Admission for international students
The Faculty of Law offers Master's degree studies and exchange studies.
Admission to Master's degree studies
The basic entrance requirement is usually a completed bachelors' degree. The webpages of our programmes contain more information about how to apply.
- Maritime Law
- Information and Communication Technology
- Public International Law
- Theory and Practice of Human Rights
- Risk Management and Marine Insurance
Application procedures for exchange students
In order to be accepted as an exchange student the Faculty of Law must receive an official nomination from your home university. The coordinator at your home university usually sends us this by e-mail. International exchange students at the Faculty of Law are accepted for short periods of study within the framework of one of the 3 following exchange programmes:
- Bilateral agreements
Once the Faculty of Law has received the nomination from your home university an orientation letter will be sent to you by E-mail. Please fill in the requested forms and return them to the International Exchange Coordinator at the Faculty of Law. If you are admitted, you will receive an official letter of Acceptance from the International Education Office at the University of Oslo. Together with the letter, you will also be given information about how to prepare a budget, how to book student accommodation and other practical issues before departure.