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Priority List for NORINT-courses

The Department of Linguistics and Scandinavian Studies regret that we do not have the capacity to offer free Norwegian courses to everyone who wishes to attend. The list below shows which groups are prioritized in the admission process.

The first groups that shall be offered places are (in order of priority):

  1. Self-financing Bachelor students (SFB) in Norwegian-language programmes
  2. Incoming Exchange students (Erasmus+ and bilateral agreements)
  3. Academic Refugees, including Students at Risk
  4. Fullbright students
  5. International students in English-language Master's programmes with focus on Nordic language and Culture

Groups that may be offered course places if any places are available:

  1. Students who take a full English-language Master's degree at UiO (Including all Self-financing and EU/EØS applicants to English-language Master's programmes)
  2. Quota scheme students in all English-language Master's programmes who where admitted before 2017

Ranking points

Students who apply for Norwegian courses and who are on the Prioritation criteria list will be given ranking points. Ranking points are meant to secure that students are prioritized correct according to the prioritation list.

2000 points: Groups who shall be offered a place

  • Self-financing Bachelor students (SFB) in Norwegian-language programmes
  • Incoming Exchange students (Erasmus+ and bilateral agreements)
  • Academic Refugees, including Students at Risk
  • Fullbright students
  • International students in English-language Master's programmes with focus on Nordic language and Culture

1000 points: Groups that may be offered course places if any places are available:

  • Students who take a full English-language Master's degree at UiO (Including all Self-financing and EU/EØS applicants to English-language Master's programmes)
  • Quota scheme students in all English-language Master's programmes who where admitted before 2017
Published Aug. 7, 2014 1:44 PM - Last modified Nov. 20, 2018 4:40 PM