Honors for ESERO Norway

The lifelong education program consists of five elective courses (individual subjects) of 10 credits each which students can choose from and apply for separately. These are:   Outer Space - teaching plan (1 semester), Climate Research in Arctic Areas,  Schoolgeology (2 semestres), Satellites, GPS and GIS in school (2 semestres) and Under the polar sky (1 semester).  The contents of all subjects are related to current competence in relevant curricula. This applies to primary school (5th-10th grade in Norway) and Upper Secondary School in the Nordic countries.   The online activities can be tasks, discussion forums, online tests and reports. There will be a 4-5 days long gathering in eacht subject with activites in the field and the classroom. There is a final exam which includes a teachingplan which needs to be handed in at the end of each course, linked to each theme. Classroom-relevant resources and materials will be made available within each course. See courseinformastion for more details.   Application deadlines are as follows:   Outer Space - teaching plan (1 semester): November 15, 2015  Climate Research in Arctic Areas: September 15, 2015  Schoolgeology (2 semestres): November 15, 2015  Satellites, GPS and GIS in School (2 semestres): November 15, 2015  Under the Polar Sky (1 semester): May 15, 2016

Honors for Nordic ESERO

ECTS Credits 10
Study level One term programme
Start semester Spring 2017
Teaching language Norwegian
Faculty Faculty of Professional Studies
Campus Bodø
Application deadline

Job opportunities

The program provides relevant further education for teacher in the area of natural sciences.

Further education

Admission requirements

Teacher education

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Study plan

Honors for Nordic ESERO

The program is a lifelong learning-trajectory offered by the University of Nordland and NAROM (Norwegian Centre for Space-related Education) on Andøya in the country of Nordland in Norway. See coursedescription for separate courses.

Admission requirements

Teacher education

Programme description

The program consists of five separate subjects/courses that can be taken individually.

Learning outcomes

An important goal of the program is to actualize and modernize science, and that participants learn scientific workingmethods that can be applied and used in schools.

Examination regulations, assessment and grading

The Norwegian system for grading and assessment using the letter grades A - F, in which A denotes the best/highest grade and F denotes "not passed". Work can also be assessed as "passed", "not passed", "approved" and "not approved".

Refer to applicable legislation, rules and regulations

Qualifications requirements and regulations


Lodgingcosts as well as (up to) 50% of the travelcosts (max. NOK 2000) are covered by Nordic ESERO. Refund for travelcosts is given after passed exam. No other costs except semesterfee of NOK 850.

Graduation requirements

Final (home)exam including a teachingplan.

Study abroad

not applicable

Specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning

Admission based on real life and work experience (formal, informal and non-formal prior learning) according to current Norwegian regulations.

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