We would like to remind you that student chaplains Pernille Astrup and Kristian Gotehus Køhn, and SSN's Mental Health Service are available to you who feel the need to talk to someone about what is happening.
Pernille can be reached on telephone 474 01 110, and Kristian on telephone 900 74 770.
SSN Health is open Monday to Friday. You can book appointments online.
If you do not have a Norwegian social security number or telephone number, kindly contact Kristin Maute (email@example.com / 31 00 84 50). She will arrange an appointment for you.
The Norwegian Government is establishing a grant scheme for the spring semester 2022. All students who qualify for the grant will receive NOK 11 500 per month from March to August. PhD students will receive up to NOK 21 000.
The reason for this is that some Ukrainian, Russian, and Belarusian students in Norway are having financial problems as a result of the war. This may be because their parents or other sources of funding can no longer continue to help them, or because they have lost access to their funds as a result of economic sanctions against Russia.
How to apply:
Students who believe that they are eligible must apply for the scholarship via their educational institution. The scheme will be in effect from 1 March to August 2022.
Applications will be processed quickly. Please count on a processing time of 3 working days to effectuate the payment, once the application is submitted. Payments will be effectuated through bank transfers or through issuing "kronekort" - cash cards - to the receiver at the service front desk on campus.