University of Oslo

Founded in 1811, the University of Oslo (UiO) is the highest ranked institution of education and research in Norway.
UiO has over 27,000 students and 7,000 employees and is, according to the Shanghai World Ranking, one of the World’s Top 100 universities.
With five Nobel Prize Winners, UiO has a strong track record of pioneering research and scientific discovery. The university offers more than 800 courses in English at all levels, and around 40 Masters degree programmes and several PhD programmes are taught entirely in English.
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Patient Perspectives on Medications: Qualitative Interviews (Coursera)

This course teaches you how to explore the patient perspective on medicines using qualitative interviews. You will learn how to design, conduct and analyse data in a small interview study. The course is related to the course Understanding Patient Perspectives on Medications, but each course can be taken [...]
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Introduction to Norwegian (FutureLearn)

May 31st 2021
Introduction to Norwegian (FutureLearn)
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Start learning Norwegian today. Learn to speak, write and understand basic Norwegian with this four-week course. Explore Norwegian culture and start to learn Norwegian. Are you planning a visit to Norway for study, travel or work? Are you interested in Norwegian culture? This Norwegian language course will give you [...]
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Introduction to Norwegian 2 (FutureLearn)

Mar 1st 2021
Introduction to Norwegian 2 (FutureLearn)
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Learn to write, speak, and understand intermediate Norwegian with this fun and engaging four-week course. Improve your basic knowledge of Norwegian and learn more about life in Oslo. If you have reached an A1-proficiency level in the Norwegian language, continue to build your skills with this intermediate [...]
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Dangerous Questions: Why Academic Freedom Matters (FutureLearn)

Mar 1st 2021
Dangerous Questions: Why Academic Freedom Matters (FutureLearn)
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Explore the meaning of academic freedom and how it relates to core higher education and societal values. Challenge the limits to critical inquiry. Academic freedom is a fundamental value in modern higher education and research. On this course, you’ll find out how we can use academic freedom to ask [...]
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Music Moves: Why Does Music Make You Move? (FutureLearn)

Jan 25th 2021
Music Moves: Why Does Music Make You Move? (FutureLearn)
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Learn about the psychology of music and movement, and how researchers study music-related movements, with this free online course. Learn about why and how music makes you move. Music is movement. A bold statement, but one that we will explore together in this free online course. Together we will [...]
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How to Write a PhD Research Proposal (FutureLearn)

Aug 17th 2020
How to Write a PhD Research Proposal (FutureLearn)
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Understand and harness the key elements of a succinct research plan while preparing your PhD proposal. Learn how to develop a successful PhD proposal. Successful PhD research requires preparation, planning, critical thinking, and dedication. On this course, you will explore the key elements in a research proposal and solve [...]
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What Works: Promising Practices in International Development (FutureLearn)

Explore promising strategies in international aid related to agriculture, public health, institutions and poverty reduction. Can the case be made for a more optimistic outlook on international development?
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