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Welcome to all our new students in Environment and Natural Resources!

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The Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA) warmly welcomes all our new master's students in Environment and Natural Resources. 

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To some extent our students have different academic background when starting. We hope that this can contribute to a varied and stimulating study environment amd natural resources, with focus on sustainable water and sanitation, health and hevelopment.

The Master's program in Environment and Natural Resources - Specialisation Sustainable Water and Sanitation, Health and Development offers a large number of relevant cources. You will make your own study plan in collaboration with your study advisor to ensure that the plan meets the requirements of our Master's degree. Please take a moment to look at the program content.

INTRODUCTORY SEMINAR
In order to acquaint yourself with our Faculty, we arrange an introductory seminar for our new students Monday 12th of August 2019.

You will find the program for that day here.

On the same day there will also be a class meeting where a lot of important information will be given. It is important that all students, including previous NMBU-students, attend this!

Your first academic day will be on the 13th of August at 09:15 in JMU110 (Mellombygget, http://bit.ly/2HHAbSx), when the compulsory course Soils in natural environments - field and laboratory course (JORD200) starts.

QUESTIONS?
If you have any questions related to the onset of your studies you can contact our student advisor Per-Fredrik Rønneberg Nordhov on e-mail: studieveileder-mina@nmbu.no.

Alternatively, you can contact the reception at the Faculty on telephone: 67 23 17 00. They will be able to connect you to the appropriate person at our department. 

With this we welcome you to two memorable years at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences! We guarantee you two years of academic challenges as well as ample opportunities for social activities.

Published 15. May 2017 - 14:24 - Updated 28. May 2019 - 13:58