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International admissions


Information on this site is for students seeking information on English taught degree programs at UiT the Arctic University of Norway.

Here you will find information on student exchange.

Admission to UiT the Arctic University of Norway is regulated by: Regulations concerning admission to UiT The Arctic University of Norway

Next application period for international degree students: October 1st to December 1st 2021.

You are an EU/EEA applicant if you reside in one of the countrys within the European Union, or the Schengen area. Students from this area does not need a student visa to study in Norway. 

If you are an EU/EEA applicant, and meet the Norwegian language requirements, you can apply as a Nordic applicant.

Not sure which applicant category you belong to? See our guide Are you an international applicant?

NB! There are no preparatory courses in Norwegian language available for admission within this category. You must organize any such preparatory courses in Norwegian language on your own.



UiT the Arctic University of Norway offers three one-year study programs taught in English. One of them is an on-line course. See our one-year programs for international applicants here. You can apply for up to three priorities within bachelor's degrees and short programs. 

You can apply here to our short programs



UiT the Arctic University of Norway offers two bachelor's programs taught in English. See our bachelor degrees for international applicants here. You can apply for up to three priorities within bachelor's degrees and short programs. It is not possible to change or add study options after the application deadline. 

You can apply here to our bachelor programs



UiT the Arctic University of Norway offers around 27 master's programs taught in English. Many of the science programs offer different specializations. See our list of master programs for international applicants here.

You can apply for up to two study programs. It is not possible to change or add study options after the application deadline. 

You can apply here to our master programs



Higher Education Entrance Qualification is the general basis for admission to universities and university colleges in Norway.
For applicants with foreign basic education, the requirements for secondary school education, English proficiency and/or additional year(s) of higher education are specified in the Country list (GSU-list).

This admission requirement is absolute for all applicants that wish to study in Norway, whether it is short programs, bachelor's or master's level.

Scan and upload your official certificate/diploma and transcripts documenting that you have completed your upper secondary education. Upload the original documents together with the translated versions.

Official documents issued in a different language than English or Scandinavian language must be translated into Norwegian or English.

Upload the original documents together with the translated versions. Name the pdf.-file "Secondary".

See the general requirements here.



Please see the guide below how to meet the English requirements for each level of study. Exemptions from the English test apply to limited cases.

There are no preparatory courses in English available at our University.

Short programs


Proof of English proficiency can be documented by using one of the following tests. We do not accept tests that are older than two years on the date of the application deadline.

Proof of English proficiency must be submitted with your application by the application deadline. Name the uploded pdf.-file "English".

  • Completed and passed English course (140 hours per year / 5 hours per week) at the Norwegian upper secondary school
  • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) with a minimum score of 60 for an internet-based test (TOEFL iBT  / TOEFL iBT Home Edition) or 500 for a paper-based test (PBT). We do not accept TOEFL MyBest Score to meet our English language requirements. Make sure to give UiT The Arctic University of Norway access to your verify your score report: Our Institutional code is 0742. Also uplod a copy of your test result.
  • IELTS - Academic test: International English Language Testing Service (IELTS) Academic with a minimum of 5.0 points or higher. You must upload the official copy of your test result, which we will verify online. Make sure the TRF-number is clearly visible in the uploded copy. 
  • Pearson PTE Academic test with a minimum score of 51 points
  • Cambridge Assessment English exams
    • Proficiency (CPE) 
    • Advanced (CAE) 
    • First (FCE)

You have to send your results to UiT the Actctic University of Norway via the Cambridge English Candidate Results Website. You must also upload Statement of Results to the application portal.

The following education gives exemption from submitting an English test:

  • Completed a minimum of one year of upper secondary school or one year university studies taught in English in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Great Britain or the USA. The place of instruction must have been in one of these countries and the language of instruction must have been English. 
  • A complete or incomplete university degree in English language and literature, with at least 60 ECTS in the subject English.
  • Completed an English language Masters' degree' where the language of instruction was English.
  • Applicants educated in a country listed with "No" to English test required in the NOKUT GSU list are exempt from the above test requirement. If your country is listed with "Yes" or "Yes 1-4", documentation of English (with a test or education as listed above) is required.
  • In exceptional cases applicants may provide proof of English proficiency in other ways.

Bachelors level


Proof of English proficiency can be documented by using one of the following tests. We do not accept tests that are older than two years on the date of the application deadline.

Proof of English proficiency must be submitted with your application by the application deadline. Name the uploded pdf.-file "English".

  • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) with a minimum score of 80 for an internet-based test (TOEFL iBT  / TOEFL iBT Home Edition) or 550 for a paper-based test (PBT). We do not accept TOEFL MyBest Score to meet our English language requirements. Make sure to give UiT The Arctic University of Norway access to your verify your score report: Our Institutional code is 0742. Also uplod a copy of your test result.
  • IELTS - Academic test: International English Language Testing Service (IELTS) Academic with a minimum of 6.0 points or higher. You must upload the official copy of your test result, which we will verify online. Make sure the TRF-number is clearly visible in the uploded copy. 
  • Pearson PTE Academic test with a minimum score of 59 points
  • Cambridge Assessment English exams
    • Proficiency (CPE) C or better
    • Advanced (CAE) C or better
    • First (FCE) B or better

 You have to send your results to UiT the Actctic University of Norway via the Cambridge English Candidate Results Website. You must also upload Statement of Results to the application portal.

The following education gives exemption from submitting an English test:

  • completed a minimum of one year of upper secondary school or one year university studies taught in English in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Great Britain or the USA. The place of instruction must have been in one of these countries and the language of instruction must have been English. 
  • a complete or incomplete university degree in English language and literature, with at least 60 ECTS in the subject English.
  • completed an English language Masters' degree' where the language of instruction was English. Applicants with higher education from China, Bangladesh, Iran, Nepal, India, Pakistan, Myanmar and Sri Lanka MUST document proof English test regardless of whether the medium of instruction is in English. Only applicants who have completed university education where the subject English (for example, a full degree in English language and literature) comprised the main component of the course of study (at least 60 ECTS or its equivalent) can be exempted.
  • Applicants educated in a country listed with "No" to English test required in the NOKUT GSU list are exempt from the above test requirement. If your country is listed with "Yes" or "Yes 1-4", documentation of English (with a test or education as listed above) is required.

Masters level


Proof of English proficiency can be documented by using one of the following tests. We do not accept tests that are older than two years by our application deadline.

Proof of English proficiency must be submitted with your application by the application deadline. Name the uploded pdf.-file "English".

  • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) with a minimum score of 85 for an internet-based test (TOEFL iBT  / TOEFL iBT Home Edition) or 580 for a paper-based test (PBT). We do not accept TOEFL MyBest Score to meet our English language requirements. Make sure to give UiT The Arctic University of Norway access to your verify your score report: Our Institutional code is 0742. Also uplod a copy of your test result.
  • IELTS - Academic test: International English Language Testing Service (IELTS) Academic with a minimum of 6.5 points or higher. You must upload the official copy of your test result, which we will verify online. Make sure the TRF-number is clearly visible in the uploded copy. 
  • Pearson PTE Academic test with a minimum score of 62 points
  • Cambridge Assessment English exams
    • Proficiency (CPE) C or better
    • Advanced (CAE) C or better
    • First (FCE) B or better

You have to send your results to UiT the Actctic University of Norway via the Cambridge English Candidate Results Website. You must also upload Statement of Results to the application portal.

The following education gives exemption from submitting an English test:

  • completed a minimum of one year of upper secondary school or one year university studies taught in English in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Great Britain or the USA. The place of instruction must have been in one of these countries and the language of instruction must have been English.
  • a complete or incomplete university degree in English language and literature, with at least 60 ECTS in the subject English.
  • completed an English language Masters' degree' where the language of instruction was English. Applicants with higher education from China, Bangladesh, Iran, Nepal, India, Pakistan, Myanmar and Sri Lanka MUST document proof English test regardless of whether the medium of instruction is in English. Only applicants who have completed university education where the subject English (for example, a full degree in English language and literature) comprised the main component of the course of study (at least 60 ECTS or its equivalent) can be exempted.
  • Applicants educated in a country listed with "No" to English test required in the NOKUT GSU list are exempt from the above test requirement. If your country is listed with "Yes" or "Yes 1-4", documentation of English (with a test or education as listed above) is required.
  • Bachelor degree or minimum one year of master studies (60 ECTS) with English as the medium of instruction completed in one of the Nordic countries.

List of Exemptions


Certain applicants are exempted from the requirement of English test in the country list (GSU-list). You can search your country in the list, and get information about the requirements from your country/region/international qualification. For some countries there are some spesific exemptions:

  • Exemption Yes 1) List of European countries with English requirement where English from high school meets the English language requirement
  • Exemption Yes 2) Applicants who have obtained a Bachelor’s degree from the home country with English as the language of instruction are exempted from the test.
  • Exemption Yes 3) Applicants who have passed an A-level examination in English may be exempted.
  • Exemption Yes 4) The English language requirement is satisfied if you have English as "language 1" or "language 2" in your EB diploma

Please also see our list under each level of study of approved education which exempts students from submitting an english test.

Please upload one of the following:

- Valid international passport

- Family passport

- National identity card issued by a EEA or EFTA country

- Norwegian refugee travel document

- Norwegian immigrant’s passport

The uploaded ID document must be made from the page of the document that contains your full name, date of birth and photography.



If you are completing your current degree after the application deadline and do not need a visa to come to Norway, you may be granted conditional admission to open master`s degree programs according to Regulations concerning admission to UiT The Arctic University of Norway section 14. 

Upload the following documentation within the application deadline:

-  your completed higher education up until the application deadline for your program documented by a transcript of records
-  an overview of courses you have registered for the last semester and when they are expected to be completed

Your Bachelor Diploma must be submitted as soon as possible, at the latest by the end of the first semester as a student.

Please note that other documents supporting your application must be submitted by the application deadline.



Thank you for your interest!

We are so glad you are considering applying to UiT. To get started on the path of joining our northernmost university, please carefully review our formal admission requirements before applying.

 

Bachelors degree or equivalent


Bachelor's degree diploma or equivalent

In order to be eligible for master's programs at UiT the Arctic University of Norway, you need to document a bachelor's degree of minimum three years. Depending on where you completed upper secondary education, you may be required to have more than three years of university education to be eligible for international admissions. Please see the NOKUT GSU list.

You must scan and upload your official bachelor's degree certificate and academic transcript. Please include transcripts for exchange semesters or transfer credits.

Official documents issued in a different language than English or Scandinavian language must be translated into Norwegian or English.

Upload the original documents together with the translated versions.

Name the pdf.-files "Bachelor" and "Bachelortranscr".

Accredited institution


We use World Higher Education Database – WHED to search online whether the applicant's education is taken at an accredited institution of higher education

Average grade requirements


Average grade requirements

  • Degrees issued in Norway, Europe, Canada, USA, Australia & New Zealand: An average grade C is the minimum requirement, or the corresponding numerical mark/percentage score to be eligible for admission to master's level study programmes. degree issued in Norway is the minimum requirement for admission to the master’s level.
  • Degrees issued in other than the above-mentioned countries: An average grade B as a minimum requirement, or the corresponding numerical mark/percentage score to be eligible for admission to master's level study programmes.

- Curriculum Vitae/Resume

Should include personal information such as address, email address and phone number.

- Proof of name change
The information in this paragraph only applies if you have changed your name.

If the original proof of name change was not issued in Norwegian, Danish, Swedish or English you must also upload a copy of a translation into one of those languages.

Valid documents for proof of name change:

- Marriage certificate (Norwegian or foreign) that contains both your old and new name.

- Divorce certificate (Norwegian or foreign) that contains both your old and new name.

- Confirmation of name change issued by the National Population Registry (in Norwegian).

- Completion/fullfilment documentation (applicable to certain countries.)
Please consult with your university to see whether such documentation is required for the completion of your degree.

- Statement of purpose/Motivational letter

Only for programs that specifically requires this document



If you reside in a country from outside the European Union, or the Schengen area, you must submit your application as an international applicant. Even if you meet the Norwegian language requirements, you must apply as an international applicant for visa reasons. Students from outside this area, need a student visa to study in Norway. 

Not sure which applicant category you belong to? See our guide Are you an international applicant?



UiT the Arctic University of Norway offers three one-year study programs taught in English. One of them is an on-line course. See our one-year programs for international applicants here. You can apply for up to three priorities within bachelor's degrees and short programs. 

You can apply here to our short programs



UiT the Arctic University of Norway offers two bachelor's programs taught in English. See our bachelor degrees for international applicants here. You can apply for up to three priorities within bachelor's degrees and short programs. It is not possible to change or add study options after the application deadline. 

You can apply here to our bachelor programs



UiT the Arctic University of Norway offers around 27 master's programs taught in English. Many of the science programs offer different specializations. See our list of master programs for international applicants here.

You can apply here to our master programs



Higher Education Entrance Qualification is the general basis for admission to universities and university colleges in Norway.
For applicants with foreign basic education, the requirements for secondary school education, English proficiency and/or additional year(s) of higher education are specified in the Country list (GSU-list). 

This admission requirement is absolute for all applicants that wish to study in Norway, whether it is short programs, bachelor's or master's level.

Scan and upload your official certificate/diploma and transcripts documenting that you have completed your upper secondary education. Upload the original documents together with the translated versions.

Official documents issued in a different language than English or Scandinavian language must be translated into Norwegian or English.

Upload the original documents together with the translated versions. Name the pdf.-file "Secondary".

See the general requirements here.



Please see the guide below how to meet the English requirements for each level of study. Exemptions from the English test apply to limited cases.

There are no preparatory courses in English available at our University.

Short programs


Proof of English proficiency can be documented by using one of the following tests. We do not accept tests that are older than two years on the date of the application deadline.

Proof of English proficiency must be submitted with your application by the application deadline. Name the uploded pdf.-file "English".

  • Completed and passed English course (140 hours per year / 5 hours per week) at the Norwegian upper secondary school
  • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) with a minimum score of 60 for an internet-based test (TOEFL iBT  / TOEFL iBT Home Edition) or 500 for a paper-based test (PBT). We do not accept TOEFL MyBest Score to meet our English language requirements. Make sure to give UiT The Arctic University of Norway access to your verify your score report: Our Institutional code is 0742. Also uplod a copy of your test result.
  • IELTS - Academic test: International English Language Testing Service (IELTS) Academic with a minimum of 5.0 points or higher. You must upload the official copy of your test result, which we will verify online. Make sure the TRF-number is clearly visible in the uploded copy. 
  • Pearson PTE Academic test with a minimum score of 51 points
  • Cambridge Assessment English exams
    • Proficiency (CPE) 
    • Advanced (CAE) 
    • First (FCE) 

You have to send your results to UiT the Actctic University of Norway via the Cambridge English Candidate Results Website. You must also upload Statement of Results to the application portal.

The following education gives exemption from submitting an English test:

  • Completed a minimum of one year of upper secondary school or one year university studies taught in English in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Great Britain or the USA. The place of instruction must have been in one of these countries and the language of instruction must have been English. 
  • A complete or incomplete university degree in English language and literature, with at least 60 ECTS in the subject English.
  • Completed an English language Masters' degree' where the language of instruction was English. 
  • Applicants educated in a country listed with "No" to English test required in the NOKUT GSU list are exempt from the above test requirement. If your country is listed with "Yes" or "Yes 1-4", documentation of English (with a test or education as listed above) is required.
  • In exceptional cases applicants may provide proof of English proficiency in other ways

Bachelors level


Proof of English proficiency can be documented by using one of the following tests. We do not accept tests that are older than two years on the date of the application deadline.

Proof of English proficiency must be submitted with your application by the application deadline. Name the uploded pdf.-file "English".

  • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) with a minimum score of 80 for an internet-based test (TOEFL iBT  / TOEFL iBT Home Edition) or 550 for a paper-based test (PBT). We do not accept TOEFL MyBest Score to meet our English language requirements. Make sure to give UiT The Arctic University of Norway access to your verify your score report: Our Institutional code is 0742. Also uplod a copy of your test result.
  • IELTS - Academic test: International English Language Testing Service (IELTS) Academic with a minimum of 6.0 points or higher. You must upload the official copy of your test result, which we will verify online. Make sure the TRF-number is clearly visible in the uploded copy. 
  • Pearson PTE Academic test with a minimum score of 59 points
  • Cambridge Assessment English exams
    • Proficiency (CPE) C or better
    • Advanced (CAE) C or better
    • First (FCE) B or better

You have to send your results to UiT the Actctic University of Norway via the Cambridge English Candidate Results Website. You must also upload Statement of Results to the application portal.

The following education gives exemption from submitting an English test:

  • completed a minimum of one year of upper secondary school or one year university studies taught in English in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Great Britain or the USA. The place of instruction must have been in one of these countries and the language of instruction must have been English. 
  • a complete or incomplete university degree in English language and literature, with at least 60 ECTS in the subject English.
  • completed an English language Masters' degree' where the language of instruction was English. Applicants with higher education from China, Bangladesh, Iran, Nepal, India, Pakistan, Myanmar and Sri Lanka MUST document proof English test regardless of whether the medium of instruction is in English. Only applicants who have completed university education where the subject English (for example, a full degree in English language and literature) comprised the main component of the course of study (at least 60 ECTS or its equivalent) can be exempted.
  • Applicants educated in a country listed with "No" to English test required in the NOKUT GSU list are exempt from the above test requirement. If your country is listed with "Yes" or "Yes 1-4", documentation of English (with a test or education as listed above) is required.

Masters level


Proof of English proficiency can be documented by using one of the following tests. We do not accept tests that are older than two years by our application deadline.

Proof of English proficiency must be submitted with your application by the application deadline. Name the uploded pdf.-file "English".

  • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) with a minimum score of 85 for an internet-based test (TOEFL iBT  / TOEFL iBT Home Edition) or 580 for a paper-based test (PBT). We do not accept TOEFL MyBest Score to meet our English language requirements. Make sure to give UiT The Arctic University of Norway access to your verify your score report: Our Institutional code is 0742. Also uplod a copy of your test result.
  • IELTS - Academic test: International English Language Testing Service (IELTS) Academic with a minimum of 6.5 points or higher. You must upload the official copy of your test result, which we will verify online. Make sure the TRF-number is clearly visible in the uploded copy. 
  • Pearson PTE Academic test with a minimum score of 62 points
  • Cambridge Assessment English exams
    • Proficiency (CPE) C or better
    • Advanced (CAE) C or better
    • First (FCE) B or better

You have to send your results to UiT the Actctic University of Norway via the Cambridge English Candidate Results Website. You must also upload Statement of Results to the application portal.

The following education gives exemption from submitting an English test:

  • completed a minimum of one year of upper secondary school or one year university studies taught in English in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Great Britain or the USA. The place of instruction must have been in one of these countries and the language of instruction must have been English. 
  • a complete or incomplete university degree in English language and literature, with at least 60 ECTS in the subject English.
  • completed an English language Masters' degree' where the language of instruction was English. Applicants with higher education from China, Bangladesh, Iran, Nepal, India, Pakistan, Myanmar and Sri Lanka MUST document proof English test regardless of whether the medium of instruction is in English. Only applicants who have completed university education where the subject English (for example, a full degree in English language and literature) comprised the main component of the course of study (at least 60 ECTS or its equivalent) can be exempted.
  • Applicants educated in a country listed with "No" to English test required in the NOKUT GSU list are exempt from the above test requirement. If your country is listed with "Yes" or "Yes 1-4", documentation of English (with a test or education as listed above) is required.
  • Bachelor degree or minimum one year of master studies (60 ECTS) with English as the medium of instruction completed in one of the Nordic countries

List of Exemptions


Certain applicants are exempted from the requirement of English test in the country list (GSU-list). You can search your country in the list, and get information about the requirements from your country/region/international qualification. For some countries there are some spesific exemptions:

  • Exemption Yes 1) List of European countries with English requirement where English from high school meets the English language requirement
  • Exemption Yes 2) Applicants who have obtained a Bachelor’s degree from the home country with English as the language of instruction are exempted from the test.
  • Exemption Yes 3) Applicants who have passed an A-level examination in English may be exempted.
  • Exemption Yes 4) The English language requirement is satisfied if you have English as "language 1" or "language 2" in your EB diploma.

Please also see our list under each level of study of approved education which exempts students from submitting an english test.

Please upload one of the following:

- Valid international passport

- Family passport

National identity card issued by a EEA or EFTA country

- Norwegian refugee travel document

- Norwegian immigrant’s passport

The uploaded ID document must be made from the page of the document that contains your full name, date of birth and photography.



Conditional admission is not possible for applicants that must apply for student visa, as this might not be accepted by UDI when you apply for student visa. 

A complete degree diploma must be submitted by the application deadline. We do not accept provisional certificates.



Thank you for your interest!

We are so glad you are considering applying to UiT. To get started on the path of joining our northernmost university, please carefully review our formal admission requirements before applying.

Bachelors degree or equivalent


Bachelor's degree diploma or equivalent

In order to be eligible for master's programs at UiT the Arctic University of Norway, you need to document a bachelor's degree of minimum three years. Depending on where you completed upper secondary education, you may be required to have more than three years of university education to be eligible for international admissions. Please see the NOKUT GSU list.

You must scan and upload your official bachelor's degree certificate and academic transcript. Please include transcripts for exchange semesters or transfer credits.

Official documents issued in a different language than English or Scandinavian language must be translated into Norwegian or English.

Upload the original documents together with the translated versions.

Name the pdf.-files "Bachelor" and "Bachelortranscr".

Accredited institution


We use World Higher Education Database – WHED to search online whether the applicant's education is taken at an accredited institution of higher education

Average grade requirements


Average grade requirements - admission to master's degrees. 

We require all transcripts from your bachelor’s degree, including transcripts of grades from exchange or study abroad semesters together with an explanation of the grading system from the issuing institution (also known as diploma supplement).

Average grade requirements

  • Degrees issued in Norway, Europe, Canada, USA, Australia & New Zealand: An average grade C is the minimum requirement, or the corresponding numerical mark/percentage score to be eligible for admission to master's level study programmes. degree issued in Norway is the minimum requirement for admission to the master’s level.
  • Degrees issued in other than the above-mentioned countries: An average grade B as a minimum requirement, or the corresponding numerical mark/percentage score to be eligible for admission to master's level study programmes.

 Average grade requirement for certain countries:

The following guidelines are used for certain countries when evaluating the minimum grade requirements established for admission to master's degree programmes at UiT:

  • Scales of 1-10 or percentage grades: scales vary by country. However, the required minimum average is generally 7,5-8,5 or 75%-85%.
  • Bachelor's degrees from Cameroon (English-speaking part): 3,0 of 4,0 (60%) or higher
  • Bachelor's degrees from Cameroon (French-speaking part): 14 of 20 or higher (mention Bien or better)
  • Bachelor's degrees from China: 75% or higher
  • Bachelor's degrees from Iran: 14-15 or higher
  • Bachelor's degrees from Egypt: 75% or higher
  • Bachelor's degrees from Ghana: Second class upp or higher
  • Bachelor's degrees from India: 3,00 of 4, 00 (75%) or higher
  • Bachelor's degrees from Pakistan: 65% or higher
  • Bachelor's degrees from Nepal: 65% or higher (merit or first distinction)
  • Bachelor's degrees from Nigeria: 65% or higher (upper second class or higher)
  • Bachelor's degrees from Russian Federation: 4 or higher (Khorosho (Good) or higher)

 For more information about general recognition of foreign education in Norway, please see NOKUT’s criteria for general recognition of foreign higher education.

The Admission Office at UiT verifies uploaded bachelor's degree diploma/transcipt with the issuing school/institution. If we are unable to verify your qualifications, you will not be offered admission. Please see our list below for requirements for applicants from Afganistan, Congo DRC, Iraq, Liberia, Libya,Sierra Leone,Somalia, Yemen, Cameroon, China, Ethiopia, Iran, Nepal, Nigeria, Academic qualifications issued by the Western African or Nigerian Examination Council, Pakistan, Russia, Ukraine, United Kingdom and USA.

Afganistan, Congo DRC, Iraq, Liberia, Libya,Sierra Leone,Somalia, Yemen

Applicants with hgher education qualifications from these countries must apply to NOKUT (Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education) for general recognition of foreign higher education first.

 

Higher education from Cameroon:

Your bachelor's transcript of record and certificate of graduation must be submitted with an official verification report/statement signed and sent in a sealed envelope by the registrar of your university to UiT. The transcripts of record must show when the degree was conferred.

Cameroonian students please send the required documents by regular mail to:

International Admissions
UiT The Arctic University of Norway
PO Box 6050 Langnes
N-9037 Tromsø
Norway

Academic Qualifications from China

Verification from CDGDC or CHESI

 All Degree Certificates, (学位证书) must be verified by China Academic Degree & Graduate Education Information Centre (CDGDC) OR China Higher Education Student Information & career Centre (CHESI). For educations finished before 2002: The verification report from CDGDC or CHSI will be sent to you, and you must upload on the Application Web. For educations finished after 2002: The verification report from CDGDC or CHSI will be sent directly to our university.

Higher education from Ethiopia

Ethiopian students you can send your transcript of records by regular mail to:

International Admissions
UiT The Arctic University of Norway
PO Box 6050 Langnes
N-9037 Tromsø
Norway

 Higher education from Iran

Translation to English of your diploma/degree certificate and transcript of academic records must be done by Official Translators of the Justice Administration in Iran.

Higher education from Nepal

Copies of the final degree certificate and transcripts must be officially certified by the awarding institution:

 -T.U Board

- H.S.E.B Board

- S.L.C Board

- National Examinations Board

- Ministry of Education, Science and Technology

Provisional certificates, character certificates or other certificates are not accepted

Higher education from Nigeria

Your bachelor's transcript of record and certificate of graduation must be submitted with an official verification report/statement signed and sent in a sealed envelope by the registrar of your university to UiT. The transcripts of record must show when the degree was conferred.

Please send the required documents by regular mail to:

International Admissions
UiT The Arctic University of Norway
PO Box 6050 Langnes
N-9037 Tromsø
Norway

Academic qualifications issued by the Western African or Nigerian Examination Council 

Applicants from Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and the Gambia must upload your WAEC or NECO Result Checker (Scratch Card) for verification purposes.

  • West African Examinations Council (WAEC)
  • National Examination Council (NECO - Nigeria)

 Academic Qualifications from Pakistan

You must verify your uploaded educational credentials at the Higher Education Commission in Pakistan (HEC Stamp).

Academic qualifications from Russia

Educational documents issued after 2011 must be verified (apostilled) by Rosobrnadzor.

 Academic qualifications from Ukraine

Educational documents on higher education must be verified (apostilled) by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.

Higher academic qualifications from the United Kingdom

Your final degree diploma and transcripts of record must be conferred and issued by an institution listed as Recognised body.

Higher education rom the United States of America

US students can order your transcripts from the awarding institution to be sent electronically to admission@uit.no.



International students from outisde EU/EEA must have access to enough funds to pay for own living expenses for at least one academic year. If admitted, these funds must be transferred to a student deposit account in Norway to apply for student visa.

EU/EEA citizens, and citizens in the Schengen area are exempted from the requirement for proof of financial ability.

If financial ability is not documented, the application for admission will be rejected, regardless of academic qualifications.

Who must document financial ability?

- International applicants (citizens of countries outside the EU/EEA) who do not already have a residence permit in Norway, MUST document proof of financial ability. This also includes UK citizens.

- Foreign applicants residing in Norway on work visa, Protection (Refugee Status), Permanent Residency or long-term Marriage/Family visa: please upload a copy of your Residence Permit as proof of financial ability.

- Norwegian citizens: you are exempted from documenting proof of financial ability. Please upload a copy of your Norwegian passport as proof of citisenship.


How much is required?

NOK 126 357* or its equivalent in foreign currency as proof of financial ability for at least one academic year (2 academic semesters).

The amount applicants are currently required to document is to meet the requirement from The Norwegian Directorate of Immigration (UDI) when applying for a Study Permit (student visa).

*The required amount is subject to change by April each year.


Required documentation

- Documentation of financial ability should not be older than three months at the time of the application, and must be uploaded to the application web within the application deadline.

Financial ability can be documented with one of the following documents:

- Self-funded applicants: Please upload your recent official bank statement/transcript in your name showing possession of the required amount of money.

- Sponsored applicants: If you are sponsored by another person, you must document:

1 sponsor's guarantee letter (the sponsor must state in the letter that he/she is willing to transfer the required amount to the student deposit.

2 sponsor´s recent official bank statement/transcript.

- Applicants with scholarships or student loan: Please upload the official letter confirming that you are eligible for a scholarship/student loan sufficient of the required amount from the funding or educational authorities in your home country.

Who can sponsor you?

A sponsor is a relative/employer/friend (self-funded applicants) or an organisation (applicants with loan/scholarships from home country) who are willing to finance your living costs during your studies.

Please note that UiT cannot help you find a sponsor or scholarships.

A guarantee from a sponsor is:

- A letter in which the sponsor states that he/she will guarantee that the required amount of funding will be at the disposal of the student during the whole academic duration in the student deposit account in Norway. The letter should include: sponsor's full name, the applicant's name, sponsor's signature, sponsor's postal address/email address

OR

An official and notorized letter from a governmental or private agency confirming that you are eligible for a scholarship/student loan sufficient to the required amount from the educational or funding authorities in your home country.

What is the student visa deposit?

The Arctic Student Welfare Organization of Norway, associated with UiT The Arctic University of Norway, has opened a deposit account in Danske Bank for foreign students. Here you can deposit the required amount of money. You will have access to your money after arriving in Norway through a prepaid card (cash card) until you receive a National Identification Number to open your own Norwegian bank account. The deposit will only be transferred to your Norwegian account or to your cash card.



Curriculum Vitae/Resume

Should include personal information such as address, email address and phone number.

Proof of name change
The information in this paragraph only applies if you have changed your name.

If the original proof of name change was not issued in Norwegian, Danish, Swedish or English you must also upload a copy of a translation into one of those languages.

Valid documents for proof of name change:

- Marriage certificate (Norwegian or foreign) that contains both your old and new name.

- Divorce certificate (Norwegian or foreign) that contains both your old and new name.

- Confirmation of name change issued by the National Population Registry (in Norwegian).

- Statement of purpose/Motivational letter

Only for programs that specifically requires this document



Congratulations on your offer of admission.
We are happy to welcome you as a UiT student at our campuses in Tromsø, Alta, Narvik, Harstad and Svalbard. We want to help you every step of the way. The following information explains the next steps in the process of becoming a member of our learning and social community at UiT the Arctic University of Norway.
Please take a few minutes to carefully review all of the information on this site, which is intended to make your transition to UiT as smooth as possible.



1: Log into your account on the Application Web to accept your offer within the acceptanse deadline.
2: You are required to bring your original academic credentials (transcripts, diploma & certificate of graduation) when coming to Norway so these may be verified by the International Office. NB: If any of the documents are incorrect, your admission will be revoked.



Please follow the steps in the Enrollment checklist to register as a student at UiT.



Student visa (only admitted students): Apply for student visa to enter Norway for studies. Please apply for student visa as soon as possible, to be sure that your application is processed in time for the semester start.

After arriving to Norway, you must register at the local police station within seven days.

What to do before visiting the police station
Log on to UDI's Application Portal and make a "follow-up"- appointment with the police.

What to bring when you meet with the police
- Your offer of admission from UiT

- Your housing contract (tenancy agreement)

- Your address in Norway with the postal code (see your tenancy agreement)

- The housing code (see your tenancy agreement)

- Your visa letter from UDI

- Your passport

Health Insurance

The Norwegian national identity number is used in many contexts in Norway, including in communication with public authorities, banks and telephone service providers, and for a variety of subscription services. You should therefore apply for a Norwegian Identity number shortly after arriving in Norway. National Identity numbers are issued by the Norwegian Tax Administration to all persons residing in Norway.

Foreigners intending to stay in Norway for less than six months are issued a temporary national identity number (D number). Your national identity number or D number will appear on your tax deduction card.



Non-EU/EEA students must transfer their proof of financial ability into the Student Deposit account. Once the deposit is received, a Confirmation of Deposit will be issued to apply for Student Visa (Study Permit). Only visa-seeking students will be guaranteed housing in the priority housing list to fulfill the requirements for Study Permit to enter Norway for studies.

How to transfer your funds to the student deposit account? 

The deadline to transfer your funds is June 1st. 



Master, Bachelor & onsite One-Year programme students must apply for housing as soon as you have received your offer of admission. 

Non-EU/EEA students has priority when housing is granted. 

Here you will find all the information you need on housing, and how to apply. 

If you have any questions regarding housing please contact the Student Welfare Organization directly.



Norway's Arctic Student Welfare Organisation contributes to a fun, safe and healthy student life.



The academic year in Norway normally lasts for 10 months and runs from August to June. Here you will find the academic calendar for UiT the Arctic University of Norway.



When you are accepted as a student at one of our degree programs, you can contact the student adviser if you have any questions regarding your studies. Contact information is listed on the programs information site. Find your program here. 



The Norwegian Directorate of Norwegian Immigration (UDI) requires that that you either apply for a Study Permit (Non-EU) or register with the Police if you are staying more than three months in Norway (EU/EEA/Swiss citizens). 

After arriving to Norway, you must register at the local police station within seven days.

What to do before visiting the police station
Log on to UDI's Application Portal and make a "follow-up"- appointment with the police.

What to bring when you meet with the police
- Your offer of admission from UiT

- Your housing contract (tenancy agreement)

- Your address in Norway with the postal code (see your tenancy agreement)

- The housing code (see your tenancy agreement)

- Your passport

- Health Insurance

The Norwegian national identity number is used in many contexts in Norway, including in communication with public authorities, banks and telephone service providers, and for a variety of subscription services. You should therefore apply for a Norwegian Identity number shortly after arriving in Norway. National Identity numbers are issued by the Norwegian Tax Administration to all persons residing in Norway.

Foreigners intending to stay in Norway for less than six months are issued a temporary national identity number (D number). Your national identity number or D number will appear on your tax deduction card.



UiT offers all students a distinct advantage over many universities around the world: there are NO tuition fees for international students to study in Norway.
All students are required to pay a semester fee of NOK 625 per semester to The Arctic Student Welfare Organisation. The payment of this semester fee will allow you to register for classes, sit examinations, access student counselling, gain membership in student organisations and receive a student card. The latter entitles you to reduced fares on public transport and reduced ticket prices to various cultural events, etc.



Practical matters of beeing a new student in a foreign country. 



Here you will find information on the University library. Please note that a new and updated site in English will be published soon. 



Our housing guarantee (as stated in your Letter for Visa Purposes) applies ONLY to single rooms NOT family flat studios. If you intend to apply for a family appartment, you must notify the Housing Department.

Requirements for family reunification set by the Norwegian Directorate of Immigration (UDI) is that you can provide for your family financially. Moreover, a confirmation of appropriate family accommodation in Norway is needed. For detailed information about the requirements, please visit the UDI website.

The Arctic Student Welfare Organisation of Norway runs several kindergartens for students’ children aged 0-6. Kindergarten fees in Norway are not covered by the state. However, at the Student Welfare Organisation's kindergardens, students may apply to pay reduced parental fees. Sibling discounts are offered if you have more than one child.



Norwegian universities are very strict about plagiarism, sources and referencing. Consequently, during the orientation week all new students are required to attend a lecture about infomation literacy and plagiarism. 

Mandatory course on information literacy



Study in Norway? There are many good reasons to chose UiT the Arctic University of Norway. We offer a broad specter of English taught programs

If you do not find the program you are looking for in the English study catalouge, the program might be available in Norwegian. 

Next application period for international students: 1 October to 1 December 2021. Register your application here.

Privacy policy for the Common Student System (FS) at UiT the Arctic University of Norway



All documents must be submitted online:

All required original documents must be uploaded electronically as PDF-file on the Application Web. Please do not send documents by E-mail or post unless explicitly requested by us.

Notice: We do not accept application(s) from private recruitment agents. We strongly recommend that you upload your documents yourself, use your own e-mail address when registering your application and correspond directly with us with respect to your application.

Manage your application

 - There are no fees for submitting your documents on the Application Web.

 - There is no submit button.

Our application portal is based on self-service. We therefore gently pledge our students to exercize some independant judgment and effort by reading the email(s) that you have received and the information on our website concerning which documents you are required to upload within the specified deadlines. The ultimate responsibility rest on the applicant himself or herself when it comes to manage his or her own application and uploading all required documentation within the specified deadlines.

Notice

Incomplete applications will be rejected regardless of academic qualifications.

Qualification attestation

- Original transcripts and graduation certificates/diplomas must be signed and stamped by the issuing institution before scanning them into PDF.-files for upload.

- Original transcripts and graduation certificates/diplomas must be verifed and attested for authenticiy by a Public Notary in your country. In some countries the attestation is performed by specialized governemental bodies such as HEC in Pakistan or CDGDC and CHESICC in China. The attestion process is perfomed in some countries by the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, or an authorized Central Examiniation Body. Please inquire carefully in your home country.

Countries with specific documentation requirements

List of countries with specific documentation requirements

Translations: 

Upload the original documents together with the translated versions.

 Official documents (*) issued in a different language than English or one of the Nordic languages (Danish, Norwegian & Swedish), must be translated into Norwegian or English. The translation must be done by the educational institution or a government-authorised translator. It must be apparent in the document which individual has done the translation with an official seal/stamp. Notice: If the submitted translations are not good enough, we reserve the right to ask for new and official translations. Please do not attempt to translate official documents by yourself. It is considered a fraudulent act.

Upload only what is requested:

Unrequested documents will not be taken into consideration and only complicate/delay the evaluation of your application. Notice: Please DO NOT upload Certificate of Character, National Military Service, Community Service Awards, etc. 

Documents must be in PDF.-format. Scan your original documents and convert them to PDF (Portable Document Format) files before upload. Scan the translations together with their originals into a single PDF file.

Documents must be legible:

Scanned original documents must be clear and legible. They must appear ‘right-side up’. Applications containing illegible documents will be rejected.

Naming of PDF-files:

Please name your PDF file correctly. We have listed some PDF-file names in our guide. Other examples: "proof of financial ability", "Passport", "EU ID Card", etc.

Documents consisting of several pages must be in one PDF-file:

Documents consisting of several pages must be scanned together into one document.

Do not upload documents as Image or Zip files:

Do not upload your documents as picture/image files (PNG, JPG, etc.), ZIP or RAR files!. Such files are easily corruptible after upload, which make them difficult to open during the application assessment.

Checking your application status

You can log into your application profile via the Application Web (Søknadsweb). Make sure to remember your login e-mail (username) and your password. Documents uploaded after the deadline are not accepted.

Confirmation of receipt

Confirmations of receipt will be sent automatically to your E-mail for each uploaded document.

Use your e-mail (username) and password to log into your account on the Application Web (Søknadsweb). It is your responsibility to make sure that all required documents are uploaded correctly.

NB! Please note that we do not have the capacity to confirm receipt of your application until they have been registered. We will not reply to e-mails regarding the receipt of the applications during the evaluation period.

Submitting English test within the deadline:

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 to submitted within the specified deadlines.

Disclaimer:

You are liable for that the document that you have uploaded, i.e. that they represent accurate and unaltered information.

Warning:

Wrongful or misleading information may lead to dismissal and loss of right to study. Submission of fraudulent documents is illegal, and will be reported to the appropriate authorities.

Verification of credentials:

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.

Retention of application records:

UiT retains materials that support admission from one year after the first registration to five years after last activity on the student record, depending on the type of document. Please make sure to submit verified copies of your originals instead of submitting irreplaceable material to support your application.



For most of our English taught programs the application deadline is December 1st for international applicants. For nordic applicants the application deadline to the same progams are April 15th. 

For a few of our English taught programs the application deadline is March 1st. 

To find the spesific application deadline to your program, please view our study catalouge.

The deadline to submit all required documents is the same as the application deadline for the program. 



1. If you are a resident in a non-EU/EEA country, you are an international applicant. 

2. If you are a resident in an EU/EEA country, and does not meet the Norwegian language requirements, you are an international applicant. 

3. If you are a resident in an EU/EEA country, and meet the Norwegian language requirements, you can apply as a nordic applicant.

4. Applicants from a nordic country can apply as a nordic applicant as long at the Norwegian language requirements are met. 

Countries in the EU/EEA (list of countries in Schengen area)



Norway is one of the leading countries conforming to the guidelines from the Bologna Process in European higher education. The degree system based on the Bachelor's, Master's and PhD structure has been successfully implemented, together with the ECTS credit system.

ECTS Credit system


UiT The Arctic University of Norway uses a system of credits (studiepoeng) for measuring study activities, considered equivalent to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS). 60 ECTS credits (studiepoeng) are allocated to the workload of a full year of academic study, equivalent to 1500-1800 hours of study. 30 ECTS credits are normally allocated to one semester’s full-time study. Each course unit has a workload of 3 - 30 credits (ECTS). The academic year normally lasts for 10 months and runs from August to June.

The Norwegian term is "studiepoeng". 1 ECTS = 1 studiepoeng.

The workload of each course is based on an estimate of the total time required for completing studies and exams (lectures, seminars, readings, individual preparation etc.). There is no exact national or institutional standard for measuring of workload. Workload estimates are based on custom and tradition within each academic field.

Degree structure


All degrees require, at minimum, that international students meet the Higher Education Entrance Qualifications for foreign applicants. 

Short programmes at UiT is awarded after one year of full-time study (60 ECTS)

The bachelor's degree at UiT is awarded after three years of full-time study (180 ECTS).

The master's degree is normally obtained after two years of study (120 ECTS) or (90 ECTS), following the completion of a bachelor’s degree. A master’s degree programme includes independent work (normally a thesis) of between 30 and 60 ECTS.

The Doctoral degree Philosophiae Doctor is normally obtained after three or four years of study, following the completion of master’s degree programme or a professional degree/programme. You will find more information on PhD programs here.

Assessment methods


A number of assessment methods are in use at UiT. The most common of which are written examinations, oral examinations, portfolio assessments, home examinations/assignments and joint project papers written in collaboration with fellow students.

The written and oral examinations set at the university last from one to eight hours. The different assignments and papers to take home vary from a work period of a couple of days to a whole semester. The course lecturer will provide supervision during the work period.

Examinations at UiT

Grading system


Grades for undergraduate and postgraduate examinations at UiT are awarded according to a graded scale from A (highest) to F (lowest), with E as the minimum pass grade. In contrast to the ECTS grading scale, which is a convertion table, the Norwegian scale is qualitative rather than quantitative. However, it is expected that the distribution of grades along qualitative criteria will vary only slightly from the quantitative ECTS grades, given a large number of examinations and in a time span of 3-5 years. The qualitative grades are awarded according to the following criteria:

Grade Description Evaluation criteria
A Excellent An excellent performance, clearly outstanding. The candidate demonstrates excellent judgement and a high degree of independent thinking.
B Very good A very good performance. The candidate demonstrates sound judgement and a very good degree of independent thinking.
C Good A good performance in most areas. The candidate demonstrates a reasonable degree of judgement and independent thinking in the most important areas.
D Satisfactory A satisfactory performance, but with significant shortcomings. The candidate demonstrates a limited degree of judgement and independent thinking.
E Sufficient A performance that meets the minimum criteria, but no more. The candidate demonstrates a very limited degree of judgement and independent thinking.
F Fail A performance that does not meet the minimum academic criteria. The candidate demonstrates an absence of both judgement and independent thinking.

 

For some examinations a pass/fail grade is given. There is no transfer of grades from one grading scale to the other. 

Diploma/transcript and supplements


Upon graduation every student receives automatically and free of charge a Diploma, a Transcript of Records and a Diploma Supplement. The Diploma Supplement is issued in English.

The Diploma Supplement is useful when applying for jobs or recognition of qualifications, as well as in connection with further studies abroad. Please note that the Diploma Supplement is only a supplement to the diploma, concerning one specific degree obtained by one individual graduate. This is valid only together with the specific diploma.

For further information on the history, goals and implementation of the Diploma Supplement in Europe and Norway, please see: Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education (NOKUT).

9 great reasons to choose UiT the Arctic University of Norway:

1- UiT is truly arctic.
UiT is the northernmost university of the world. Our location on the edge of the Arctic implies a mission. The Arctic is of increasing global importance - climate change, the exploitation of Arctic resources and environmental threats are topics of great public concern, and which UiT takes special interest in.

2- No tuition fees.
UiT offers all students a distinct advantage over many universities around the world: there are no tuition fees for international students to study at UiT in Norway.

3- Student life at UiT.
By making the most of the opportunities at UiT, you can create the best student experience for you, and reach your full potential through academic support, sporting clubs and our various student organisations on our campuses.

4- Study in English at UiT.
Recent years have seen a surge in the number of international students wanting to study at UiT. One of the reasons for this solid reputation comes from the fact that UiT offers a variety of courses and programmes in English. Consequently, admission does not require proof of Norwegian skills.

5- Building bridges.
Building bridges through internationalisation at home and abraod. International cooperation is a precondition in order for UiT to offer outstanding education and world-leading research for students, trainees, researchers, academic groups and staff from our partner universities.

6- Research intensive & high quality learning environment.
Our central location in the High North, our broad and diverse research and study portfolio, and our interdisciplinary qualities make us uniquely suited to meet the challenges of the future. As a student at UiT, you learn from teachers who are proud to make their mark on the subject they teach in a favourable teacher-student ratio of 1:8.

7- Urban life - wild nature.
The Arctic Adventurer - Do you have it in you?

We have various stunning places of study in Alta, Harstad, Narvik, Tromsø and Svalbard. Explore the locations to discover what each one has to offer, from programmes, adventure, music and art to nightlife and activities.

8- Student accommodation.
The Arctic Student Welfare Organisation has some of the best and affordable accommodation and catering facilities at UiT, providing a perfect base for your studies and a place to relax with friends.

9- Student support services.
At UiT, we offer our international students special treats that include among others: comprehensive orientation programme (Debut WEEK International), priority accommodation, student counselling, social events and various student organisations that cover every interest imaginable.



UiT the Arctic University of Norway has no scholarships to offer to cover your living expenses in Norway unless you already have one before your arrival, or under certain exchange schemes in collaboration with UiT and your home university:

Erasmus +
Nordplus/Nordlys
EEA/Norway grants
Norwegian-Russian Scholarship Scheme
These grants or scholarships are usually awarded automatically to students admitted to the exchange programme through their home institution.

Other Scholarships (You should be aware that these funding opportunities are few and will in most cases not cover the total costs of you stay in Norway):

Study In Norway



If your application is rejected, or if you are put on a waiting list due to limited number of places available, you have the right to ask for grounds of rejection and appeal the decision.


IMPORTANT: It is your responsibility as an applicant to provide all required documents within the deadline. Unless you have received an email from us stating a specific deadline, the deadline to submit any kind of documents is the same as the application deadline for the program. If you fail to provide all required documents within the given deadline, your application will be rejected. Please make sure to check your registered email for any important messages from us after the application deadline. This includes the spam filter in your email account. If the reason for rejecting your application is that you have not provided all required documents within the given deadline, your appeal will be disregarded.


According to the Norwegian Public Administration Act, § 24, you have the right to ask for grounds for the decision. The time limit is three weeks from the day you receive the email with the decision.


If you ask for grounds of rejection or appeal, we will review your application again, to see if there might have been an error when processing your application. If an error has been made, you will receive a new letter with results of your application. If the results of your application are correct, the first rejection is valid.
According to the Norwegian Public Administration Act, § 28, you have the right to appeal the decision. The time limit is three weeks from the day you receive the email with the decision. In case of appeal please specify your reasons for appealing the decision.


NOTE: We will always treat your first response as a question of grounds for the decision. If you receive grounds for the decision, there will be a new deadline to appeal the decision, three weeks from the date you receive the grounds. This is according to the Norwegian Public Administration Act § 29.


An appeal should sent to the admissions office by email. The appeal must be signed by you or your proxy. If your proxy is not an attorney, you must attach a written power of attorney. In your appeal you should give grounds for your appeal in accordance with the Norwegian Public Administration Act § 32.

Contact information: admission@uit.no



Under certain conditions it is possible to apply for "recerved place on a program of study". This is regulated by the Regulations concerning admission to UiT the Arctic University of Norway section 7. 

If you wish to apply for deferred admission you must do this by sending us an email to: admission@hjelp.uit.no no later than 3 weeks after you received your offer of admission. Applications sent after the deadline of 3 weeks will not be considered. 



Singular courses on masters level taught in English is available for applicants within EU/EEA. More information here.

Singular courses on PhD level is available for international applicants (EU/EEA and non-EU/EEA). More information here.



E-mail: admission@uit.no


Telephone: +47 77 64 55 90

(10:00 am - 14:00 pm, Monday - Friday, Norwegian Time)


Post address:

UiT the Arctic University of Norway
Admissions office
Postboks 6050 Langnes
9037 Tromsø
Norway