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Admission takes place during the spring semester every year, and the MSc program in Sustainable Transport and Urban Mobility starts in the middle of August. The program is open for both Norwegian and international applicants who fulfil all the admission requirements, and where applicants from countries outside EU/EEA must document a minimum of NOK 123 519 per academic year to cover their own living expenses for their planned MSc studies. As a recognized state-run specialized university, HiMolde is not charging any tuition fees from Norwegian or international students, but all admitted students have to pay a minor semester fee of NOK 745 per semester. Admitted international students from countries outside EU/EEA will be requested to transfer a minimum of NOK 123 519 to our Deposit Account for International Students within a deadline first stated in the letter of admission. Applicants from these countries must also document the same amount when they forward their online application for admission.

Applicants should have completed a recognized bachelor’s degree equivalent to a minimum of 180 ECTS credits within relevant academic areas: Logistics, Economics, Business Administration, Civil Engineering, Urban Planning, or Social Sciences such as Psychology and Geography. Academic areas like Optimization, Operations Management/ Research, Mathematics, Mathematical Modelling, Information Technology/ Computer Science are also relevant.  If you are in doubt about the relevance of your first degree, feel free to contact us.

Admission to the international MSc programs at HiMolde is highly competitive when it comes to grades. Applicants should preferably have an average grade of First Class/First Division or Second Class Upper Division or equivalent grades from their recognized bachelor’s degree/ or from a combination of their bachelor’s and master’s degrees to be considered for admission. Applicants who have completed only a HND (Higher National Diploma) or similar Diploma/Advanced Diploma Educations do not qualify to apply for admission.

International applicants from some countries will be required to fulfil the formal English language requirements by completing a recognized English test with a sufficient score result: (TOEFL (ITB): minimum score of 79, TOEFL (Computer based test): minimum score of 213 or TOEFL (Paper based test):minimum score of 550, IELTS: Minimum score of 6.0 or Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic) with a minimum score of 53. For further information about the admission requirements for different countries, please see the information under application procedures and the country list.

Application deadlines:

15 December 2021: International applicants from countries outside of EU/EEA applying directly from abroad, and applicants who have a temporary residence permit in Norway.
15 April 2022: Applicants who are either Norwegian or Nordic citizens, Nordic citizens (can also apply within 15 December 2020), or applicants who already have a permanent residence permit in Norway; and applicants who are citizens of a country within EU/EEA.

Administrative Contact International applicants: Advisor Odd Arne Eidem;

Application Procedures

Last updated from FS (Common Student System) Sep. 29, 2022 4:31:46 AM