400 study places for police this autumn

Police students in Oslo receive their diplomasPolice students in Oslo receive their diplomas.Photo: Gorm Kallestad / NTB scanpix

Before Christmas, the Storting (Parliament) decided that by 2020, 400 students will be admitted to the Bachelor’s program at the Police College.

The decision came through the state budget, and is a reduction of 150 study places compared to 2019.

The Storting sets a premise that the reduction in study places should be taken at the Police College’s study site in Oslo.

Students are still being admitted to all three of our campuses: Bodø, Oslo and Stavern. Applicants must, as usual, set up the place of study in order of priority in the application at Samordna admission.

Admission is carried out essentially in the same way as previous years. Admission tests will be offered in Oslo, Trondheim and Bergen.

On the website you will find all the information you need about admission to a bachelor’s degree in police education.

Reduced student enrollment may result in higher score limits for study. This is because competition for study space is likely to be fiercer. The number of applicants and what scores the applicants have, as always, influence the requirements for competition points. The score limits will be clear at the main admission, approximately July 20th.

The online application for the education opens on February 1st, and the application deadline is March 1st.

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