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From autumn 2024, OsloMet will offer a master’s programme in art therapy.
The public transport company Ruter likes to be at the forefront of technology development and hired OsloMet graduate Maryam to explore the possibilities of quantum technology.
Lillestrøm is just a short drive away from Kjeller campus, and here you have access to most of what you need when you are done for the day.
‘When we look at how sustainable cities can be built using smart transport solutions, we feel we’re helping to shape the future.’
Do you want to learn more about how to work as a teacher with societal and environmental challenges in creative and engaging ways?
The international product design students at OsloMet got off to a flying start with a three day excursion in August.
‘People are trying to find practical digital solutions to complex problems. This is a good reason to study Universal Design of ICT,’ says Faisal.
When Anna makes healthy food information more accessible to food producers, she learns how ICT solutions can be used more easily by all.
OsloMet students created a manual with good tips on working from home or anywhere else.
Theresa Stegemann from Germany wanted to go abroad for her master’s. She found what she was looking for at OsloMet – and loves living in Oslo!
As a master's student at OsloMet, Ley Muller learned to analyse and engage with alternatives to the American approach.
Carla Louise Hughes embraced the challenge of starting graduate school in a new country during a pandemic. Now, she is making an impact as a member of the team at the Centre for Research on Pandemics & Society.