This study programme starts in August.
When to apply
- EU/EEA/Swiss applicants: from 1 February until 1 March
- Nordic citizens and applicants with a permanent or renewable residence permit in Norway: from 1 February until 15 April
- Non-EU/EEA applicants: from 1 October until 1 December
How to apply
- EU/EEA/Swiss applicants: Application procedure
- Nordic citizens and applicants with a permanent or renewable residence permit in Norway: Application procedure
- Non-EU/EEA applicants: Application procedure
Admission to this master's degree programme / study option requires:
- country list. and a completed bachelor's degree comparable to a Norwegian bachelor's degree. Applicants with foreign education, please refer to the
- a specialization defined by the programme/study option
- a minimum grade average of C (in the Norwegian grading scale) or equivalent from the specialization in your degree.
- Norwegian and English language requirement OR special enhanced requirement in English specified below:
a) Passed examination in English foundation course (140 hours/5 periods per week) with a minimum grade of 4 in Norwegian upper secondary school (or an equivalent grade from a Nordic upper secondary school) or passed examination in English from second and/or third school year in Norwegian upper secondary school, or
b) An internationally recognised English language proficiency test.
The Master’s programme in Computational Science and Engineering, programme option Computational science is based on the Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics, Informatics and Technology or the equivalent.
The grounds for admission to the Master’s programme in Computational Science and Engineering, programme option Computational Science, is a Bachelor’s degree where the following courses, or the equivalent, must be included:
• MAT1100 - Calculus
• MAT1110 - Calculus and Linear Algebra
• MAT1120 - Linear Algebra
• MAT-INF1100 - Modelling and Computations
• INF1000 - Introduction to object-oriented programming / INF1100 - Introduction to programming with scientific applications
• 10 ECTS INF/INF-MAT courses in addition to INF1000 - Introduction to object-oriented programming / INF1100 - Introduction to programming with scientific applications
• 20 ECTS in other scientific courses on 2000-level or higher
You have to upload all required documents in UiO's online application portal.
If you have completed studies/courses outside the University of Oslo, you must also upload course descriptions. The course names and codes on the course descriptions must match the transcript of records.
This programme is covered by the regulations on export control. Export controls are applied to countries where there is suspicion about development and use of weapons of mass destruction. UiO will therefore conduct a specific evaluation of these applicants.
Ranking of applicants
Applicants are ranked according to the average grade in the special admission requirements.