Incoming exchange students: list of required documents for exchange
LIST OF REQUIRED DOCUMENTS - APPLICATION WEB (SØKNADSWEB)
You must upload the required documentation listed below on the Application Web (Søknadsweb) within 30 April for commencement in the autumn semester and 31 October for commencement in the spring semester.
Please make sure to Scan your original documents and convert them to PDF by using a printer or by downloading Microsoft Lens on your device. We DO NOT accept any documentation by email! 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.
If all relevant documents are not handed in, this may lead to you having to wait longer for an answer or your application being rejected.
COMPLETE LEARNING AGREEMENT
We only accept paper-based Learning Agreement and it should be uploaded to the Application Web in PDF or Microsft Word in a SINGLE file.
ONLINE Learning Agreement (OLA) for Erasmus+ students: you must upload UiT's form first. After your selected courses in UiT's form has been approved, you can send us your OLA.
FINAL SIGNATURE FROM UiT: (1) The Learning Agreement must be signed by yourself and your home university, and (2) upload it to the Application Web (Søknadsweb). (3)You will recieve the FINAL SIGNATURE after the completion of the admission process in June (commencement in the autumn semester) or after 15 November (commencement in the spring semester).
CURRENT TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS (MUST BE IN ENGLISH, NORWEGIAN, DANISH OR SWEDISH)
The transcript of records should include the list of courses for all the semesters that you have completed at your university with or without final grades, including your last semester.
1- Bachelor's transcript of records: if you are selecting courses on bachelor's level. Courses on bachelor's level start with the numbers 1000 to 2000 in the Course Catalogue.
2- Master''s transcript of records: if you are going to select courses on master's level. Courses on master's level start with the numbers 3000 to 4000 in the Course Catalogue.
TRANSCRIPTS MUST BE IN ENGLISH OR IN NORWEGIAN/DANISH/SWEDISH: Transcript of Records (Relevé de notes, Certificato di laurea, Expediente académico & Studienbuch) 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.
ELECTRONIC TRANSCRIPTS: We accept electronically issued transcript of records if they are official and approved by your home university.
GRADE EXPLANATION: Please make sure that your transcript of record contains grade explanation .
INTERNATIONAL PASSPORT (NON-EU CITIZENS) OR ID CARD (EU CITIZENS).
EU/EEA NATIONALS: you can upload a copy of your National ID Card or passport in PDF
NON-EU/EEA NATIONALS: you MUST upload a copy of your International Passport in PDF
Personal and sensitive documentation uploaded on the Application Web is protected by the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
PROOF OF ENGLISH / NORWEGIAN PROFICIENCY
As a rule, you must have a good command of English at least B2 level or C1 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
NORDIC STUDENTS from Finland (including Åland Islands), Denmark (including The Faroe Islands & Greenland), Iceland and Sweden: you DO NOT need to document any proof of English or Norwegian language proficiency if you have studied a Scandinavian language (Danish, Swedish, Norwegian) and English during your upper secondary school education.
Students from universities in Australia, Canada, Ireland , the UK and the USA: you DO NOT need to document any proof of English langauge proficiency if you are a native speaker or studiying primarily in English at your home university.