ONS, the global energy meeting place, offers great opportunities for students at UiS. Claim your free ticket!
In his speech at the semester opening ceremony, main speaker Roy Steffensen quoted Bruce Springsteen and encouraged students to seize the moment.
On Monday 13th August Rector Marit Boyesen had a welcome speech at the Welcome Ceremony at the University of Stavanger. You can read the speech here.
Are you a new student and arrive by plane? 9 and 10 August, UiS offers a free bus service from Stavanger Airport to your student residence.
This year's Fadderfestival aims to get into the Guinness Book of Records. Not for a record number of events or for the loudest singalong of DDE's rai-rai, but because of the lunch everyone is invited to on Monday 13th of August.
The 2018 UiS Petrobowl team defeated Heriot-Watt after a breathtaking second half of the finale game.
Students from the master courses â€™Counter-terrorism measures in urban areasâ€™ and â€™Sustainable city regionsâ€™ will present their findings on April 17. The event is open, and you are also invited to participate in discussions about the findings.
Close to 2500 visitors got a glimpse of what UiS has to offer during Open day.
Alonso, Guillermo and Saul came all the way from Mexico to Stavanger to study mechanical engineering. They are pioneers in a new, tailor-made exchange programme for ECIU students.
This autumn, the University of Stavanger will offer an optional module called â€śSimulation based learningâ€ť as part of the Health Sciences masterâ€™s programme. The course is generic, and should be relevant to a much larger audience than health personnel.
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Are you spending the holidays in Stavanger? Here are a few suggestions on what to do.
It has been decided to change the cost of printing services at UiS, the new price is 0,35 NOK per page for Black/White (up 0,05 NOK) and 1,90 per page for color (down 0,1 NOK).
Tough competition to represent UiS in the worldâ€™s largest petroleum competition for students.
The Ministry of Education has decided that educational institutions may require students to have their own laptop for their studies and exams. Some digital exams at UiS will take place on the universityâ€™s own machines however, most will be so-called BYOD exams. So what does this mean and what does it entail for the students?