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NMBU observes World Mental Health Day - program

NMBU observes World Mental Health Day - program

“There is no health without mental health.” – World Health Organization. In observation of World Day Mental Health with a various program between October 7 and 12. We encourage everyone to take time for themselves and with others during this week. Welcome! 

Xynteo Exchange Norway 2019

Xynteo Exchange Norway 2019

The Xynteo Exchange Norway brings together mission-driven leaders and practitioners across business, academia, the arts, and activism to accelerate collaborative action to tackle systemic problems, and re-think growth models that are no longer future-fit.

Norwegian language courses

Norwegian language courses

NMBU is arranging two Norwegian language courses at Campus Ås autumn semester 2019. The courses will be offered from the 3rd of September for 9 weeks. There will be no classes in week 45.

Parliament News

Results from the Student Election

Results from the Student Election

The results of the Student Election are here, and we would like to congratulate:

- Tord Hauge on being re-elected as President of the Student Board
- Ane Magnussen on being elected as the new Vice President of the Student Board, and
- Nina Vold Johansen on being elected as female student representative in the University Board

Student Election Spring 2019

Student Election Spring 2019

The Student Election spring 2019 is approaching

Send in your candidacy within 02nd of April if you wish to run

 

To be elected: President of the Student Board, Vice Preseident of the Student Board, female representatives to the University Board and female representatives to all the Faculty Boards. 

Contact Student information Centre (SiT)

Opening hour: Monday to Wednesday 10-14, Thursday 10-16, Friday - Closed
Phone: 67 23 01 11
Telephone hours: Monday to Friday 08.00-15.45 
sit@nmbu.no
Admission Office: opptak@nmbu.no

Contact Student Parliament

Telephone: 469 02 242 - studenttinget@nmbu.no