Nordic and International Perspectives on Teaching and Learning

One term programme in Levanger

No reason to stay inside: Do you want to add an exciting, international dimension to your teaching expertise while you experience Norway's spectacular landscape first-hand? Redefine your understanding of a learning arena by engaging with nature, and acquire new perspectives by immersing yourself in the history, culture and language of Norway. This semester package emphasizes practical knowledge and skills that will enrich every student's professional profile. Study start in mid-August.

Programme description

No reason to stay inside: Do you want to add an exciting, international dimension to your teaching expertise while you experience Norway's spectacular landscape first-hand? Redefine your understanding of a learning arena by engaging with nature, and acquire new perspectives by immersing yourself in the history, culture and language of Norway. This semester package emphasizes practical knowledge and skills that will enrich every student's professional profile. Study start in mid-August.

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The information applies to the current academic year. Changes may occur.
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Admission requirements

Exchange students are admitted on the basis of nomination by their home institution. This means that you will have to apply to your home university first to participate. Your home institution will provide you with information about the admission requirements.

Intermediate level in English.

Updated Certificate of Good Conduct / Criminal Records Certificate issued by local police authority.

Places on the course are limited. Half of the places are reserved for students of Nord University who are enrolled in the programmes Pre-School Teacher Education and Primary and Lower Secondary Teacher Education. For international teacher students, pre-school teacher students and students of related study programmes, priority is given to students from partner institutions. We give high priority to the diversity of the group, using geographical spread as selection criteria if the number of applicants exceeds the number of places available.

Job opportunities

Teaching students benefit from diverse and practical learning activities, which are aimed at developing knowledge and skills that will be valued in the workplace.

Study abroad

Priority is given to students from the partner institutions of The Faculty of Teacher Eucation Levanger (ERASMUS+ / EEA/Norway Grants). Contact the international coordinator at your home institution, or at Nord University: for more information.

Application deadline and admission

Application deadline April 15, 2020
ECTS Credits 30
Study level Shorter programme
Scope Part time
Teaching language English
Police certificate of conduct Yes
Campus Levanger

Application deadline and admission

Application deadline April 15, 2020

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