How to become a student
HOW TO BECOME A STUDENT
To apply for the courses you have to fill in the application form.
PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE YOU START TO FILL IN THE FORM.
Make sure you have read the curriculum plan and decided what courses you want to attend.
Only typed applications RECEIVED electronically AND by regular mail or by fax with attachments within 21 September 2009 will be accepted.
Your personal e-mail address must be correct and open and able to receive attachments.
MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ACCESS TO A PRINTER BEFORE STARTING TO FILL IN THE FORM.
The printed copy of the form shall be sent by regular mail or fax with the signature of the students and the contact person at the students home University. Necessary attachment should follow the mailed application. (You need certificate of language skills, confirmation of your educational status, certificate of education (if you are a professional social worker), a typed letter in English about your interest in participating in the programme (approximately 250 words)
The application is to be printed and mailed to:
Bergen University College, Opptak, PO BOX 7030, N-5020 BERGEN, NORWAY
Email address of the admission office: email@example.com
Fax number of the admission office: +47 55 58 77 89
If you have any questions about the application, please contact:
Assistant Professor Anne Karin Larsen, firstname.lastname@example.org, +4755587821
Answer to your application can be expected by e-mail in the first week of October 2009.
The information in your paper application form must be confirmed and signed by a professor at the University where you are a student.
REMARK THE ELECTRONIC FORM HAS TWO PARTS: PART ONE MUST BE PRINTED BEFORE YOU GO ON AND FILL IN THE SECOND PART. BEFORE PRESSING THE SEND BUTTON PRINT THE SECOND PART OF YOUR APPLICATION.
Introduction to the Virtual Classroom and the new group of students starts 5 October 2009. The ordinary programme for the new courses in Social Work in Europe starts 12 October 2009.
Admission and fee:
Total amount of students that will receive study place in this course are 85students.
Depending on the number of applications we might need to limit the admission by taking the following considerations:
The educational programme is based on a BA level.
To create a best possible learning environment we would like to have a mixed international group of students, with good enough English language skills, a mixed gender group and students at different educational level, both professionals and BA/MA students.