- We offer more than 50 Master’s degree programmes taught entirely in English.
- As of 2015, 15 percent of our students come from foreign countries.
- 22 percent of the academic staff and 31 percent of our PhD candidates are from abroad.
Many of the 21st century’s global challenges associated with areas such as climate, energy, health, poverty and violation of human rights observe neither disciplinary boundaries nor geographic borders.
UiO aims to make a significant contribution to the knowledge base that is needed in order to address the major global challenges of today.
"More than 99 percent of global knowledge acquisition takes place outside of Norway, and science is of its nature a cross-border field. Therefore we welcome international students and researchers to our campus, as well as institutions, businesses and others who wish to work with us."
Rector UiO Ole Petter Ottersen
Through bilateral partnerships and university networks, UiO collaborates with world-leading universities across the globe.
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International co-publications 2013-2015
The number of publications range from 0 to 2889 per country. The darker the colour, the greater the degree of collaboration. In total, UiO's researchers contributed to 10162 joint publications with 2959 different partner institutions. Source: SciVal.
UiO has established a strong presence abroad through participation in a number of university centres.
Every summer, from late June to early August, we welcome over 550 students from about 90 countries to our international summer school.
The Oslo summer school in comparative social science studies offers several PhD research courses.