University of Oslo
The University of Oslo is an exchange destination for Utrecht University Faculty of Science bachelor and master students in Chemistry, Computing Sciences, Mathematics and Physics.
|Fields of study|
Bachelor and master Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics
General information for exchange students
Autumn semester: from the middle of August to the middle of December.
A good command of English is required of all students attending the University of Oslo.
Students nominated on bilateral agreements who are not native speakers of English must document their proficiency in English.
In general, Erasmus students do not have to provide documentation of language proficiency. Please contact your university's Erasmus coordinator or international office for information about the requirements for the agreement in question.
For further information about English proficiency requirements for Erasmus + students, please see admission for Erasmus+ students:
|Areas of study open to exchange students|
bachelor and master students in Chemistry, Computing Sciences, Mathematics and Physics.
|Courses at Master’s level|
|Language of instruction|
Courses are offered in English and Norwegian language courses are given in Norwegian. More information.
The student housing is administered by the Student Welfare Organization in Oslo and Akershus (SiO). All International students can apply for housing through SiO Housing.
|Estimated living costs per month|
Norway is an expensive country and it takes a while getting used to the high cost of living. As a student you will need a minimum of approximately NOK 11 500 per month in order to cover basic expenses. More detailed information.
To give you an idea of the living expenses for a student in Norway, we have put together a modest budget for one semester (all numbers are approximate):
Housing: NOK 17 500
Total for 5 months: NOK 52 500
During your first semester you must be prepared to use a substantial amount of money for setting up your household and for buying suitable clothing for the Norwegian climate.
A semester is 30 credits.
|Number of places available|
6 places per year, selection was not necessary in the past few years
The International Officer at the Faculty of Science is Tessa Schutte.
Walk-in office hours are back: every Tuesday from 11-12 AM in the International Office, Minnaert building, room 1.17. In case this timeslot does not suit you, please make an (online) appointment below here: