The Norwegian School of Sport Sciences offer various course packages for our inconing exchange/ study abroad students.
Courses on bachelor level are packaged into different course packages. The courses in the different packages are in the same field in sport sciences, and no conflicts in scheduling and exams will occur.
Course packages will be updated by April 1, for the upcoming fall semester. Courses for the spring semester could see changes up until October 1.
Students must choose one of the course packages when completing the application.
It is not possible to choose courses from different course packages.
The Outdoor Studies package is made up of three courses. Together, these three courses satisfy the required full-time workload for one semester. Due to several field trips, these courses cannot be combined with any other courses. The courses are co-taught with Norwegian students.
You will need to bring your own equipment for the Outdoor Studies courses. In the link below to find out more about the equipment that is compulsory and the equipment that is recommended. We have also included some information about extra costs and expenses associated with the field trips.
The Department of Sport and Social Sciences offer three courses in English during the fall semester and three courses during the spring semester. It is also a possibility of an internship during the spring semester.
You will find the course plans in the links below with more specific information:
When you arrive NIH in August, you choose three of the four courses in Studentweb.
Changes may occur until October 1
The internship is offered to students who have completed the Sport Management and Coaching course package during the fall semester, and offer a unique opportunity to work within a Norwegian sport organization for one semester.
Exchange students who want to register for courses at master level must have a relevant bachelor degree or equivalent.
There are also course specific prerequisites. Please note that we can admit a limited number of students in each course, and NIH reserves the right to rank the applicants.
Exchange students who can document a good working knowledge of the Norwegian language (Bergenstest or equivalent) can choose courses taught in Norwegian. We recommend that you contact the International office at NIH if you would like more information about available courses taught in Norwegian.