Department of Teacher Education and School Research - Associate professor of Education (pedagogy) -
Want to work with education and pedagogy in Europe’s fastest-growing capital? The deadline for submitting an application for an associate professorship in #education at FOED is tomorrow!
The Helga Eng faculty building, with the bulb-encircled signature birch-tree in the foreground <3
QS World University Rankings by Subject 2013 - Education | Top Universities -
QS ranks UiO’s Faculty of Educational Sciences 42nd among the world’s best educational sciences institutions and 10th in Europe (the top 8 are all in the UK).
We always treat rankings with some caution, but we’re satisfied with the acknowledgement from QS that FOED is a research and education institution of note in both European and world terms.
Prospective students - check out our English-language programmes here: http://www.uv.uio.no/english/ And note the absence of tuition fees in Norway :)
Student: "We get heaps of individual attention and feedback" -
Sheena Miller is a second year HEEM student from the United States. She completed her BA at New York University, concentrating in Gender Studies, German Language and Marketing. After graduating she worked within sales & marketing analysis in NYC and Melbourne, and also spent two years teaching English in Bungotakada, Japan. Sheena now studies at the Faculty of Education at the University of Oslo.
South Korean President visits the University of Oslo -
Student blogger Seyran posts about the visit from the President of South Korea, Lee Myung-Bak to the University of Oslo and his contribution to a lecture about the subject of “A New Horizon For Lasting Peace and Prosperity“.
Which cities shape our musical tastes? Atlanta, Montreal and … Oslo! -
Researchers have found that, in North America, Atlanta tends to propel trends in hip-hop music, while Montreal leads listening habits for indie music. Over in Europe, meanwhile, Oslo is the big trend-setter.
Curious about studying in the capital of Norway? Read more!
For young people to choose science, science must convincingly answer their question: “What’s in it for me?”. Students want to use their talents and develop themselves while working with something they are interested in and care about. —
Maria Vetlesæter Bøe
commenting on her recent doctoral thesis on young people’s choices of post-compulsory science education.
The Faculty of Educational Sciences (Helga Eng building) at the University of Oslo campus. Eerily quiet for Easter break, but a great time to get lots of work done :)
Two weeks left until application deadline for the Master's Programme in Higher Education! -
The Faculty of Education at the University of Oslo (Norway) is proud to offer an award winning 2-year Master of Philosophy Programme in Higher Education. We are delighted to announce that the application round for European and Nordic applicants is now open!