Following questions from the Government about increased offers for those who have been laid-off and unemployed, the University of Oslo will create 336 new study places and 110 scholarship positions.
The country’s universities and colleges were given only one week to come up with proposals to increase the number of study places and recruitment positions when the Ministry of Education and Research on April 24 asked for measures to meet challenges related to the outbreak of viruses.
Before the deadline, the University of Oslo came up with 336 new study places and 110 scholarship positions. The Faculty of Medicine alone offers 40 new study places on medicine, writes Uniforum.
In the field of pharmacy, informatics and science, the university also offers many new study places. In addition, UiO offers to create 110 new positions for researchers.
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