Search for Courses Taught in English
Students participating in an exchange programme between OsloMet (formerly known as 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 (23)
- Department of Early Childhood Education (6)
- Department of International Studies and Interpreting (5)
- Department of Primary and Secondary Teacher Education (10)
- Department of Vocational Teacher Education (2)
- Faculty of Health Sciences (51)
- Department of Behavioural Sciences (27)
- Department of Life Sciences and Health (9)
- Department of Nursing and Health Promotion (12)
- Occupational Therapy, Prosthetics and Orthotics (4)
- Physiotherapy (3)
- Faculty of Social Sciences (64)
- Department of Archivistics, Library and Information Sciences (7)
- Department of Journalism and Media Studies (12)
- Oslo Business School (30)
- Department of Public Management (4)
- Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy (11)
- Faculty of Technology, Art and Design (25)
- Department of Art, Design and Drama (2)
- Department of Civil Engineering and Energy Technology (6)
- Department of Computer Science (2)
- Department of Mechanical, Electronic and Chemical Engineering (2)
- Department of Product Design (7)
Faculties and departments
Below you will find an overview of all the courses at OsloMet that are taught in English. These courses are only open to students currently studying at one of our partner universities.
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Clinical Nursing Studies in Medical Units Department of Nursing and Health Promotion Bachelor level course within the Bachelor's Programme in Nursing. Based on availability.
Prehospital Trauma Care - Clinical studies 1 (PARAPRA1) Department of Nursing and Health Promotion The course is available for two 2nd year students at the Bachelor’s Degree Programme in Paramedic Science from each international University partner; University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, England and University of Bielsko-Biala, Poland, respectively.
Product Design Specialisation Department of Product Design The scope of competence which a designer must possess, is extremely broad and can be developed in different ways according to different interests. In the third year of the programme the students will have the competence necessary to choose between relevant learning arenas.
Development and Migration Department of International Studies and Interpreting Development studies provide an interdisciplinary introduction to North/South relations and the situation in developing countries. This course on Development and Migration is part of the 4th semester of the Bachelor degree.
Drama and Theatre Communication - Acting with Masks Department of Art, Design and Drama This course focuses on the production of masks, acting with masks, theory and didactics. A large part of the training includes practical work with the production of and acting with the masks.
Childhood in a Nordic Perspective - Play, Movement and Outdoor Education Department of Early Childhood Education The Nordic countries have a long tradition for outdoor education. This course focuses on play, movement, and outdoor education in natural environments. The course will treat the topics both theoretically and practically. Central in the course is self-experiences from acting, moving and living in nature. You will go on several field trips and hiking tours.
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.
Food, Globalisation and Governance (MAME 4430) Department of Nursing and Health Promotion Master level course within the Master's Programme in Public Nutrition. Food is implicated in a multitude of the world’s most pressing questions about the environment, health, governance, and the global economy.
Nutrition and Human Rights (MAME 4530) Department of Nursing and Health Promotion Master level course within the Master's Programme in Public Nutrition. Students will gain insight into the relevance of human rights for food security, nutrition and health.
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.
SFV4400 - Social Welfare, Social Work and Human Rights: Normative perspectives on professional work in the public welfare sector 2016 Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy
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.
Multicultural Identity in a Global World Department of Early Childhood Education The course focuses on the concepts of Culture and Identity in the context of present-day globalization.
Myths, Fairy Tales and Legends Department of Early Childhood Education Why do stories appeal to modern children? What is special about narratives like myths, fairy tales and legends? In what way can oral stories contribute to increased knowledge about ourselves? How do they tell stories in a Sami kindergarten? How can trips in the Nordic nature increase the understanding of the creatures in myths and fairy tales?
Norwegian for Foreign Students - Beginner Level Department of Early Childhood Education The Beginner's course in Norwegian for Foreign Students is an introduction to some main aspects of the Norwegian language.
Learning with Digital and Mobile Technologies Department of Primary and Secondary Teacher Education The courses focuses on pedagogical and didactical possibilities and challenges in implementing current and changing technologies in teaching and learning.
SFV4700 - Globalisation and the Development of Health and Social Policy 2016-2017 Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy
Integration and Challenges of Modern Society Department of Public Management A 10 ECTS credits course Integration and Challenges of Modern Society
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 Economics Oslo Business School The students will be learning about the significance the international trade and international economic cooperation have for world economic development.