- expertise in the relevant legal, financial, professional and estate planning topics and methods to communicate with other professionals and stakeholders in specific processes of land use
- expertise in the acquisition and management of critical scientific material at a high level related to their own profession and for communication with other relevant disciplines
- expertise in analysing complex real estate-related situations
- an overall professional competence that makes the candidate preferred for positions related to the clarification and resolution of property related disputes and problems
- an overall professional competence that makes the candidate preferred for positions in land acquisition and expropriation and similar transactions with property
- competence to determine and analyze ownership
- expertise to handle processes involving change of ownership inside
http://www.domstol.no/en/Enkelt-domstol/The-land-consolidation-court-of-Norway/ The land consolidation court of Norway
- corresponding changes made outside
; purchase, sale, acquisition, expropriation and other transactions with property, property registration http://www.domstol.no/en/Enkelt-domstol/The-land-consolidation-court-of-Norway/ The land consolidation court of Norway
- competence to resolving property issues; management processes, court process, private transactions, negotiation, etc.
Qualifications after graduation:
Contents and structure:
At the 100 level, the students are assessed on acquired knowledge, mostly through final written examinations. In more advanced courses at the 200 and 300 levels, students are to a larger extent assessed on their ability to handle complex problems and issues. This is done through written assignments and project work, but also through written and oral tests. Starting with courses at the 200 level, assessment is predominantly based on continuous assessment or larger final assignments. The evaluations are either based on final assessment (independent assignments or final written examinations) or continuous assessment through project papers and local written examinations. External examiners are used in two ways: 1. To assess each students examination work, and 2. To evaluate the course. When a course starts up, students are given an overview over the criteria for assessment, made especially for each course and related to the grading scale A-F or passed/failed.
Cooperation with other institutions:
Arrangements, incoming exchange students:
The international content of the programme increases continuously. The programme of study is open to international students, however central topics will be taught in Norwegian.
Higher Education Entrance Qualification. A maximum of 35 students are admitted each year. Students with other relevant higher education will, shortly after admission, develop an adapted individual study plan which will allow them to complete the programme in less time than the nominal study period.