Digital graduation for international students

Three students walk through a forest with golden autumn colours as the sun shines through the trees. Photo: Benjamin A. Ward / OsloMet

We've gathered some resources we hope you'll find useful as you prepare to return home to continue your studies or get started on your career. 

Congratulations from Rector Curt Rice

Join our alumni network

Through our alumni network, you can stay in touch with people you met while at OsloMet, expand your professional network, and receive invitations to international alumni events. 

Five ways you can stay connected to OsloMet

Start an alumni group, stay in touch with your professors, and perhaps even consider a PhD. Check out the different ways you can continue your OsloMet experience even after you've left Oslo.

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Congrats from two of your fellow students

Check out some of the ways you can continue your studies at OsloMet

Thinking about pursuing your career in Norway?

A boat in the Oslo Fjord, with the the Astrup Fearnley Museum visible in the background.
How to improve your chances of landing a job in Norway

Learn Norwegian, do your research and don’t be afraid to network. Follow these four steps to help launch your career in Norway.

People on their way to work in downtown Oslo. A red city bus and tall, modern buildings in the background.
Five things internationals working in Norway think you should know before moving here

Are you considering applying for a PhD or academic position at a Norwegian university? We asked the experts—our own international employees—for their advice on how to navigate the transition to working in Norway.

Marco biking through OsloMet campus in fall. He is dressed in a light down jacked and there are green and yellow leaves on the ground.
From PhD candidate to full-time faculty member

Marco Tagliabue arrived in Oslo from Italy in February of 2015 armed with just two suitcases and an ambition to pursue his doctoral studies. Then he never left.