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OsloMet International Summer School

Oslo Metropolitan University (former HiOA) invites students, professionals and anyone with a curiosity for technology to a fun, intensive and life-changing study experience. Join our Summer School and learn how state-of-the-art technologies are changing the world.

OsloMet International Summer School

The OsloMet International Summer School offers courses to students from any discipline with an interest to learn more about technology and about how to incorporate it into their respective disciplines and professions. In addition to intensive classes, you will get the opportunity to learn in an international, innovative and collaborative environment while making friends and growing your international professional network.

Who can participate?

Students from any field, age and country are welcome to apply! The Summer School is hosted by the Department of Computer Science under the Faculty of Technology, Art and Design, but not all courses require a technical background. The Summer School is created with different disciplines and skill levels in mind.

What can you learn?

The Summer School consists of 4-week intensive courses, where you will have the chance to take 5 or 10 ECTS credit courses. The 10 ECTS versions requires independent work in addition to the 4 weeks of Summer School. Below is a list of available courses. Some courses may have specific requirements of prior knowledge. For more information about requirements for the individual courses, please follow the links below.

Courses:

Please note that OsloMet reserves the right to offer courses depending on the level of enrolment. We therefore recommend that you make use of the possibility to apply to more than course. As part of the online application process, you will be asked to rank the various courses you apply to according to your preferences.

When: 1 - 26 July 2019

Applications deadline:

1 February 2019 for non-European students
15 April for students from EU/EEA .  

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