a hands-on approach to meeting the needs of the society, then OsloMet has a lot to offer.

The university has a unique range of academic environments, great colleagues and a variety of welfare benefits. We offer good pension and insurance schemes, a variety of activities for employees and flexible hours.

We place emphasis on attracting people with high levels of competence. Together we will fulfil OsloMet’s  goal of being an innovative and learning organisation with a positive learning environment, characterised by diversity. Our location in the Oslo region gives us good opportunities to understand and benefit from the city’s diverse population. OsloMet aims to promote equality and understanding – in society in general and among the students and staff in particular.

Diversity action plan for Oslo Metropolitan University, 2017-2019.

New knowledge, new practice!

The application

It is important that you upload all relevant documents. Also, you must be prepared to present these documents in an original version if you should be chosen for an interview. These documents will be controlled in order to ensure fair and equal competition.

Charter and Code

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HR Excellence in Research (HRS4R)

Recruitment, working conditions and career development for researchers. 

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