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Computer and reading rooms in the Clock building

Computer and reading rooms in the Clock building

The Clock Building  is now open for study

NMBU is looking for student hosts

NMBU is looking for student hosts

The government has allocated funds to NMBU and SiÅs to engage students in academic and social activities to ensure that as many students as possible have the best possible study experience at all levels.

Speeches from General Meeting, 13 May

Speeches from General Meeting, 13 May

On Wednesday, 13 May 2020, a general meeting for students and staff was held. Below you will find the translated manuscripts for the each of the presenters.

Nordic proposals for UArctic Congress 2020

Nordic proposals for UArctic Congress 2020

The call is open until May 18th,  2020 to enrolled MA and PhD students from UArctic Nordic member institutions working in the field of northern or Arctic research.

Greetings from Rector

Greetings from Rector

Dear students and staff at NMBU

Studies, Digital Life and Wellbeing

Studies, Digital Life and Wellbeing

Studying on your own without on-campus activities may be challenging. If you are struggling with poor concentration and lack of self-discipline right now, your are not alone. We have gathered some tips and advice that we hope will help you along the way.

How does the corona virus effect menthal health?

How does the corona virus effect menthal health?

Students all over the country are invited to participate in the survey BRY.DEG 2020 (Take care 2020)

Q&A on the Coronavirus disease for students

Q&A on the Coronavirus disease for students

If you have further questions and cannot find the answer below, please contact us at sit@nmbu.no
One student at REALTEK has tested positive for Coronavirus

One student at REALTEK has tested positive for Coronavirus

One master degree student at the Faculty of Science and Technology has tested positive for Coronavirus. The student is not acutely ill and had been in home quarantine for one week before testing positive. The student is still in quarantine. 

What can you as a student do to prevent infection?

What can you as a student do to prevent infection?

There is still a low risk for infection if the preventative measures recommended by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health are followed. Students can continue attending classes as usual.

 

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