Scandinavian Studies in Telemark

Scandinavian Studies in Telemark

Scandinavian studies is a program for students who would like to explore life in a local community close to nature. It gives you a unique practical and theoretical experience and insight into a local and national culture.

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You can study for a semester (30 ECTS) or a full year (60 ECTS).

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How and where classes are offered.

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Expected progress of study. Full time is programmes with full progress of study (60 ECTS credits per academic year, 30 ECTS credits per semester). Part time is programmes with less than full progress of study (less than 60 ECTS credits per academic year, or less than 30 ECTS credits per semester).

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Spring 2023
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Autumn 2022
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Autumn 2022

Why study Scandinavian studies?

Scandinavian Studies in Telemark seeks to provide for international students a semester or year of academic study and social opportunity to explore dimensions of the Norwegian way of life, specifically Telemark county. Fall and Spring semester offer a broad range of academic themes, in addition to promoting intercultural competence and environmental insights while utilizing the diversity of Telemark’s geography, culture, and business community.

What you will learn

This program offers international undergraduate students an extended period of immersion into the cultural setting of academic studies. The courses provide a broad range of social and cultural insights into Telemark and Norway: past and present. The students will be exposed to the requirements of critical thinking and independent work, which characterize the Norwegian academic context.

Why study at USN?

USN offer an informal and student friendly environment. Our campuses are small with an open-door policy where our staff dedicates time and attention to each student. USN offers a safe living and study environment as well as a multicultural society where English is widely spoken. Our programmes are focused on practical study methods with a problem-based approach that should help students to prepare for real-life situations.

Choose semester

You can study for a semester (30 ECTS) or a full year (60 ECTS).

Campus
Teaching model help

How and where classes are offered.

Progression of study help

Expected progress of study. Full time is programmes with full progress of study (60 ECTS credits per academic year, 30 ECTS credits per semester). Part time is programmes with less than full progress of study (less than 60 ECTS credits per academic year, or less than 30 ECTS credits per semester).

Start up
Semesters
Campus
Full time
Spring 2023
Campus
Full time
Autumn 2022
Campus
Full time
Autumn 2022