How do I get my diploma?
If you are a programme student, you will automatically receive a diploma after you have completed your degree. If you qualify for a freely combined bachelor's degree, you must order the diploma yourself.
As you move towards the end of a programme, the faculty will check whether or not you fulfill the requirements of the degree programme. If you do, your diploma will be sent to you automatically. More information about the diploma will be given at your programme.
Should you wish to improve your grade in one of the programme courses, you have the option to postpone the issuing of your diploma by up to one year. You may not, however, switch any of the courses included in your programme after you have opted for a postponement. Your programme can provide you with more information about the postponement.
Diploma from a freely combined bachelor's degree
If you fulfill the requirements of a freely combined bachelor's degree, you must order the diploma yourself. Order the diploma from the faculty at which you have taken your degree specialization.
In addition to your diploma, you will automatically receive a Diploma Supplement in English. You may also order a Diploma Supplement for previously acquired degrees.
The Diploma Supplement explains the composition of your education to educational institutions and employers outside of Norway. The document also contains a brief presentation of the Norwegian educational system.
Get the diploma at your faculty:
- Faculty of Humanities
- Faculty of Educational Sciences
- Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
- Faculty of Medicine
Get in touch with the faculty student information centre if your faculty does not have their own information about diplomas.