The University of Stavanger (UiS), Norway, has been welcoming students from all over the world since the university was established in 2005. International students form an integral part of the community on campus, and over 10% of our students have an international background.
UiS is an open university with a high degree of well-being among the students and staff. Green transition, energy, health and welfare, learning for life, a good learning and working environment are the priority areas. In interaction and dialogue with the surroundings regionally, nationally and internationally, the university has an open and innovative climate for education, research, artistic development work, innovation, dissemination and museum activities.
The academic activities at UiS are organized in six faculties with 13 departments and several national research and competence centres in addition to the Archaeological Museum.
The graphs for research at UiS have pointed upwards in recent years. Compared to other universities, UiS is the third best at publishing per scientific employee. Many of the externally funded research activities take place in collaboration with the research institute NORCE Norwegian Research Center. There are also several centres for research that have been established between UiS and NORCE and other stakeholders.
UiS is located in the most attractive region in the country with 300,000 inhabitants. The region has a dynamic labour market and offers a number of exciting cultural and leisure activities.
The University of Stavanger belongs to the top 500 universities in the world and the top 200 universities in Europe.
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