Facts about the program

Study points:
30
Study duration:
½ year
Organisation:
Full-time
Campus:
Molde
Teaching language:
English
Study level:
Half-year programme and shorter

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Study Plan for Exchange programme - Bachelor's level (2020–2021)

Study information

The Exchange programme - Bachelor's level is aiming at offering international students an opportunity to integrate one or two semesters, i.e. 30 or 60 ECTS credits, into their own studies at home. The courses are selected from the 2nd or 3rd year level of our Bachelor's programmes in Business Administration, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, and Sport Management. Instead of offering very basic and general courses, we have chosen to focus most on our specialities by offering courses that you will not find everywhere.

Students are free to combine the courses offered under this programme, but it is the responsibility of each exchange student to make sure the combination is approved by their sending institution through a signed learning agreement. A full semester should comprise courses totalling at least 30 credits, and equivalently a full academic year must comprise at least 60 credits.

Admission

Most of the courses will be available to all students having completed basic courses in business administration, economics and mathematics. It is the responsibility of the student to check the prerequisites listed in the course description, and to find a suitable course combination.

Structure and content

Programme content

The Exchange programme - Bachelor's level is aiming at offering international students an opportunity to integrate one or two semesters, i.e. 30 or 60 ECTS credits, into their own studies at home. The courses are selected from the 2nd or 3rd year level of our Bachelor's programmes in Business Administration, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, and Sport Management. Instead of offering very basic and general courses, we have chosen to focus most on our specialities by offering courses that you will not find everywhere.

Students are free to combine the courses offered under this programme, but it is the responsibility of each exchange student to make sure the combination is approved by their sending institution through a signed learning agreement. A full semester should comprise courses totalling at least 30 credits, and equivalently a full academic year must comprise at least 60 credits.

Organisation and learning

Most classes are taught over a full semester. A typical course will have between 2 and 6 lecture hours per week, and may have additional group work and assignments/course work. The assessment will partly be based on compulsory coursework and examinations. All grades are either passed/not passed or ECTS letter grades (A through F).

Last updated from FS (Common Student System) Aug. 9, 2020 1:21:20 AM