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Project Internationalisation

Increasing internationalisation of education and research has been a priority area at OsloMet since 2015. This priority is in line with international and national conditions for the field and is also adopted in goal 3 of OsloMet’s Strategy 2024.

As a result of OsloMet’s increasing focus on internationalisation, “Project Internationalisation” was established in 2016.  Vice-Rector for Education, Nina Waaler was the Project Owner. The Rectorate functioned as the Steering Committee and Benedicte Solheim, Head of Section for internationalisation (UTD) was the Project Manager.

A working group including representatives form the faculties, the Student Parliament, The Centre for the Study of Professions (SPS), The Centre for Welfare and Labour Research (SVA), the HR and R&D administration were all central in the development and implementation of the project. The total budget limit was 7,45 million NOK. 

The project period was from 2016-2017 and the project was organised in five sub projects:

1)      Strategic plans and processes

2)      Internationalisation of programme descriptions

3)      Internationalisation for academic staff

4)      The use of parallel language (bilingualism)

5)      Student mobility

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