Study in Oslo and at Lovisenberg Diaconal University College
We have collated some tips and essential information about Oslo and LDUC.
Updated 11. Mars 2020, 11:51
There are almost 800 students at the university college, 600 attend the bachelor program and approximately 200 students attend different master programs and post graduate studies in nursing.
Applications to attend LDUC are organised in agreement with collaborating organisations
Traveling in the city
The seasons in Norway can be diverse, with changeable weather. Its important to have warm clothing, hats and gloves and warm winter shoes in the winter season. A popular weather website is Yr.no
Where to live and sleep?
“Sosialen”, the students union arranges various social activities, look for posters around the school, “Sosialen” on Facebook, ask other students or the university chaplain Liv Arnhild Romsaas. The welfare program at Lovisenberg DUC includes a gym on the campus and some health services. If you need to access these services, contact the university chaplain.
There are a couple of different canteens on campus.
The student ID with a sticker allows you to get cheaper transport by public transport (season tickets), plus some other discounts. It can be a good idea to learn the Norwegian word: studentrabatt.
You will be greeted by a mentor when you begin your studies and further contact can be agreed with them.
For more information about Norway, see Living in Norway