In the field of technology, media and law, good grades are important. But even more important is to stay up to date and to be relevant, as large and rapid changes are commonplace in the world of technology.
During the pandemic, Andrea decided to leave Belgium and return to Oslo, where she felt at home. She now works as a Data Protection Officer and is thrilled about working in this rapidly developing sector. There are lots of opportunities to learn and grow.
Samson Esayas completed his LLM in Information and Communication Technology Law in 2012, and is now a PhD Candidate at Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law (NRCCL).
Victoria enjoyed her studies in Oslo and has been working in the space industry after she graduated
– The LLM Program helped me gain a truly international and analytic perspective regarding the legal challenges of the Information Society.
The knowledge garnered from this programme has empowered me in handling regulatory aspects relevant to other sectors of the public administration of my country.
– The program gave me an opportunity to study under scholars who were highly accomplished in their fields.
- Taking the master’s degree at the NRCCL is one of the most important and positive decisions I have ever made.