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You will meet a welcome committee at the Oslo Central Station and get help trough your first steps. We will meet inside Oslo Central Station by the big screen (clock) close to Burger King and the ticket machines. We will wear red UiO t-shirts, so you will be able to see us.
The University of Oslo greets all new students with a traditional ceremony at the University Square.
At the Orientation Day we will provide you with important information about studying at UiO, student life at UiO and in Oslo, and how to register with the Police.
The Oslo Police Department will be present at UiO and assist students that are non-EU citizens to register that you have arrived in Norway and to book an appointment.
Sign up for courses and exams by Thursday 17 August
Join us for a fun day out at the Blindern University Campus on Thursday 17 August.
Welcome as a new student in Norway, and welcome to Oslo!
Although Oslo isn’t a big city, getting to know it can take some time, especially when it comes to finding out about student activities and attractions.
Get to know the different students associations at the UiO.
The deadline to apply for special examination arrangements is 1 September for the autumn semester.
The final deadline to pay the semester fee and register in StudentWeb is 1 September.
UiO celebrates its 206th anniversary on Friday 1 September. The programme includes lectures, a cake feast, the award ceremony with conferment of Doctor philosophiae honoris causas for 2017, UiO’s four prizes and HM the King’s gold medals in the University Aula and a reception with tapas in the Domus Bibliotheca. Everybody is welcome!
Join us for a tour of the Opera House!
The Nobel Peace Center was opened in 2005 by HRH King Harald V of Norway in a ceremony attended by the royal families of Norway and Sweden. Nobel Peace Prize laureate Wangari Maathai was also present. The Center has since welcomed more than 400,000 visitors (as of 1 October 2009).
We once again want to welcome you all to an OSI dance party with Jack&Jill competition in West Coast Swing!
Welcome to the first debate between this year's rectorial candidates. This might be the day you decide who you think should head our university.
International students who need help to register for Norwegian language courses on the StudentWeb are welcome to attend this course registration help at Henrik Wergelands hus.
The Arne Naess Symposium invites all the participants to imagine bold and novel scenarios of a more sustainable future.
Meet two of the world’s leading scholars on the relation between biological and cultural evolution - David Sloan Wilson, SUNY Binghamton and Terrence W. Deacon, UC Berkeley. Subsequent panel discussion with Kalle Moene, Thomas Hylland Eriksen, Henrik Sinding-Larsen and the audience.