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The University of Oslo, located in the bustling capital of Norway, is a large institution with an total enrollment of around 27,000, and it is the oldest Norwegian university. A variety of programs are available in English, so both Norwegian and non-Norwegian speakers are encouraged to apply.
Students can take courses in a variety of subject areas. While Norwegian language courses are available to students, they are not required. To browse course offerings, click here. Courses are generally lecture-based. Students studying off-campus in the fall can bring up to 4.5 credits back to campus; students studying off-campus in the spring with interim can bring up to 5.5 credits back to campus.
In addition to taking advantage of life in the vibrant city of Oslo, there are a wide variety of student societies that students can participate in. After arrival, students are put into buddy groups to get to know other students. For more information about student life, click here.
Students live in dorms near campus, which are generally accessible via public transportation. Students cook for themselves.
Pre-Approved GE Credits
This is a list of pre-approved GE credits. If you want other courses to be considered for GE credit, contact your St. Olaf Program Advisor, Christine Haerter Pinero.