In fall 2020, all master students at UiS are able to sign up for the InGenious challenges by taking the MĂA-415 (Knowledge -Based Entrepreneurship) course.
The consultation draft for a new strategic plan for the University of Stavanger was approved by the University Board on 11 June. The document has been submitted for consultation, where stakeholders may offer their feedback by 15 September.
UiS campuses are finally open again to students, staff and visitors â as long as everyone complies with existing rules and advice on infection prevention.
A record number of students are embarking on their student life at the University of Stavanger in August. We are very excited to wish you all a warm welcome with an official ceremony, which will be digital this year. The ceremony also marks the beginning of the buddy festival Fadder.
The Library in Bjergsted is closed for renovations. The library will reopen in a new and modern form this fall.
The University aims to involve students to a greater extent in research and development. As one measure, the Faculty of social sciences sets aside funds for three scholarships (40,000,- NOK, one at each department) for master's students who want to publish a scientific article based on their master's dissertation, and where the dissertation is suitable for this.
Are you looking for an amazing experience, together with your fellow students and friends? This is your chance! Contribute to an innovative - corona proof - society and work on challenging cases of companies, government organizations, and hospitals. Get your team signed up now!
Ullandhaug Library is open for students and staff at UiS. You can borrow and return books, and book a limited number of reading spaces. Guidance will be given digitally.
The buddy festival Fadder, which takes place August 10 to 16, aims at welcoming new and old students by offering a fun, safe and adventurous taste of what to expect from campus life and Stavanger as a student city.
The week to mark the beginning of the new semester starts Monday 10 August, and this year we will be welcoming over 4000 new students to the University of Stavanger.
There will be no ordinary student exchange at the University of Stavanger this coming autumn semester.
CafĂ© Sentralen in the Arne Rettedal building will partially reopen from Monday May 18.
What worked and what did not in the transition to online lectures and exams at UiS? This is what we need your help to shed a light upon.
To promote innovation in the region, Rogaland County Council has established a prize for master's students in Rogaland.
Starting next week, even more students and staff will be allowed to enter UiSâ campuses.