The University of Oslo or Universitas Osloensis is the oldest public research university, situated in Oslo, Norway. Established in 1811, the university was originally named the Royal Frederick University of Denmark-Norway’s most popular university. The university is the only institute in Norway that has approximately 27,700 students from different nationalities. Out of the total student population, approximately 6,000 students are employees of different nationalities. The university can be the best university for Indian students who want to study abroad in medicine, mathematics, natural sciences, dentistry, humanities, social sciences and law.
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The buildings of the universities are spread over several parts of the city of Oslo. The main campus of the university is Blindren which is situated on the western outskirts of the city center. Most of the faculties of the university are located at this center. The Faculty of Law is located in the center of Oslo.
Faculties and administration: The main campus of the university, Blindern, houses the Faculty of Humanities, the Faculty of Education, The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, the Faculty of Theology and The Faculty of Social Sciences. It is also known as the main campus of the University of Oslo.
Libraries and Book Shops: The university has many libraries on the campus. The Blindern campus has a bookstore, Akademika, where students can buy all study materials and books for a diverse range of courses. The bookshops are situated in Kristian Ottosens' house in the city.
Welfare Services: The university conducts many student and employee services, cafeterias and student organizations within the campus. Here are the main services.
Kristian Ottosens: You will find it on the Blindern campus, the SiO Customer Service Centre (sio.no) that provides all the information related to the student's welfare services, student cards and student housing services.
The Foundation for Student Life in Oslo (SiO): It is in charge of welfare services like Student Counseling and the Student Health Centre with general practitioners, psychologists, dentists, nurses and psychiatrists. Students can avail of these services from the second floor of Kristian Ottosens hus on the Blinden Campus of the university.
The Blindern Campus also has some sports campuses such as Athletica Blindern, Athletics Domus which are located at 10 minutes walking distance from the main campus.
Shops and Cafeterias: The Blindern campus of the university has several cafeterias where students can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner. Frederikke is the largest cafeteria that also has:
- Supermarket with post services
- Yogurt bar with coffee, cakes etc
Hostel and Facilities
International students who get admitted to the University of Oslo for a degree or exchange program can apply for housing through SiO Housing.
Exchange students on bachelor and master levels: The exchange students have UiO's prioritized housing that you can get from the SiO housing list.
International Master’s Degree Students: The international students who have applied for the post-graduation program can only apply for housing. However, due to the limited number of seats, only a few students can avail of this housing option within the university.
Students admitted through Samordna opptak (SO): This housing option is for the students who have applied through Samordna opptak (SO). Unfortunately, the university never guarantees housing to students.
Students attending NORA-courses: This housing is for those students who are attending NORA-courses. However, due to limited seats, the university does not guarantee your housing offer.
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