Noragric

Welcome to the Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Noragric.

The Department of International Environment and Development Studies would like to welcome all students who are accepted at one of our programmes this autumn! At this page you will find a welcome letter, information about the Introduction day at the department on August 12th, and PDF files with updated information for all programs.

Monday, August 11th 2013 at 09:00 – 12:30
Festsalen, Samfunnet

Seven Tanzanians are currently at NMBU, primarily at Noragric and the Dept. of Ecology and Natural Resources Management (INA). They are funded through the CCIAM and EPINAV programmes and most are linked to specific projects.

From mid-July to early August, most of Noragric’s staff is on vacation.

Meline Bernard

Meline Bernard, from France, came to Norway to study International Relations at Noragric. She was very much inspired by the practical focus of the master's programs at Noragric.

Jonathan G. Lindholt

You must be prepared to read a lot, write, understand and try to think outside your own experience. I would advise you to have an open mind about the problems in the world. There is never only one side of an issue, nor a single solution to the problem.

New research demonstrates that even 8,000-10,000 years ago, people had strategies on coping with climate change – and lessons to teach us today.

Journal cover

Md Modasser Hossain Khan, a 2010 gruaduate from the International Environmental Studies programme, Ian Bryceson, et-al plublished a paper in Regional Environmental Change.

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