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  1. Postgraduate Diploma in Music Performance

    The programme Postgraduate Diploma (PDM) in Music Performance is designed for students who has reached a high level in their music performance and want a year for further in-depth studies in their instrument/project. The programme encompasses extensive study in instrumental or vocal performance. The year is meant for students wanting to dedicate a year to concentrate on a limited portion of the repertoire (e.g. Norwegian music), technical studies, auditioning practice and repertoire, competition preparations or simply to study with a particular teacher after graduating from a university or academy in Norway or abroad. A high level of performance is required for admittance. Normally, PDM will form a year of specialization and in-depth study with your main instrument after completion of a master. ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Stavanger

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  2. Norwegian language, culture and society for foreign students- One year programme

    Do you wish to advance your education? Get the job of your dreams? Immerge in Norwegian life? Prepare for further education and fulfill your goals by attending this one-year long Norwegian Language and Culture course!   This full-time programme combines classroom activities with excursions in order to give you an overall experience of language learning and an introduction to the Norwegian culture. You will learn about history, literature, customs, and the people living in this country. After just a few weeks you will start to speak in Norwegian with your teachers and classmates!   After successfully completing the course, you meet the Norwegian language requirement demanded by the Norwegian Universities and Colleges Admission Service (NUCAS) to be admitted to Norwegian universities and colleges. ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Stavanger

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  3. Norwegian Language and Civilization for Foreign Students

    This one year programme is aimed at foreign students who do not meet the Norwegian language requirement for admission to Norwegian universities and university colleges. No skills in Norwegian are required in order to gain admission to the programme. ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Sørøst-Norge

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  4. Norwegian Folk Music

    Norwegian Folk Music One Year Programme is a full credit (60ECTS) two semester programme designed for foreign students with an interest in Norwegian folk music. The main goal of the programme is to give students a thorough understanding of the roots of, influences on and performance of Norwegian folk music. ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Sørøst-Norge

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  5. Northern Studies- one year programme

    The World of the High North - How does life in the northernmost part of the world affect nature resources, politics and economy? What is unique about this region? And how can its inhabitants be best prepared for the coming century? If you want to make a difference to the peoples of this region, and prefer an online study, we welcome you to this amazing multidisciplinary one-year experience. The study can be extended to a bachelor in Northern Studies. You will see the world with new eyes. In a good way. The program provides the student with a wide knowledge on northern societies, how they have shaped through historical path-dependence and in the power-fields of international relations, but also by innovative multilateral partnerships such as those fostered within e.g. the Barents Euro-Arctic Region and in the work of the Arctic Council. The one-year program opens with Introduction to Multidisciplinary Studies, giving information on the academic standards to be met by the students in their course-work, and goes on to introduce the methodology of the interdisciplinary approach to Northern Circumpolar Studies. Through five courses; Introduction to the Circumpolar World, Peoples and Cultures of the Circumpolar World, Land and Environment of the Circumpolar World and Contemporary issues of the Circumpolar World (1 and 2), students are introduced to a set of basic discourses of the Subarctic and Arctic Regions.The courses give the students a basis of facts and an introduction to relevant theory from the fields of geo ...

    Provider NameUiT Norges arktiske universitet

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  6. International Teacher Education for Primary Schools

    The International Teacher Education for Primary Schools (ITEPS) educates students to become teachers in international schools. The program is in English and prepares you to work in classrooms around the world. ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Sørøst-Norge

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  7. Graduate studies in Music Production and Recording

    The Music Production and Recording programme provides a viable alternative to a professional internship for students of music and sound. A hands-on experience is guaranteed, as practical exercises are emphasized. The programme includes cooperative projects with the local concert house and regional music events. The programme provides students with different backgrounds a combination of musical and technical study and experience, enabling the production and recording of various musical styles. The Elements of the study can be modified in order to allow for specialization based on the student's individual experience and interests The programme develops the musical and technical skills required by the music recording professionals. It also includes a review of relevant music and engineering topics, music recording and production techniques, studio and musical acoustics, critical listening and interpretation, in addition to practical work. Students often work closely with productions in the Stavanger Concert Hall. Facilities include a blackbox auditorium, concert recital hall, church simulator, editing studio and control rooms. Students are required to complete a variety of live and studio productions. ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Stavanger

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  8. Extension studies in Music Performance

    The Extensions Studies in Music Performance is designed to further your skills as soloist or in an ensemble in a professional setting, after the completion of Bachelor in Music Performance.The student is expected to acquire knowledge, skills and competence that clearly marks an improvement from the Bachelor level. The programme is based on a combination of one-to-one tuition and ensemble groups. This will vary in the different subjects chosen. The learning environment is varied and will consist of teaching from your main teacher, ensemble (projects), individual rehearsing and cooperation with Bjergsted Culture Park partners. ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Stavanger

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  9. Clinical Radiography

    Clinical Radiography ...

    Provider NameHøgskulen på Vestlandet

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  10. Arctic Nature Guide- one year programme

    The Arctic Adventurer - Do you have it in you? Could you see yourself as an adventure guide in the Arctic's wild nature? Are you at your best when you lead and inspire people in the outdoors, giving them the experience of their life? If you want to spend more time in the most awesome and challenging, yet vulnerable nature imaginable, you can stop looking. With the one-year Arctic Nature Guide-education in Spitsbergen, we guarantee you a year of adventures. Followed by a working life of outdoors, where you meet nature every day, in every way. What's there not to love? Safe Guiding in the Arctic, Value-based Guiding and Teaching Arctic Nature and Arctic safety and field leadership are courses taught throughout the whole of the academic year. They are mainly practically oriented, but also includes a theoretical approach. Safe Guiding in the Arctic and Value-based Guiding and Teaching Arctic Nature includes field trips of longer and shorter durations in the varied Arctic nature throughout the year. Arctic safety and field leadership comprises concentrated courses in arctic safety as Polarbear safety, Arctic First aid, sea ice navigation, navigation and communication, using a Zodiac and a snow scooter. Planning risk analysis, HSE, quality assurance and situational leadership. The History of Svalbard taught during two weeks in the beginning of the second semester. The point of departure of the course is the gradual colonization and exploration of the circumpolar Arctic from pre-historic times until the modern period. ...

    Provider NameUiT Norges arktiske universitet

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway

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