Ever thought of spending part of your degree in another part of the world?
To promote international competence, it is expected that candidates will spend at least 3 months (usually in the 6th semester) with our collaborating universities in Europe and other parts of the world. These institutions offer you exciting opportunities to study for one or two semesters abroad, allowing a broader scope and diversity of topics than can be offered by a single university alone. You can also spend 15 weeks on a work placement abroad as part of your undergraduate studies.
We are flexible and have dedicated staff who will do their best to help you with your stay abroad. A study abroad complements your degree studies best in the third academic year.
For more information on the process, you can contact Jose de Pool, advisor for study exchange.
The world is yours to explore!
Following further studies
BSc in Biology qualifies for the Master of Science programme in Biosciences at Nord University, or for master programmes at other institutions in Norway and abroad.
Master of Biosciences at Nord has the following specialisations:
Aquaculture, genomics, livestock science, marine ecology and terrestrial ecology and nature management.
1. Higher education entrance qualification
2. English language proficiency
3. Financial capacity - non-EU/EEA applicants
4. Special requirements: Applicants for the Bachelor's programme in Biology must document previous studies in natural sciences at high school or university level:
- Mathematics R1/(S1+S2)
(Mathematics advanced subsidiary level)
- Plus one of the following:
- Mathematics R1+R2
- Physics 1 + 2 (advanced level)
- Chemistry 1 + 2 (advanced level)
- Biology 1 + 2 (advanced level)
- Information Technology 1 + 2 (advanced level)
- Geosciences 1 + 2 (advanced level)
- Technology and research subjects
1 + 2 (advanced level)
Admission requirements for bachelor's programmes
General admission and documentation requirements