Telemark University College
  • 設立日付 :2012 year
  • Type of University : Public
  • StudyQA ranking: 1010 pts.
  • 選択可能なプログラム: 5 Master
  • 学生総数: 6900
  • 教授総数: 600
  • 教育タイプ: 5 直接教授
  • 教授言語: English
  • 電話番号:
  • +4735575032

Telemark University College (TUC), (Høgskolen i Telemark or HiT in Norwegian) is a state university college and has approximately 6 900 students. TUC is a not for profit organisation based in the South-Eastern part of Norway.

TUC has campuses in Bø, Notodden, Porsgrunn and at Rauland, and offers a broad range of academic opportunities at bachelor's-, master's- and Ph.D-level. The three pillars of the TUC activities are education, research and dissemination. TUC's main ambition is to be granted full university accreditation before 2016. This will add to the wealth of academic and research opportunities in Telemark.

  • Campus Bø

    Academics

    The Faculty of Arts and Sciences offers a wide range of study programmes within the areas of business administration, computer science, health and environmental science, sports, outdoor life, culture and the humanities.The faculty has modern teaching facilities and computer labs. The library offers students a broad selection of resources as well as the possibility to find information in national and international databases. Students interested in sports can also enjoy the new athletic area on campus. It includes a track and field area, sandvolleyball courts, tennis and basketball courts as well as an ice skating and hockey rink during the winter months.

    Location

    The town of Bø is centrally located in Telemark, as well as in southern Norway. The trip from Oslo only takes two hours by train. The campus is located in the heart of the community, within walking distance of student housing, stores and the train station. Gullbring Cultural Center is located adjacent to the college. The cultural center has numerous ammenities including a large gymasium and swimming pool, a climbing wall, a movie theatre, an art gallery and a concert hall. The area also provides excellent opportunites for outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing and skiing.

    Student activities

    Students at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences are active in many differents types of clubs and organizations during their freetime. There are numerous clubs including: a book club, a photo club, a film club, a jazz club, a student newspaper, a choir, a student radio station and multiple intermural sports clubs. There is also an annual student organized week called VIKO which includes a wide variety of fun activies.

    The students have a club called KROA. They arrange concerts and discos at KROA throughout the school year. KROA in Bø is one of the most respected clubs in Norway. It is primarily run through voluntary work from the students. To find more about KROA or about which events are planned visit: www.kroaibo.no

    Student housing

    The Telemark Student Association (SiTel) is the student welfare organisation providing student housing with free internet access, a day-care centre and social worker assistance. Please follow this link to find out more about SiTel: www.sitel.no

  • Campus Drammen

    Papirbredden - Drammen knowledge park, a modern construction with Norway's most modern library.

    Papirbredden, Grønland 58,
    3019 Drammen
    Norway

  • Campus Notodden

    At Notodden you study in exotic surroundings with plenty of room for you and your academic friends. Here you can engage in snowboarding, beach volleyball, kroki or take a walk in picturesque surroundings far from big city noise and hectic lives.

    Campus Notodden has 1650 students.

    You study in exotic surroundings with plenty of room for you and your friends. You can go snowboarding, play beach volleyball, or take a walk in the beautiful mountains, far from the noisy and hectic city life.

    The annual Blues festival (Europe's largest) in Notodden is popular among the students at Campus Notodden.

    You find everything you need, such as cafés and art galleries, in the city centre. The campus in Notodden provides a panoramic view of Notodden.

    Express buses depart for and from Oslo every hour, daily bus- and flight connections with Vestlandet and good connections to the Sørlandsbanen train route.

    Student life

    The campus offers a diverse student body interested in what you are interested in, and there is no problem finding friends.

    Campus

    The campus has lecture halls, small rooms for group meetings and large rooms for soccer, and a canteen with reasonable prices and lots of good food.

    Sport facilities

    The campus has a swimming pool, a large gymnasium with an indoor-climbing wall, and offers plenty of outdoor activities.

    Student housing

    The campus offers student housing with free wireless internet access. It is also possible to rent a house together with friends, via the private market. You can choose to live close to the campus or close to the city centre, near StuA, bars, cafés, galleries and the movie theatre.

    Close to home

    Notodden is in close proximity to the Sørlandsbanen train route, a two hour bus ride from Oslo, and has good flight connections with Vestlandet, which makes it easy to visit friends and family from back home.

Student activities

Students at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences are active in many differents types of clubs and organizations during their freetime. There are numerous clubs including: a book club, a photo club, a film club, a jazz club, a student newspaper, a choir, a student radio station and multiple intermural sports clubs. There is also an annual student organized week called VIKO which includes a wide variety of fun activies.

The students have a club called KROA. They arrange concerts and discos at KROA throughout the school year. KROA in Bø is one of the most respected clubs in Norway. It is primarily run through voluntary work from the students. To find more about KROA or about which events are planned visit: www.kroaibo.no

Student housing

The Telemark Student Association (SiTel) is the student welfare organisation providing student housing with free internet access, a day-care centre and social worker assistance. Please follow this link to find out more about SiTel: www.sitel.no

The university college is organised into four faculties. The Faculty of Arts and Sciences, The Faculty of Arts, Folk Culture and Teacher Education, The Faculty of Health and Social Studies and The Faculty of Technology.

More than 140 studies are offered within the fields of: Engineering, Nursing, Teaching, Culture, Folk Culture, Folk Music, Environmental and health studies, Sports and physical education, Outdoor life, Economics, Computer Science and Languages.

Studies are offered at bachelor and master degree-level, leading to a variety of different degrees. A professional writer's education is also offered. They furthermore offer two PhD programmes. There are also several 1-year programmes available. Most studies are taught in Norwegian, but some programmes are taught in English, mainly master degrees. Telemark University College uses the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System.

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