Norwegian Study Permit
New international students should apply for a Norwegian study permit (also called residence permit) as soon as possible after admission is granted.
Study permits are not required for citizens of EU/EEA/EFTA countries. Instead, they should complete a registration process after arrival in Norway.
If you need student accommodation we recommend you to contact the Student Housing Office as soon as possible after admission is granted. You will need your admission letter from NMBU to be able to apply. When you receive this letter, you will be given further instruction on how to proceed.
If arriving after opening hours, make sure to contact the Student Housing Office or the House Lady/Man to make arrangements to collect your room keys. This is if you have arranged accomodation through SiÅs student residences.
On this website you will find important dates for the academic year.
Teaching and exam schedule
When the course schedules are ready you will be able to look them up by using our online teaching and exam schedule.
How to find the University
The Norwegian University of Life Sciences is located in Ås, 40 km south of Oslo. The distance from Oslo Airport Gardermoen to Campus Ås is 80 km. Here you can find a few guidelines on how to get there.
Budget and costs of living
When planning an exchange it can be smart to check out the costs of living in the country you are going to.
Student Information Office (SiT)
After arrival international students are welcome to visit SiT to pick up their Welcome Package with useful information about campus, among other things. SiT will be able to answer questions and give further information about important things to remember after arrival to Norway. SiT is located in the Clock building, first floor.
We look forward to meet you!
Please visit the webpages below
Study tools (Welcome package will be required for some of the steps)