The Faculty of Biosciences, Fisheries and Economics

The Faculty of Biosciences, Fisheries and Economics (BFE) is the organizational and administrative framework for three departments; Norwegian College of Fishery Science, Department of Arctic and Marine Biology and School of Business and Economics.

Central to BFE's business is the development of multidisciplinary, relevant and cutting-edge expertise in the research and educational programs that are administered. BFE is one of seven faculties at the UiT The Norwegian Arctic University. There are approxinately 500 employees and 3000 students at the faculty, working together for further development of expertise.

Employees at Faculty of Biosciences, Fisheries and Economics:


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UiT is helping to push the exciting field of systems biology

UiT researchers Ines Heiland and Hans Christopher Bernstein are guest editors of a special issue on systems biology, together with a colleague from Ljubljana. The special issue will be published in Cell and Molecular Life Sciences.


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BFE student presents his MSc thesis at AquaNor 2019

Bamidele Theophilus Opeifa presented his master thesis in International Fisheries Management at AquaNor.


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