Introduction to Norwegian society, welfare, development and language

This semester package provides an overview of Norway's most vital social institutions and their function with regard to the principles of a welfare state, as well as an introduction to the Norwegian language.This semester package is designed for exchange students who wants to learn more about Norway.

Introduction to Norwegian society, welfare, development and language

ECTS Credits 30
Study level One term programme
Start semester Spring 2017
Teaching language English
Faculty Faculty of Social Sciences
Campus  
Application deadline

Job opportunities

Further education

Admission requirements

Higher Education Entrance Qualification

Language requirement: see general guidelines for admission

This semester package is designed specifically for exchange students. Please go to "Applying and admission" for more information about becoming an exchange student at Nord University.

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Overview

Study plan

Admission requirements

Higher Education Entrance Qualification

Language requirement: see general guidelines for admission

This semester package is designed specifically for exchange students. Please go to "Applying and admission" for more information about becoming an exchange student at Nord University.

Costs

No special costs except semester registration fee and syllabus literature.

Specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning

If an applicant does not fulfill the requirements for The Higher Education Entrance Qualification but has experience-based competence relevant to the field of study, he or she may apply for recognition of this competence in order to fulfill the admission requirements. See also General Arrangements for recognition of prior learning under the University Rules and Regulations.

Examination regulations, assessment and grading

Examination regulations can be found in¿regulations for studies and exams at Nord University as well as the special regulations Regulations for examination candidates at UiN. The Norwegian assessment and grading system uses the letter grades A-F, in which A denotes the best grade and F denotes failed. Grades can also be given as: passed /not passed or approved/ not approved.

Assessment methods

This program has individual written school exams and an oral examination, with regular Norwegian grading system (A-F)

Programme evaluation

The study programme is evaluated annually by students using course evaluation studies and by the programme director. The evaluations are included in the university's quality assurance system

Qualifications requirements and regulations

Here we refer to Regulations pertaining to studies and exams at Nord University as well as local regulations and directives, see University Rules and Regulations.