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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 for the spring semester 2020. The courses will be offered from the 11th of February until before the examination period (information about the exact end date will be given in class). There will be no classes during the Winter and Easter breaks. Winter break is in week 8 and Easter break is from the 6th to 13th of April.

E-learning on Academic Writing?

E-learning on Academic Writing?

The Learning Center at NMBU offers numerous tools to both students and teachers.

Student Drawing Contest

Student Drawing Contest

Are you an artist at heart? Join the contest for best student art print (graphic art) which will be used in connection with the Matriculation Ceremony in August. Deadline to submit an entry is 15 April.

Brutally Honest - A Student Health Survey

Brutally Honest - A Student Health Survey

Starting on the 8th of November, NMBU would like to invite all bachelor- and masterstudents with non-Norwegian citizenship to participate the survey "Brutally Honest".

Give your opinion in Studiebarometeret!

Give your opinion in Studiebarometeret!

Are you a 2nd or 5th year student? Give your opinion about your programme!

Submitting the Master's thesis this spring? Tell us about your experience.

Submitting the Master's thesis this spring? Tell us about your experience.

NMBU would like to know more about your experience about writing a Master's thesis at the University. You will receive an survey invitation on your NMBU Mail on the submission date.

Use this opportunity to give us your feedback!

Remember to get your Master’s thesis registered and stamped at SiT before you hand it in to your faculty

Remember to get your Master’s thesis registered and stamped at SiT before you hand it in to your faculty

At least two (2) bound copies of your Master’s thesis must be registered and stamped at SiT as officially submitted within the deadline.

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