Regulations & guidelines
Supplementary regulations for the PhD degree at NMBU

Supplementary provisions for the PhD programmes

The Regulations for the PhD degree at NMBU apply for all PhD programmes. In addition, the faculties have supplementary provisions for their PhD programmes. These regulate e.g. spesific requirements for admission, requirements for the course component (number of ECTS and content), and specific reqirements for the thesis.

Supplementary regulations for the PhD degree at NMBU

Supplementary provisions in force 01.07.2020, to the PhD regulations adopted 30.01.2020

Faculty:

Supplementary provisions for the PhD programme:

Biosciences (BIOVIT)

Animal and Aquacultural Sciences

Biosciences (BIOVIT)

Plant Sciences

School of Economics and Business (HH) Economics and Business
Chemistry, Biotechnology and Food Sciences (KBM)

Life and Food Sciences

Landscape and Society (LANDSAM)

International Environment and Development Studies

Landscape and Society (LANDSAM)

Society, Development and Planning

Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA)

Environmental Sciences

Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA)

Ecology and Management of Natural Resources

Sciences and Technology (REALTEK)

Science and Technology

School of Veterinary Medicine (VET) Veterinary Science

Supplementary rules to the PhD regulations adopted 15.05.2014

Faculty

Supplementary rules for the PhD program

Biosciences (BIOVIT)

Animal and Aquacultural Sciences

Biosciences (BIOVIT)

Plant Sciences

School of Economics and Business (HH) Economics and Business
Chemistry, Biotechnology and Food Sciences (KBM)

Life and Food Sciences

Landscape and Society (LANDSAM)

International Environment and Development Studies

Landscape and Society (LANDSAM)

Society, Development and Planning

Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA)

Miljøvitenskap (document in Norwegian)

Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA)

Naturforvaltning (document in Norwegian)

Sciences and Technology (REALTEK)

Science and Technology

School of Veterinary Medicine (VET) Veterinary Science

 

Published 11. April 2017 - 9:30 - Updated 27. October 2020 - 15:19