University of Tromso History
The University of Tromso was established in the year of 1968, it is the world's northernmost university. And of the eight top most universities in Norway. In 1918 Hans A. Meyer, politician and businessman from Mo i Rana, launches the idea of ??a university in Tromso. The university Norway's Arctic University merges with Narvik University College and Harstad on 1 January.
University of Tromso Programs, Courses, and Schools
The University of Tromso has various faculty listed below: Faculty of Health Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology, Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education, Faculty of Biosciences, Fisheries and Economics, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Sports, Tourism and Social Work
University of Tromso Campuses
The University of Tromso has four main campuses, Tromsø, Harstad, Alta, and Narvik are modern and well equipped. The Student Welfare Organization offers student counseling, catering, housing, sports facilities, and kindergarden. Each semester the International Office arranges an Introductory programme for new international students securing a good start and social integration into the university community. The International Student Union arranges events throughout the semesters and cooperates regularly with the International Office.
University of Tromso Notable Alumni
Monica Kristensen Solås (Norwegian meteorologist), Mads Gilbert (Norwegian physician), Sandra Borch (Norwegian Politician), Torgeir Knag Fylkesnes (Norwegian Politician).
University of Tromso Programs
University of Tromso Application Requirements
University of Tromso Cost of studies
The annual cost of living is NOK: 1,20,000 approx.
University of Tromso Deadlines
Bachelors: December 1
Masters: December 1
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
University of Tromso Rankings
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