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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.

Student Permit Renewal at Follo Police Station in Ski

Student Permit Renewal at Follo Police Station in Ski

Students renewing their study permits at Follo Police Station in Ski should start the application as soon as possible.
SiT staff will not be available to print study progression report in some periods in the summer.

 

Idea Workshop - Follow up to the "Brutally Honest" SHoT Survey Results

Idea Workshop - Follow up to the "Brutally Honest" SHoT Survey Results

NMBU invites students, employees and any other relevant parties for an Idea Workshop with a focus on the results of the "Brutally Honest" SHoT survey.  The event will take place at SiT on Thursday 14th of March from kl.15:15-17:00.

Diploma Registry

Diploma Registry

Have you heard about the new Diploma Registry?

Extended Opening Hours at SiT - Master Thesis Submission

Extended Opening Hours at SiT - Master Thesis Submission

Due to the upcoming deadline for submission of master theses on May 15th, SiT will have extended opening hours.  SiT will be open on Friday 12th of May from 09:00-15:00 and on Monday 15th of May from 09:00-15:00. We wish you all the best with the final phase of your writing!

10 October is the World Day of Mental Health!

10 October is the World Day of Mental Health!

In collaboration with the Student Parliament, the Student Society and the local Ås community, NMBU will celebrate with a mental health initiative.
The initiative is aimed both at students and employees, and will run from 18 September to 15 October. Join the initiative! Take a picture of something that makes you happy
and add it to Instagram, using #mingledeNMBU.  

Routines - request for an explanation of marks

Routines - request for an explanation of marks

Students have the right to demand an explenation of their marks

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