Documentation requirements - The Philippines

  • Please note that eligible master's applicants from The Philippines must have completed a five-year bachelor's degree or a four-year bachelor's degree + a master's degree.
  • Note that some programmes require documentation that is not listed below; please refer to the relevant programme description for detailed information.
  • All applicants must upload scanned copies of their supporting documents to SøknadsWeb, the University of Oslo's online application system.
  • Please name your uploaded files as suggested in the tables below, and follow our guidelines for uploading documents.

General documentation

Required document

Description
Copy of passport or ID card

Please note that only a copy of the ID-page is required.

Name the pdf file passport or idcard.

Documentation of name change (if applicable)

Documentation of name change must be uploaded if your name is different from your passport in any of your documentation.

Name the pdf file namechange.

Documentation of English language proficiency

Documentation of English language proficiency must be documented by an internationally recognised English language proficiency test:

Please note that a proficiency certificate from your university does not cover the English language requirement.

Name the pdf file English.

Documentation of financing

Required document

Description
Documentation of financing (if applicable)

Non-EU/EEA applicants must document financing with their application. Not applicable for EU/EEA citizens, Nordic citizens and applicants with a permanent or renewable residence permit in Norway.

Name the pdf file financing.

Secondary education

Required document Description

High School graduation diploma and transcript

 

A scanned copy of the original diploma/certificate and transcript must be uploaded.

Name the pdf file secondary.

Higher education

If you have completed a four-year bachelor's degree (e.g. in Nursing), you must complete at least one year of additional master's studies before you are eligible to apply for master's admission at UiO.

Required document Description

Final degree diploma(s)

A scanned copy of the original document must be uploaded. If you hold a master's degree you should also upload your original master's degree diploma as well as the bachelor's degree diploma.

Name your pdf file(s) bachelor / master.

Transcript of records for your bachelor's degree

To be sent directly to the Office of Admission and Student Exchange by the issuing institution:

The University of Oslo
Office for Admissions and Student Exchange 
P.O. Box 1081 Blindern
NO-0317 Oslo, Norway

Note: In addition, you must upload a scanned copy of your transcript. However, only applications with transcripts that are sent directly to the Office of Admission and Student Exchange will be considered.

In the same manner you must also submit separate transcripts for courses/modules from other institutions included in your degree, such as exchange semesters, transfer credits or in cases of admission to a bachelor’s program due to advanced standing. If you hold a master's degree, you should also submit a transcript of records for your master's degree, sent us directly from the issuing institution.

Name your pdf file(s) bachelortranscr / mastertranscr.

Translations

If the language of the original document is not English, an official translation made by an authorized translator must be uploaded. Please note that the original language version must always accompany the translation.

Name your pdf file(s) bachelortransl / mastertransl.

Important about documentation:

  • You are responsible for uploading all required documentation, as well as ensuring that it is uploaded within the application deadline. As it may take several weeks for institutions and test centres to provide transcripts and/or test scores, please arrange for these documents to be issued as soon as possible.
  • You are liable for your uploaded documents, i.e. that they represent true and unaltered information.
  • Wrongful or misleading information may lead to dismissal and loss of right to study, according to § 7 of Regulations governing studies and examinations at the University of Oslo.
  • Submission of fraudulent documents is illegal, and will be reported to the appropriate authorities.
  • A random selection of students will be asked to present their original documents before starting their studies.
  • Please note that we maintain the right to contact institutions, firms, associations and government agencies for the purpose of explanation and/or verification of uploaded documents.

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Published Aug. 13, 2015 3:01 PM - Last modified Dec. 11, 2017 11:16 AM