About the agreement
The agreement covers landscape architecture, food sciences and agricultural subjects.
Students taking a master’s degree in animal sciences can take courses from the faculty for health sciences.
The Faculty of Science is a part of the NOVA network (The Nordic Forestry, Veterinary and Agricultural University Network), which NMBU is also an active member in. Among other things, NOVA arranges intensive 1-2 week courses for Master’s and PhD students.
Who can apply
For all Erasmus and agreements it is necessary to have attained 60 credits on your current NMBU program before commencing on an exchange study abroad.
Number of study places
Science: Three places for one semester (one for each subject area).
Health: One place per year (only for students taking a master’s in animal sciences).
Language of teaching
Danish and English.
Autumn semester: late August – January.
Summer semester: late January - June.
Erasmus students must continue to pay for NMBU’s semester fees, plus register with NMBU whilst they are on exchange. However, it is not necessary to pay any types of fee at the partner university.
The university can offer help with finding a place to live.
The university's South Campus