Students, professionals and anyone with a curiosity for technology can apply for four weeks of summer school. Get a fun, intensive and life-changing study experience and learn how state-of-the-art technologies are changing the world.
OsloMet International Summer School in July 2021 is cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Do you want to take an intensive course over the summer and the opportunity to learn in an international, innovative and collaborative environment while making friends and growing your international professional network? Apply to come to Oslo for four weeks in July.
Our summer school consists of four-week courses of 5 or 10 ECTS credits. The 10 ECTS versions require independent work in addition to the four weeks of summer school.
The summer school is created with different disciplines and skill levels in mind. We offer courses to anyone interested in learning more about technology and how to incorporate the technology into their respective disciplines and professions.
Please note that OsloMet reserves the right to offer courses depending on the level of enrollment.
The day-to-day schedule may vary from course to course. Course teachers will share their schedule at the start of the summer school.
We organise cultural and social activities two to three afternoons a week and during the weekends.
Activities include a walk around Sognsvann, visiting Aker Brygge Harbour, the Ekeberg Sculpture Park, the Munch Museum, the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, BBQ in the park, bowling, a visit to Huk beach and a boat tour on the Oslo Fjord.
Innovation camps are short, typically one to three days, intensive events where technology developers work to create new technological solutions that help solve real-life problems.
It is an excellent opportunity for students to engage in practice-based learning while working with government, industry and civil society partners to engage in creating new solutions to social, business, and technical challenges. The camps vary broadly in themes and cases.
The challenge was presented by the civil society organisation Centre for Reproductive Rights from Kenya. The challenge was to create innovation in how pregnant women in rural areas access health services, to make pregnancy safer for women and children.
After being presented with the challenge on the first day of camp, lunch was served, and then the groups met to brainstorm and develop an idea.
On the second day, the students heard two inspirational speeches by invited guests, and received a course in pitching in time for the finals. The rest of the day was dedicated to working on their projects.
The third and last day, all the groups presented their pitches with only five minutes for each group. The panel of judges chose two winners, one for the most practical idea and the other for the most radical.
The winners received their prizes and some will continue to collaborate with the university to develop their idea.
All summer school participants must pay a fee of 1000 NOK. This covers participation, welcome pack, social programme, and excursions.
You find more about when and how to pay on the admission page.
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