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Faculty of Technology, Art and Design (TKD)

The Faculty of Technology, Art and Design offers higher education and research and development within technical subjects, arts and design.


2022 (Database for Statistics on Higher Education)

Bachelor's programmes

plus courses for one year and six-months, exchange students and further education

Master's programmes
PhD programmes


OsloMet launches a master's programme in mechanical engineering

OsloMet will launch a Master of Science programme in mechanical engineering in autumn 2024. The new master’s programme has a particular focus on sustainable technology.

Image of a hand touching equipment in the machine laboratory at OsloMe
OsloMet will use artificial intelligence to warn of extreme climate.

NordSTAR at OsloMet will work on Artificial Intelligence (AI) methods for forecasting and monitoring extreme climate events in the DHEFEUS project.

Image of dark and heavy clouds lying low over a mountain. Sun over forest and settlement below, but the clouds warn of a change in weather.
The quantum computers get their own lab

OsloMet has got a gathering place for everyone interested in quantum computer technology, its own lab.

Picture from the quantum lab, with one of the quantum computers on the left, posters presenting the research project on the wall, and a bookshelf and screen on the right. In the foreground a table with a laptop.
Innovation Award to Gustavo Mello

AI Lab leader Gustavo Mello was awarded the Innovation Award for his many efforts to create and strengthen interdisciplinary collaborations between the AI Lab and other research groups at OsloMet.

Gustavo Mello, leader of the AI Lab, during the retreat in 2021.
Launches International Alliance for Zero Emissions from the Built Environment

OsloMet will lead international research and education that can contribute to reducing the climate footprint from buildings and the built environment.

Picture of buildings and street at Aker brygge in Oslo. There is sunshine, and blue sky in the background.
Starts up with European prestige funds

Andre Laestadius brought with him the coveted "ERC Starting Grant" for young researchers when he came to OsloMet in autumn 2022.

Picture of Andre Laestadius in front of a white board with mathematical formulas.
OsloMet launches PhD programme in Innovation for Sustainability

The University Board approved the establishment of a new doctoral programme in Innovation for Sustainability 15 September.

Part of yellow OsloMet-logo on a colourful building on campus.
Large grant for research on autonomous searches

OsloMet researchers have received NOK 11.84 million for research into machine learning inspired by the eyes' search for visual information.

Image of woman looking out over an urban area with mountains in the background. Clouds in the background and fjord below the mountain where the woman stands.
OsloMet at Design Days in Brussels

Julia Jacoby, Head of studies at OsloMet, is taking part at The Design Days to speak about 'Design research initiatives from OsloMet’. She welcomes a lively debate on the impact design has on transitioning towards a more sustainable future.

From the left: Jostein Kandal, Nenad Pavel, Zacharias Andreadakis, Julia Jacoby, Marie Hebrok, Arild Berg and Yngve Foss – FoU-direktør OsloMet
OsloMet får master i maskinteknologi

OsloMet får masterstudium i maskinteknologi fra høsten 2024. Det nye studiet legger stor vekt på bærekraftig teknologi.

Bilde av en hånd som rører ved utstyr på maskinlaboratorium på OsloMet