UiT The Arctic University of Norway
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How to apply?
We ask you to read the information below carefully. It is important that you keep the deadline for applying!
How to apply for the Master of Laws in Law of the Sea-program:
The programme aims to recruit students from all round the world. Approximately 10 students are admitted every August.
The online registration form for applicants opens on 1 September. You will find important information for the application procedure here: Self-financing Master's degree students
Applicants must document at least three years’ study at university level, equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree in law or political science.
Please enclose a statement of purpose together with your application, outlining your motivation for applying, and why we should admit you to our programme.
Application deadlines for the program Master of Laws in Law of the Sea
December 1 (International applicants, both self-financing and quota students)
April 15 (applicants with proficiency in Norwegian/applicants from Nordic countries)
For students who must apply within December 1 and who are completing their bachelor degree the following semester, conditional offers may be given.
Applicants will be notified regarding the status of their application by the International Office. Successful applicants will recieve an information package including your Letter of Admission.
You can also check the status of your application, by clicking here.
NB! We do not give any preliminary assessment of applicants/application documentation!
How to apply for our single courses?
You can be admittet to our courses eiter as a "Free-mover student" or as an "Exchange student".
Free-movers are self-financing students applying without link to an UiT exchange partner. Free-movers can be admitted to a number of courses taught in English and study at UiT for a period of 1 or 2 semesters. If proficiency in Norwegian is documented, students can also be given admission to take courses taught in Norwegian.
Exchange students are students from institutions having exchange agreements with the University of Tromsø. The students are selected and nominated to UiT by their home university. Exchange students study in Tromsø for a period of 3-12 months.
How much does it cost?
In Norway higher education is considered a public good free of charge to any person that meets academic standards. In accordance with this principle the University of Tromsø does not charge tuition fees. However, all Master's Degree and free-mover students have to pay the semester fee of NOK 420. The semester fee are paid to the to the Student Welfare Organisation.
Information about the LL.M. programme:
Tel.: +47 77 64 65 03
Tel.: +47 77 64 69 52
Information about admission to the University of Tromsø:
Read more in the study catalogue;