At the Faculty of Performing Arts we educate musicans, conductors, dancers and teachers. Find your study programme below and learn about application deadlines, application process, auditions and detailed information about your future study programme. Welcome to our faculty!
If you have questions concerning our study programmes and admission procedures, please send us an e-mail at: email@example.com
International applicants: 1 January Applicants from Nordic countries: 15 December
News about studies, application and admission
You can now apply for vacant study places for performing music in classical, conducting, church music, jazz/improvisatio...
The results of your application can be found in SøknadsWeb.
All students will receive information regarding semester start in June.
From Monday 17 August to Friday 19 August, opening ceremonies, information meetings and Fadder (sponsor) events will be ...
Here you will find information about semester start, fadder events, opening ceremony and much more!
Hi! As always, we are arranging Fadder uke (Buddy-week where all the new students get to know each other, the campus, th...
In order to ensure the completion of this year's admission to performing music studies and due to the widespread infecti...
In week 10, digital interviews are held for applicants who have been found qualified after round 1. In this article you ...
Information regarding application procedure, application deadlines, audition requirements and admission requirements can be found under each study program. Click on the desired study program and see ''Information regarding admission procedures, requirements etc''. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you apply as an International or Nordic Applicant?
You either apply as an international applicant or a Nordic applicant. The Nordic countries consist of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland as well as the Faroe Islands, Greenland, and Åland. If you are not from the Nordic countries or have a Norwegian identification number you must apply as an International applicant.
Study programmes taught in English
All of our undergraduate programmes are taught in Norwegian
None of our undergraduate study programmes are offered in English. Applicants with education from outside of Norway must document Norwegian language proficiency in the application process. Please click on ''Study programmes taught in Norwegian'' for information regarding our bachelor degrees in music and dance, Digital Conducting studies, PPU, One year study programme in Music Performance and more.
Non-EU/EEA applicants must document access to at least NOK 126 569 for the first academic year (this amount is for the academic year 2021/2022). For more information, please click on ''Visa and Study Permit''.