Last updated: May 12th at 14:23

Most of the campus-based teaching at Kristiania University College and Kristiania Professional College is canceled from Thursday March 12th. All events are also canceled or moved online.

Kristiania University College and Kristiania Professional College follow the authorities' advice in connection with the corona virus.

Information for applicants

There are no changes to the admission regulations as a result of the outbreak of the Coronavirus. If changes are made to the guidelines that can affect the routines and rules for admission in 2020, this will be posted on this website.

For now, we ask applicants who will take their final exams in the spring of 2020 to stay in touch with their school and keep an eye on our website. 

Contact information 

Exchange students and their relatives: 
Please contact the Department of Research Administration and Internationalisation: 
Janne Olsen: JanneKristin.Olsen@kristiania.no 

Students who suspect they are infected, or are ordered to stay home in a quarantine: 
Please contact the Department for Student Follow-up: 
Stine Karlsen: stine.karlsen@kristiania.no 

Students who are worried and need someone to talk to: 
Please contact the Department for Student Follow-up: 
Tevje Akerø: tevjejohanasli.akero@kristiania.no 

Employees: 
Please contact the HR Department: 
Anders Aas: Anders.Aas@kristiania.no 

Media contact: 
The Department of Marketing and Communications 
Stein-Oddvar Evensen: SteinOddvar.Evensen@kristiania.no 

Leader crisis staff:
Operations- and Security Manager:
Pål Værås: pal.waeraas@kristiania.no

Other contact information

The Norwegian Directorate of Health has established a «corona hotline» to relieve medical emergency and other parts of the health service. The number is 815 55 015.

People are asked to please read information online before calling this  number.

People who think they may be infected with the corona virus should call their general practitioner, or emergency room at 116 117.

It is highly important that people, who think they may be infected, stay home and make contact by phone. Do not show up at the doctor or in the emergency room sick.

Sikresiden.no (On the Safe Side) is a webapp that provides you with user-friendly training and advice on what you should do in emergency situations. However, you must always assess the situation yourself to decide what is the best thing to do in each individual case. The app is specially adapted to students and staff at universities and university colleges, among other things, by making the local emergency number at their institutions easily available. The information is available in Norwegian and English.