Admission procedures for international applicants

Master UIT Arctic Norway

How to apply for admission to UiT
Bachelor's, Master's, Short programmes & Singular Courses

Applicant categories:

  1. International applicants: This means all applicants with basic education from outside the Nordic countries,  without advanced Norwegian language or/and basic education from a Nordic country.
  2. Foreign applicants residing in Norway: This category includes all foreign applicants residing in Norway on work visa, Study Permit, Protection (Refugee Status), Permanent Residency and Marriage/Family visa
  3. Nordic applicants: This includes applicants who are nationals of Danemark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
  4. Norwegian applicants: This includes Norwegian citizens with basic education from outisde the Nordic countries.
  5. Freemover/Single Courses applicants: This includes applicants who intend to apply for Singular Courses taught in English or Norwegian.

NB! Please read the information on this website carefully before applying for admissions to UiT. Applying within a wrong category or deadline will result in the rejection of your application.

You can apply as an international applicant within the deadline 1 December if:

  1. You have basic education ( upper/junior and primary school) from outisde the Nordic countries (Denmark, Iceland, Norway and Sweden). This basic entrance requirement is known in Norway as Higher Education Entrance Qualification (Generell studiekompetanse), AND
  2. do NOT have  Proof of Norwegian language proficiency (advanced level)

Please use English to communicate with the International Office: international@uit.no

HOW TO APPLY (International Admissions)

IMPORTANT DATES

  • International Admissions (Programmes taught in English) start: 1 October
  • Deadline (all programmes):: 1 December
  • Deadline (Master in Contemporary Art):: 1 March

You can apply as a local applicant within the deadline 15 April if:

  1. You have basic education ( upper/junior and primary school) from a Nordic country (Denmark, Iceland, Norway and Sweden). The basic entrance requirement is known in Norway as Higher Education Entrance Qualification (Generell studiekompetanse), AND
  2. do have  Proof of Norwegian language proficiency (advanced level)

NB! If you cannot document these requirements, you must apply as an international applicant although you live in Norway.

Please use Norwegian, Danish or Swedish to communicate with the Admission Office (Opptakskontor): opptak@uit.no

Telephone: +47 77645590

  1. How to document Norwegian proficiency on advanced level?
  2. What is basic education?
  3. HOW TO APPLY (Søking og opptak)

IMPORTANT DATES

  • Local Admissions (Programmes taught in English & Norwegian) start: January
  • Deadline (all programmes): see the Study Catalogue

You can apply as aNordic applicant within the deadline 15 April if:

  1. You have basic education ( upper/junior and primary school) from a Nordic country (Denmark, Iceland, Norway and Sweden)The basic entrance requirement is known in Norway as Higher Education Entrance Qualification (Generell studiekompetanse), AND
  2. do have  Proof of Norwegian language proficiency (advanced level)

Norwegian language requirements for Nordic applicants:

NB! If you cannot document these requirements, you must apply as an international applicant although you come from a Nordic country.

Please use Norwegian, Danish or Swedish to communicate with the Admission Office (Opptakskontor): opptak@uit.no

Telephone: +47 77645590

  1. What is basic education?
  2. HOW TO APPLY (Søking og opptak)

IMPORTANT DATES

  • Nordic Admissions (Programmes taught in English & Norwegian) start: January
  • Deadline (all programmes): see the Study Catalogue

You can apply as an international applicant within the deadline 1 December if:

  1. You have basic education ( upper/junior and primary school) from outisde the Nordic countries (Denmark, Iceland, Norway and Sweden). This basic entrance requirement is known in Norway as Higher Education Entrance Qualification (Generell studiekompetanse), AND
  2. do NOT have  Proof of Norwegian language proficiency (advanced level)

Please use English to communicate with the International Office: international@uit.no

HOW TO APPLY (International Admissions)

  1. What is basic education?
  2. HOW TO APPLY (International Admissions)
  3. Proof of financial ability is not required for applicants with Norwegian citizenship

IMPORTANT DATES

  • International Admissions (Programmes taught in English) start: 1 October
  • Deadline (all programmes):: 1 December
  • Deadline (Master in Contemporary Art):: 1 March

EU and foreign applicants residing in Norway can apply for singular courses taught in English or Norwegian as long as they can satisfy Norwegian language proficiency in addition to the admission requirements for singular courses.

Please use Norwegian, Danish or Swedish to communicate with the Admission Office (Opptakskontor): opptak@uit.no

Telephone: +47 77645590

  1. How to document Norwegian proficiency on advanced level?
  2. What is basic education?
  3. HOW TO APPLY FOR SINGULAR COURSES (Enkeltemner in Norwegian)
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