Studies

There is an emphasis on practice-based learning through working closely with the public sector and industry, or through the possibility of internships, field courses and field work, in Norway or abroad. The Faculty offers a vibrant, international study environment.  

Programmes offered in English

Bachelor: 
International Environment and Development Studies

Masters: 
International Relations (2-year)
Global Development Studies (2-year)
International Environmental Studies (2-year)
Landscape Architecture for Global Sustainability (2-year)

PhD:
International Environment and Development Studies
Society, Development and Planning

Programmes offered in Norwegian

Bachelor: 
Landskapsingeniør

Master:
By - og regionplanlegging (5-årig)
Landskapsarkitektur (5-årig)
Eiendom (5-årig
Eiendomsutvikling (2-årig)
Folkehelsevitenskap (2-årig)

Welcome to new students - August 2020:
Landscape architecture for global sustainability (2-year)

If you have questions about starting your studies, call the Student Information Centre (SiT): 67 23 01 11. For academic questions, contact the relevant study advisor by email:

Bachelor International Environment & Development Studies (B-IDS)
Masters Public Health Science (M-FOL)
Jørn Kongsten Brevik

Bachelor Landscape Engineering (B-LI)
Masters Landscape Architecture (M-LA) 
Anne Svinddal

Master in International Environmental Studies (M-IES)
Masters International Relations (M-IR)
Masters Global Development Studies (M-DS)
Anette Virtanen

Masters Urban & Regional Planning (M-BYREG)
Masters Global Landscape Architecture (M-GLA)
Monica Vestvik

Masters Property (M-EIE)
Masters Property Development (M-EUTV)
Konstantin Anchin

 

Published 19. January 2017 - 13:35 - Updated 20. August 2020 - 11:19