Search for Courses Taught in English
Students participating in an exchange programme between HiOA and one of our partner institutions (ERASMUS, Nordplus and others) can access a range of courses taught in English on both a Bachelor and Master level.
- Faculty of Education and International Studies (26)
- Department of Early Childhood Education (6)
- Department of International Studies and Interpreting (7)
- Department of Primary and Secondary Teacher Education (13)
- Department of Vocational Teacher Education (3)
- Faculty of Health Sciences (27)
- Department of Behavioural Sciences (5)
- Department of Life Sciences and Health (7)
- Department of Nursing and Health Promotion (10)
- Occupational Therapy, Prosthetics and Orthotics (4)
- Physiotherapy (1)
- Faculty of Social Sciences (62)
- Department of Archivistics, Library and Information Sciences (7)
- Department of Journalism and Media Studies (10)
- Oslo Business School (29)
- Department of Public Management (4)
- Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy (11)
- Faculty of Technology, Art and Design (20)
- Department of Art, Design and Drama (3)
- Department of Computer Science (6)
- Department of Product Design (7)
Faculties and departments
Below you will find an overview of all the courses at HiOA that are taught in English. These courses are only open to students currently studying at one of our partner universities.
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Network and System Administration The international Masters Degree programme in Network and System Administration is offered in collaboration with the University of Oslo. All courses are taught in English and foreign students are encouraged to apply.
Drama and Theatre Communication - Storytelling Department of Art, Design and Drama Storytelling focuses on the development of artistic and pedagogical professionalism in the art of storytelling. The students shall investigate the possibilities to use oral expression as communication tool in primary and secondary school education.
Clinical Nursing Studies in Medical Units Department of Nursing and Health Promotion Based on availability.
Vocational Teacher Education in Restaurant and Food Processing - Single subjects Department of Vocational Teacher Education The courses are part of the Bachelor’s Degree Programme in Vocational Teacher Education in Restaurant and Food Processing.
Food, Globalisation and Governance (MAME 4430) Department of Nursing and Health Promotion Food is implicated in a multitude of the world’s most pressing questions about the environment, health, governance, and the global economy.
Vocational Teacher Education in Health and Social Care Studies - Single subjects Department of Vocational Teacher Education The courses are part of the Bachelor's Degree Programme in Vocational Teacher Education in Health and Social Care Studies.
Social Work and Social Policy Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy The PhD Degree in Social Work and Social Policy was accredited by the Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education (NOKUT) 16 September 2010, and the first PhD candidates began their studies in the autumn 2011.
Education and Religion in Development Department of International Studies and Interpreting Education, knowledge and competence are crucial elements in all theories and strategies for development. Religion is an important foundation in many people’s lives and often influences educational systems.
International Business Communication Oslo Business School The purpose of the course is to further develop the students’ knowledge and skills in English so that they can use the language professionally at an advanced level, especially with a view to international operations.
International Finance Oslo Business School The objective of the course is to study and understand how corporate financial management is affected by, and can take advantage of, constantly changing international economic environments.
Management Control Systems Oslo Business School A 10 ECTS course in management control systems at graduate level.
Professional English (Course A and B) Oslo Business School The course will prepare the students to deal with real situations in the business world and challenge their analytical skills. The main purpose of the course is to improve the students’ ability to communicate in English, both in writing and orally.
Professional English (Course B) Oslo Business School The course will prepare the students to deal with real situations in the business world and challenge their analytical skills. The main purpose of the course is to improve the students’ ability to communicate in English, both in writing and orally.
Energy and Climate Change in Africa and Latin America Department of International Studies and Interpreting The course presents issues related to the production of, access to and climate linkages of energy. These issues will be presented through empirical cases from Africa and Latin America.
Courses in Sport, Outdoor Studies and Health Department of Primary and Secondary Teacher Education The courses are from the Bachelor's degree in Sport, Outdoor Studies and Health /Teacher Education in Physical Education and Sport, and are offered for international students.
Information, Communication and Social Media Department of Journalism and Media Studies The course provides an introduction to the theories of information and communication used in the public and private sectors.
Mental health work with minority patients: migration and exile Department of Nursing and Health Promotion This course focuses on developing knowledge on an individual, family and cultural level in order to coordinate and implement appropriate transcultural mental health work. Upon completing this course, students will be competent in evaluating the need for treatment as well as planning and implementing interventions for patients with minority backgrounds.
Critical Reflection on Organization Development and Project Management Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy The objective of the course is to give knowledge about organizational change and project management. Students will learn to apply techniques and problem solving methods of relevance for development and efficiency and for project management in private and public organisations.
Communication and Presentation Department of Product Design The course promotes knowledge and raises awareness about the use of communication in a specific design project. The student learns to communicate by means of semantic tools and written and oral communication.
Media and Development Department of International Studies and Interpreting Issues of media and communication are essential in processes of development and social change worldwide. This course is one of the few university level courses in Norway to address questions of media and development.