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1 University of Stavanger Norway

2 Stavanger Bergen Trondheim

3 Ullandhaug Campus

4 4 University of Stavanger 960 administration, faculty and service staff 7500 students 32 Bachelor’s programmes 23 Master’s programmes 7 PhD programmes University of Stavanger from 2005

5 5 University of Stavanger 3 faculties: Faculty of Arts and Education Faculty of Science and Technology Faculty of Social Sciences

6 6 Academic Personnel Top Positions: 111 (Full Professors 62, Senior Lecturer 3, Adjunct Professor 46 Post Doctorates: 8 Senior Academic Staff: 168 (Associate Professors 136, Senior Lectures 28, Associate (Adjunct) Professors 4) Assistant Professors: 232 Research Fellows: 60 Other Scholarly Positions: 150 (including 60 Research Fellows)

7 7 University of Stavanger Externally funded activity approx. € 8 mill in 2005 State financing approx. € 80 mill in 2005

8 8 Prioritised Themes and Areas Energy and Environment Health and Welfare Education and Learning Culture Tourism Area in progress: Gastronomy

9 9 Faculty of Arts and Education Centre for Reading Research Centre for Behavioural Research Department of Music and Dance Department of Cultural Studies and Languages Department of Early Childhood Education Department of Education PhD in Literacy Studies (in progress)

10 10 Faculty of Social Sciences Norwegian School of Hotel Management – Department of Business Administration Department of Media, Culture and Social Sciences Department of Social Studies Department of Health Studies

11 11 Faculty of Science and Technology Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of Petroleum Engineering Department of Mechanical and Structural Engineering and Materials Sciences Department of Industrial Economics, Risk Management and Planning

12 12 Faculty of Science and Technology Important R&D-Centres –Centre for Increased Oil Recovery (COREC) –Centre for Risk Management and Societal Safety –Centre for Asset Management and Maintenance

13 13 Doctoral Programmes - PhD PhD in Offshore technology PhD in Petroleum technology PhD in Risk Management and Societal Safety PhD in Special Needs Education PhD in Management PhD in Information Technology PhD in Biological Chemistry

14 14 Master Programmes Faculty of Science and Technology –Information Technology –Offshore Technology –Petroleum Engineering (taught in English) –Industrial Economics –Resilience and Risk Management –Biological Chemistry (’06) –Petroleum Engineering Management (’06) –Aquatic Environmental Engineering (’06)

15 15 Master Programmes Faculty of Arts and Education –Special Needs Education –Literacy Studies (taught in English) –Music Education –Music Performance –Joint Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations (’06) –History - Didactics (’06)

16 16 Master Programmes Faculty of Social Sciences –International Hotel and Tourist Administration (taught in English) –Risk Management and Social Safety –Change Management –Business Administration –Social Work –Service Management –Art and Culture (’06) –Comparative European Social Studies (MA CESS i Maastricht)

17 17 Bachelor Programmes Faculty of Social Sciences Media, Journalism and Social Sciences –Human Resources Management – Art and Culture Management – Journalism – Multi Media and TV Production Hotel, Tourism and Business Management – Business Administration – Business and Information Systems – Hotel Management –Tourism Management Health and Social Work Education – Nursing –Social Work –Child Welfare

18 18 Bachelor Programmes Faculty of Science and Technology Engineering –Civil Engineering –Computer Engineering –Electrical Engineering –Chemical Engineering –Mechanical Engineering –Petroleum Engineering Biological Chemistry

19 19 Bachelor Programmes Faculty of Arts and Education Humanities – Language and Literature (Nordic, English, French, German) – History and Culture Teacher Education – General Teacher Education (4 years) – Preschool Teacher Training Music and Dance – Music Teacher, classical – Music Teacher, jazz – Dance Teacher – Instrumental Performance, classical

20 20 International

21 21 Strategy, internationalisation Increase the numbers of international master’s programmes and Joint Master’s Increase the number of programs taught in English More international cooperation within the PhD- programmes More cooperation within research and development Increase Teacher and Student Mobility

22 22 Specially designed programmes for International students Degree opportunities and exchange program opportunities: Degree opportunities: MSc in Petroleum Engineering MSc in International Hotel and Tourism Management Master Programme in Literacy Studies Master Programme in Music Performance Joint Master programme in Migration and Intercultural Relations Music Production and Recording PhD-Programmes Exchange program opportunities: Undergraduate exchange programme in Hotel- and Tourism Management Department of Foreign Languages (English, French, German) Norwegian Language and Culture Comparative Educational Studies Nursing, Social Work and Child Welfare Music and Dance Programmes

23 23 Specially designed programmes for International students In progress: Master's Programme in Business Administration MSc in Petroleum Engineering Management MSc in Technology Management MSc in Information Technology, Signal and Image Processing One year undergraduate course in Petroleum Engineering Joint Master Programme in Intercultural Leadership and Management

24 24 Orientation programme for International Students Pick-up service –Air-port, train-station, etc Housing guarantee –minimum one semester contract Presentation of UiS –Computer room –Student card –Guided tour on campus –Library introduction Meeting Norwegian culture –How to reduce the cost of living in Norway Practical arrangements –Passport/Visa/Immigrant Office –Bus card –Bank account –Health check (TB)

25 25 Orientation programme for International Students Guided tours Downtown and in Rogaland county –city walk –bus trip –boat trip –daylong hike in mountain –barbeques Note the 3000ft drop below them into a cold fjord!

26 26 Student Residencies

27 27 Student Residencies

28 Photo: E. Stornes

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32 This and other challenges await students in Stavanger


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