The Centre offers a two year Master programme in Ibsen Studies, and a number of Bachelor courses.
Why study Ibsen?
The courses and master programme give an in-depth understanding of the works of Henrik Ibsen and their cultural and historical context.
Students are given a unique opportunity to develop competencies in humanities research, critical thinking, and scholarly writing in a multicultural environment. The Centre attracts a highly diverse group of students from around the globe, and with widely different academic and professional backgrounds.
All courses are taught in English.
Students affiliated with the Centre for Ibsen studies can apply for a seat in the reading room at the ground floor of Henrik Wergelands hus.
Contact the International Student Reception for questions on:
- Application process
- Formal admission requirements
- Renewal of residence permit
- Registrations and semester fee
Contact the Student Information Centre for information on how to apply for:
- Leave of absence
- Part-time studies
Questions about studying at the Ibsen Centre?
Contact our Student Advisor Karianne Risvik Johnsen if you have questions on:
- Courses offered in Ibsen Studies
- Semester registration
- Teaching Schedule
- Submission of Master's Thesis