University of Bergen
Divinity/Religious Studies Students
The University of Bergen has a unique role in society; they nourish and develop independent knowledge. University of Bergen is an international university and this is reflected in their staff members, students, research and education. Currently they have more than 400 courses for exchange students taught in English. University of Bergen hosts more than 1000 exchange students every year, the great majority through the Erasmus+ programme. They offer courses both at bachelor’s and master’s level for exchange students.
Norway is known worldwide as a peaceful and safe democratic country that favours equality. Bergen is Norway’s second-largest city. With a population of 279, 000, it offers an appealing cultural life and a safe and relaxed urban atmosphere that remains deeply rooted in nature. The University of Bergen is also the most urban university in Norway, with most of its campus concentrated in the heart of the city. The prevalence of students in Bergen gives the city a youthful and modern feel, and creates an atmosphere of enthusiasm and optimism. The students love the fact that they can enjoy a bit of city life with plenty of cultural events and simultaneously make use of Bergen's unique opportunities for outdoor adventures. Bergen is filled with different events for students, and student organisations host a lot of them.