Kristiania University College

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    Study at Kristiania

    Kristiania University College was founded in 1914. Today we are an accredited college with more than 10,000 students, and we have campuses in Oslo, Bergen, and online. Several of our Bachelor and Master's degrees are offered in English.
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  • Research at Kristiania

    Kristiania University College is committed to promote high quality research in health, information technology, marketing, management, art, design, media and communication.
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News

  • Mobile journalism handbook on prestigious list
    Oslo

    Mobile journalism handbook on prestigious list

    Dr. Stephen Quinn has interviewed Nobel Peace Prize laureate Maria Ressa, and states that the mobile phone is an important tool for reporting in countries like the Philippines and Russia.
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  • Covid 19

    Covid 19

    Read the latest about the corona virus
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  • Kristiania Professor ranks high on Stanford list
    Forskning

    Kristiania Professor ranks high on Stanford list

    Stanford University has ranked over 8 million researchers worldwide. Professor Gøran Svensson from Kristiania University College is among the top 2%.
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  • Nearly 12 million NOK from The Research Council of Norway to research project PHOTOFAKE
    Forskning

    Nearly 12 million NOK from The Research Council of Norway to research project PHOTOFAKE

    Research project “PHOTOFAKE – Visual Disinformation, the Digital Economy and the Epistemology of the Camera Image” was granted nearly 12 million NOK from The Research Council of Norway.
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  • How Business is Accelerating Toward a Fairer Future
    Kunnskap Kristiania

    How Business is Accelerating Toward a Fairer Future

    This year presents an opportunity for organizations to seek greater purpose and fairness
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  • When political satire is no joke
    Oslo

    When political satire is no joke

    The Iranian scholar Dr. Mahmud Farjami has lived in exile since 2010, this past year in Oslo, working for Kristiania University College. Since childhood he has loved to tell jokes, but this quality has not always been appreciated. He was 9 the first time he was expelled from school.
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International catalogue

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