ERASMUS Norwegen

Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim

Outgoing über Erasmus+
(S/D; Englischsprachiges Lehrangebot, Mindestsprachniveau: Englisch B2)

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is a university with an international focus, with headquarters in Trondheim and campuses in Ålesund and Gjøvik. NTNU has a main profile in science and technology, a variety of programmes of professional study, and great academic breadth that also includes the humanities, social sciences, economics, medicine, health sciences, educational science, architecture, entrepreneurship, art disciplines and artistic activities.

Studies: The Department provides teaching within Philosophy and Religious Studies at bachelor's and master's level. NTNU offers PhD opportunities within all three disciplines.

Bachelor's programme in Philosophy
Bachelor's programme in Religious Studies
One-Year programme in Philosophy
One-Year programme in Religious Studies
Master's programme in Philosophy
Master's programme in Religious Studies
PhD programme in Historical and Cultural Studies

The Department is also responsible for examen philosophicum - a compulsory introductory course for all students at Norwegian universities.

Research in Philosophy and Research in Religious Studies

Research in Philosophy: Research at our section ranges widely, and covers several active research groups and research projects. IFR administers Vitenskapsteoretisk forum, and is closely connected to Programme for Applied Ethics (PAE). Along with PAE, IFR contributes to NTNUs Ethicsportal.
Research in Religious Studies: Our department hosts leading specialists in Islamic studies, conspiracy culture, and south Asian religions, along with the only full time position in Judaism and cognitive science of religion in Norway.

Quelle: Website Norwegian University of Science and Technology, 16. Januar 2019

MF Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society in Oslo

Outgoing über Erasmus+
(S/F/D; Englischsprachiges Lehrangebot, Mindestsprachniveau: Englisch B1)

MF Norwegian School of Theology (1908) is an accredited Specialized University focusing on Theology, Religion, and Social Studies, located in Oslo. With three departments (the Department of Theology, the Department of Religious Education and Pedagogical Studies, and the Department of Religion and Society), MF educates scholars, teachers, ministers, and other professionals at the undergraduate and graduate level for leadership and service both nationally and internationally.

Quelle: Website MF Norwegian School of Theology, 01. Juni 2016

VID Specialized University Stavanger

Outgoing über Erasmus+
(S/F/D; Englischsprachiges Lehrangebot, Mindestsprachniveau: Englisch B1)

VID Specialized University is an accredited, private higher education institution. With approximately 400 employees and 4000 students VID is the third largest private higher education institutions in Norway.

VID Specialized University undertakes education and research in the fields of health and social sciences, educational science, management, diaconia and theology. The University offers approximately 50 study programmes at bachelor’s, master’s and PhD levels, and our objective is to develop as a national institution through regional cooperation. The University has around 4500 students and 400 employees, as well as campuses in Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger and Sandnes
VID Stavanger lies with its beautiful historic buildings in a green park area at Kampen in Stavanger.

Since 1843, the school has been a global focal point for education and research in a diverse and comprehensive network. The school has approximately 400 students in total, and it creates commitment and good relationships between people and traditions – from the north, south, east and west. The study programs at VID Stavanger give you the knowledge and skills that future employers demand, both in church, in schools, in public and private sectors.

As a student at VID Stavanger you have the opportunity to integrate study stays in Asia, Africa, Europe, South or North America in your degree. The international environment, with students from more than 20 different countries, characterizes the school in several ways and creates meeting places and rooms for exciting conversations across cultures.

VID Stavanger is former School of Mission and Theology, established in 1843.

13 Study programmes of VID Stavanger

Bachelor of social studies
Bachelor of theology
Master in Community Development and Social Innovation
Master of intercultural work
Master of practical theology
Master of theology and religious studies
One year programme in Christianity, religion, philosophies of life and ethics
One year programme in intercultural communication and global cooperation
One year programme in social sciences
PhD programme in theology and religion
Practical theological seminar
Professional programme in theology
Religious education

Quelle: Website VID Specialized University Stavanger, 09. Januar 2019