NOVA Courses arranged at NMBU

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NMBU welcomes students to apply for NOVA courses arranged at NMBU.

NOVA

Deadlines for applications for NOVA courses running in 2019 will be published here when they are set.

 

How to apply 

1. If you are already a student at NMBU

(i.e. have the right to study at NMBU)

Please register your request to take a NOVA course on Studentweb as usual by the application deadline for the course, using one of the course codes below. If you are granted admission, you will be registered for the exam a few weeks before the course.

Please note that, in addition, applicants to NOVA-406 Environmental Collaboration and Conflict Resolution: Explorations of collaborative closures to environmental conflicts - Renewable energy and emerging land-use conflicts  must submit the following documents as PDFs to international@nmbu.no by the application deadline for the course:

  1. Extended Abstract and Reflection: A short description of your thesis project together with a reflection on why this course is relevant to this work (max 2000 words)
  2. Curriculum vitae: A copy of your CV (preferably in Europass format)

Course codes

The course code will be published here when the course opens for applications in Studentweb.

 

 

2. If you are a PhD-employee at NMBU, but do not yet have study rights at NMBU

Please contact the administrative person at your department:

 

3. If you are a student at one of these NOVA member universities: Aarhus University, University of Helsinki, University of Eastern Finland, Agricultural University of Iceland, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Please register your application in our online application portal Søknadsweb.There, you must state which NOVA course you wish to attend in the comment section.

Please also upload the following documents:

  1. Copy of passport/ID card
  2. Official academic transcripts in English. Official transcript is not just a print, but is an official document signed and approved by your home university.
  3. Confirmation of student status from the NOVA University

Please note that, in addition to the documents above, applicants to Environmental Collaboration and Conflict Resolution: Explorations of collaborative closures to environmental conflicts - Renewable energy and emerging land-use conflicts  must upload the following documents as PDFs:

  1. Extended Abstract and Reflection: A short description of your thesis project together with a reflection on why this course is relevant to this work (max 2000 words)
  2. Curriculum vitae: A copy of your CV (preferably in Europass format)

Deadline: Application must be registered and all required documents must be uploaded by the deadline stated in the course information.

NB! On Søknadsweb, please register your private home address (inclusive postal code), and not the address of your home university or other institution.

 

4. If you are not a student at NMBU or one of the NOVA member universities

(incl. employees at NMBU without the right to study at NMBU)

Please register your application and state the NOVA course you wish to attend in our online application portal Søknadsweb. There, you must state which NOVA course you wish to attend in the comment section.

Please also upload the following documents:

  1. Copy of passport/ID card (only non-Norwegian citizens)
  2. Official academic transcripts in English. Official transcript is not just a print, but an official document signed and approved by your home university.
  3. Documentation of English proficiency
  4. If you are currently enrolled as a student at a university, please upload a confirmation of your student status from your home university.

Please note that, in addition to the documents above, applicants to Environmental Collaboration and Conflict Resolution: Explorations of collaborative closures to environmental conflicts - Renewable energy and emerging land-use conflicts  must upload the following documents as PDFs:

  1. Extended Abstract and Reflection: A short description of your thesis project together with a reflection on why this course is relevant to this work (max 2000 words)
  2. Curriculum vitae: A copy of your CV (preferably in Europass format)

Deadline: Application must be registered and all required documents must be uploaded by the deadline stated in the course information.

NB! On Søknadsweb, please register your private home address (inclusive postal code), and not the address of your home university or other institution.

 

Privacy declaration

Information on how NMBU handles your personal information when you have applied for admission

 

Contact

Please contact international@nmbu.no if you have any questions.

Published 11. February 2016 - 15:43 - Updated 5. March 2019 - 11:17

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