Studenter går i en allé i høstsolen

Master’ degree in citizenship and co-operation

Master | Full-time | 2 years

Studenter går i en allé i høstsolen

Do you want competence that promotes social inclusion and cohesion, while maintaining sustainable welfare services for all? This master's program is aimed at professionals, administrative personnel, and leaders working in health and welfare within municipal, state, private, or non-profit services, as well as educational activities.

Also available as a part-time study

About the programme

  • Application start February 1, 2024
    Application deadline June 1, 2024
    Start date August 19, 2024
    ECTS Credits 120
    Supported by Lånekassen Yes
    Duration 2 year
    Language of instruction Norwegian
    Tuition Fee
    • Semester fee NOK 535
    • Copy fee/student council NOK 320
    • Tuition fees NOK 10900
    • Administration fee NOK 39
    • Total per semester NOK 11794
    Admission requirements

    Admission requirements Stavanger

    A bachelor’s degree or three-year university college degree in healthcare, social and welfare studies. Applicants with a degree of the same scope in educational science or social sciences can be admitted after an individual assessment. You may also apply on the basis of prior learning and work experience.

FAQs

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Anita Gjermestad

Programme Director

Anita Gjermestad

professor

Institute for Health

anita.gjermestad@vid.no

Alexander Didriksen

Admission

Alexander Didriksen

Study Advisor

Division for Academic and Student Affairs

alexander.didriksen@vid.no

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