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Twin Programme

Music and Dance

In order to become an exchange student at our department, you need to be a registered student of performing arts at one of our partner institutions. For music performance, European institutions, as a rule, are members of the European Association of Conservatoires (AEC). For dance performance, we have partner institutions in Portugal, the Netherlands and Nordic countries among others. Contact your local exchange coordinator for more information on how to apply. We do offer a few theoretical courses in music and dance subjects, but in general exchange students are required to undergo an audition or send in a CD/DVD for documentation of skills. For more information on exchange possibilities in performing arts in Stavanger: music-dance@uis.no

Undergraduate

Faculty of Arts and Education

Social Sciences

30

Spring/Autumn 2016/2017

Please contact the local exchange coordinator for more information.

English

English, B1

The Courses

How to apply

REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION

  1. Nomination Letter sent by email from your home institution to exchange@uis.no
  2. Online Registration Form
    You will receive the link to the online form by email after we have received your nomination. For students applying for the spring semester only, you will receive this link in September/October.
  3. Transcript of Records/Diploma from all university education (both bachelor’s and if applicable, master’s level) in English or in a Scandinavian language. The transcript/diploma must contain a description of the grading system. We can only accept official copies.
  4. Copy of your passport or ID card
    The required documentation must be sent in PDF or Word format to exchange@uis.no in PDF format. Write EXCHANGE followed by your name in the subject field. Example: EXCHANGE John Smith.'
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University of Stavanger

Norway

The University of Stavanger is situated on Norway’s south-west coast, surrounded by magnificent and diverse landscapes. The charming harbour city of Stavanger ranks as Norway’s fourth largest with approximately 130,000 inhabitants and is known as Norway’s “oil and energy capital”. The Stavanger region is Norway’s most productive area and has been the national hub for innovative industry for several decades, partly owing to the petroleum industry and partly to a spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship which existed long before the oil age.

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