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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.
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- Department of International Studies and Interpreting (5)
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- Faculty of Health Sciences (21)
- Department of Behavioural Sciences (4)
- Department of Life Sciences and Health (8)
- Department of Nursing and Health Promotion (6)
- Occupational Therapy, Prosthetics and Orthotics (4)
- Physiotherapy (3)
- Faculty of Social Sciences (34)
- Department of Archivistics, Library and Information Sciences (3)
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- Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy (2)
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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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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.
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.
Digitalisation between an analogue and a digital world Department of Archivistics, Library and Information Sciences Digitisation is a method of conservation and increased accessibility. The purpose of this course is to describe and analyze the theory and method of digitisation.
Bachelor's thesis in Physiotherapy (FYSIO3900) Department of Physiotherapy Based on availability.
Nutrition Policy, Project Planning and Evaluation (SERNB 3100) Department of Nursing and Health Promotion Bachelor level course within the Bachelor's Programme in Public Nutrition.
International Nutrition (SERNB 2400) Department of Nursing and Health Promotion Bachelor level course within the Bachelor's Programme in Public Nutrition.
Biochemistry, Cell Biology and Microbiology FARMA1310 Department of Life Sciences and Health Biochemistry, Cell Biology and Microbiology FARMA1310
Children and Young People, Aesthetics and Special Needs Department of Early Childhood Education, Department of Behavioural Sciences In this course you will learn: - to enhance your knowledge of and discuss the relation between children and young people with special needs and aesthetic expressions, - to work practically with different kinds of aesthetic expressions when targeting various kinds of special needs.
ELVE3610 Introduction to Robotics Department of Mechanical, Electronic and Chemical Engineering The course builds on ELFE1000 Mathematics 1000.
Certificate of International Finance and Management Oslo Business School A 30 ECTS certificate.
ADTS3100 Universal Design of ICT Department of Computer Science In today’s society, more and more public and private services are digitalised. Developing ICT solutions that everyone can use will therefore be important in order to ensure equal opportunities for participation in society. This course will teach students how to plan, design, evaluate and test ICT solutions in accordance with principles of universal accessibility.
Certificate of Management Control and Communications Oslo Business School A 30 ECTS certificate.
EMVE3700 Computational Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Department of Civil Engineering and Energy Technology The course aims to provide students with an introduction to numerical simulation of heat and fluid mechanics problems encountered in industrial and building technology processes and elsewhere. It aims to enable the students to solve complicated three dimensional transient problems relating to e.g. heating and ventilation conditions in buildings with the aid of MATLAB and the commercial simulation program STAR CCM+.
Economy and Sustainability Department of International Studies and Interpreting The course gives an introduction to different alternative economic systems/models and the debates about these alternatives. The course also reflects on myths about today's global economic system.
BYVE3300 Statics Department of Civil Engineering and Energy Technology The course provides background knowledge for the finite element method (used for trusses, beams and diaphragms), so that the student can understand the structure of finite element method (FEM) software and the limits and possibilities element analyses represent.
BYVE3615 Architecture and Design Department of Civil Engineering and Energy Technology The course will provide a basis for developing an understanding of and the ability to assess the aesthetics, styles and architecture of our built-up environment and historical development to date. The course will develop students’ insight into the concept of building tradition and the adaptation of new buildings and building projects to their surroundings. It will also give students knowledge of the constructional history of architecture.
ELVE3510 Biomedical Instrumentation Department of Mechanical, Electronic and Chemical Engineering Basic knowledge of and methods for measuring medical signals, sensors and medical treatment equipment, including technical medical safety. After completing the course, the students shall be able to understand the design and safe use of the most important medical instruments used in diagnostics, monitoring and treatment of patients. The course builds on ELTS2100 Electronics.
Bachelor’s thesis in Pharmacy (FARMA3900) Department of Life Sciences and Health Bachelor’s thesis in Pharmacy.
Introduction to the Development Enterprise Department of International Studies and Interpreting A 5 weeks lecture and seminar series types of development interventions undertaken in the aid industry and beyond - including policy coherence for development; advocacy and transnational activism; and corporate social responsibility.
Certificate of Negotiations and Communications Oslo Business School A 30 ECTS certificate.