Bergen University College

Bergen University College

Inndalsveien 28, 5063 Bergen

Website URL: http://www.hib.no/en/
Accommodations:

Bergen University College offer an accommodation guarantee for international students. You can choose between different student hostels. Most international student choose to stay at Fantoft Student Accommodation. Please have a look at this website: http://www.sib.no/en/housing/international-students

To apply you need a personal reservation code. We will send you this code when you have been accepted for exchange studies at HiB.

Cost: High
External Funding Available: No
Availability: 5
Academic Dates:

Spring semester:              Early January – mid June

Autumn semester:          Mid August – mid December

Welcome Week for all our exchange students: this week is a mix of lectures and social activities.

Course Timetable: http://www.hib.no/en/studies/courses/available-courses/
Program Type: Exchange , Internship
Language: English , Native language
Available Subjects: business and entrepreneurship , chemistry , computer science , health sciences , nursing , engineering - civil , engineering -electrical , engineering - computer , engineering - mechanical
Travel Information: http://travel.gc.ca/destinations/norway
Practical Information:

Information for exchange students.

Buddy programme: You will be appointed a buddy if you wish so. He or she will pick you up when you arrive and take you to your place of accommodation. During your stay, your buddy will introduce you to the city of Bergen and include you in the regular campus life.

Fact sheet

Testimonial

Mark Flynn, BSE/CE 2010, on exchange in Winter 2008

"Academically my studies abroad exposed me to new schools of thought in my field. I completed an independent project about low energy housing that was extremely rewarding since this is an emerging field in Canada. While on exchange I was blessed with a wonderful set of friends. They helped me during my months abroad, despite the challenge of overcoming the language barrier. Studying abroad helped to improve my character and expand my thinking—it helped me to realize there is a world out there for the taking.”