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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 Life Sciences and Health (7)
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- Faculty of Social Sciences (28)
- Department of Archivistics, Library and Information Sciences (3)
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- Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy (8)
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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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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.
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
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.
Financial Markets Oslo Business School A 10 ECTS course in Financial Markets.
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.
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.
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.
MJ5100 Investigative Journalism and Cross Border Cooperation Department of Journalism and Media Studies This course aims to encourage investigative journalism in digital times, and gives students the opportunity to collaborate across borders using digital technology.
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 A) 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.
Strategy Formation Oslo Business School A 10 ECTS course in strategy formation.
MOKV2400 Web Publishing and Information Architecture Department of Journalism and Media Studies Students shall acquire knowledge, skills and motivation in order to plan, design and publish individual web pages and more comprehensive web sites, based on basic principles of readability, communication efficiency and retrievability.
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.
Critical Reflection on and practice of Organizational Change Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy Critical reflection on and practice of organizational change is a course for change-makers who want to influence and change their places of work.
English in Teacher Education Department of Primary and Secondary Teacher Education English for years 1-7 or years 5-10 follows the Norwegian National framework for teacher education. The courses focus on the teaching profession and are offered as 30 ECTS or 60 ECTS.
Midwifery Theoretical Courses Department of Nursing and Health Promotion Master level course within the Master's Programme in Midwifery. Students from our Scandinavian partner institutions, or students from our partner institutions outside of Scandinavia, who can understand and follow teaching in Norwegian may apply to attend theoretical courses.
Bachelor’s thesis in radiography (RAD3900) Department of Life Sciences and Health Research and development work is becoming an increasingly integral part of the work of diagnostic imaging departments. The planning and writing of the bachelor's thesis is a central part in this introduction. Students will immerse themselves in a specific key radiography topic of their own choice and develop skills in using their chosen research method.
Bachelor’s thesis Biomedical Laboratory Sciences (BIO3900) Department of Life Sciences and Health This subject is an introduction to the field of professional biomedical laboratory science research and development. The bachelor assignment will give students the chance to an in-depth exploration of a self-chosen or given topic, which is relevant to the field of biomedical laboratory science and technology.
Bachelor’s thesis in Psychology with an Emphasis on Behaviour Analysis (PSYK 3900) Department of Behavioural Science Students work towards their bachelor’s thesis on a topic related to their supervisor’s current research.