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.
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- Faculty of Education and International Studies (15)
- Department of Early Childhood Education (4)
- Department of International Studies and Interpreting (5)
- Department of Primary and Secondary Teacher Education (3)
- Department of Vocational Teacher Education (3)
- Faculty of Health Sciences (19)
- Department of Behavioural Sciences (5)
- Department of Life Sciences and Health (6)
- Department of Nursing and Health Promotion (3)
- Occupational Therapy, Prosthetics and Orthotics (4)
- Physiotherapy (1)
- Faculty of Social Sciences (35)
- Department of Archivistics, Library and Information Sciences (4)
- Department of Journalism and Media Studies (5)
- Oslo Business School (20)
- Department of Public Management (4)
- Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy (2)
- Faculty of Technology, Art and Design (16)
- Department of Art, Design and Drama (3)
- Department of Computer Science (6)
- Department of Mechanical, Electronic and Chemical Engineering (2)
- Department of Product Design (4)
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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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.
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.
Dynamic Project Management Department of Product Design Students are taught about different phases and challenges in project management and produce a project report.
Product Aesthetics and Cultural Understanding Department of Product Design The course teaches knowledge, skills and attitudes to aesthetic effects associated with the use of three-dimensional form in material culture.
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.
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.
Pedagogical Design with Digital and Social Media and Mobile Social Learning 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.
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.
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.
International Marketing Oslo Business School This course concentrates on the essentials of international marketing management.
Human Resource Management Department of Public Management A 10 ECTS credits course in leadership and human resource management.
Managerial Accounting Oslo Business School This course is an in-depth study of management accounting focusing on its role in internal reporting and the resulting decision-making processes.
Negotiations Oslo Business School The course aims at providing a thorough grounding in the science and practice of negotiation. Students will learn about different types of negotiations and the negotiation techniques to be used in different situations.
Organizational Psychology Department of Public Management A 10 ECTS credits course in organizational psychology.
International Public Health Department of Occupational Therapy, Prosthetics and Orthotics International public health is a comprehensive, multicultural and interprofessional domain, addressing global issues locally, and local issues globally. There is an increasing demand for professionals in arenas of health promotion and disease prevention. As a result of this, OUC now offers an interprofessional course in International Public Health.
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.
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.
Vocational Teacher Education in Craft and Design - Single subjects Department of Vocational Teacher Education The courses are part of the Bachelor’s Degree Programme in Vocational Teacher Education in Craft and Design.
Child Welfare and Creative Methods in Social Work Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy The programme encompasses themes within child welfare and children and youth at risk, legal and social policy frameworks and social pedagogic work in a multicultural society. In particular, creative ways to work and communicate with children and youths, in order to promote their growth, development and emotional well-being, receive particular focus.
Cross-Cultural Communication Oslo Business School The aim of the course is to provide the students both with the theoretical basis of cross-cultural communication and to develop their practical skills in dealing with cross-cultural encounters in the global workplace.