Norwegian version

Student stories

Show filter Hide filter

Showing: 12 of 28 articles

Picture of the students at the tram stop at Holbergs plass in Oslo. One of the new trams in Oslo has stopped on the right. The students are dressed for winter, and the pavement is bare of snow.
Looking at the urban planning of the future

‘When we look at how sustainable cities can be built using smart transport solutions, we feel we’re helping to shape the future.’

Students sitting in a park
Sustainability – Urban and natural places as your classroom

Do you want to learn more about how to work as a teacher with societal and environmental challenges in creative and engaging ways?

The students sit and stand around on the grass, out in the yard of the farm. We are seeing tools and machines. In the background we see a storehouse and a barn..
An experience of a lifetime!

The international product design students at OsloMet got off to a flying start with a three day excursion in August.

Faisal in front of the on-campus climbing wall.
‘Universal design will be important in the future; all the big tech companies are focusing on it.’

‘People are trying to find practical digital solutions to complex problems. This is a good reason to study Universal Design of ICT,’ says Faisal.

Anna Batzeri holding a computer where the screen shows the website she is helping to develop.
Making ICT solutions more accessible

When Anna makes healthy food information more accessible to food producers, she learns how ICT solutions can be used more easily by all.

Five OsloMet students at an office space. Screen, keyboard and coffee cup on the left.
The best way to work from home

OsloMet students created a manual with good tips on working from home or anywhere else.

Public health nutrition student Theresa Stegemann.
“Studying public health nutrition in Norway is really interesting”

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!

Ley Muller, master's student in social welfare, posing in a red jacket and black face mask.
A whole new way of organising social services

As a master's student at OsloMet, Ley Muller learned to analyse and engage with alternatives to the American approach.

Portrait of Carla Louise Hughes. She is standing outside smiling in front of an autumn coloured tree.
UK native named Student of the Year

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.

Austin and two friends relaxing on a bench in the sun.
Finding full acceptance 7,000 kilometres from home

Master's student Austin Lavender discovered his love for Norwegian culture, language, and the northern climate while studying on exchange, so he decided to settle in for his graduate degree.

Seaside in the centre of Oslo, a small leisure boat on the fjord and people soaking in the sun on land.
Where to live in Oslo: your guide to the best student housing

As an international student, one of the most important decisions you make before coming to Norway is where to live—a choice that will have a significant impact on your experience in Oslo.

Rob Starling standing in the stairs of a tall building.
Design students aim to solve problems and improve people’s lives

Rob Starling chose OsloMet for his master’s degree in product design because he wanted to expand his digital toolkit and explore the department’s impressive workshop facilities. Now he has embarked on a whole new career within service design.