Norway - Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet)

OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University 

The Faculty of Health Sciences at Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet) offers Norway’s most comprehensive portfolio of study programs within health and social sciences. OsloMet offers a variety of research activities within a number of topics relating to health, welfare, professional development, society, technology, art and design. OsloMet also has some of the leading research environments on the needs and challenges of the welfare society and a lot of research activities in the research groups at the faculties. They have four research centers.

Location: Pilestredet 46, 0167 Oslo, Norway

Duration of exchange: Students may participate in the program for one semester (Fall or Spring)

Helpful website:
Visit the OsloMet website to learn more about the school.

Application deadline for fall: February 1st

Application deadline for spring: September 1st

Program Cost

Please visit the How to finance your studies webpage for tips on how to finance your studies and budget a cost of living.

Example table of student budget and cost of living
Student Budget & Cost of Living Table
Books and supplies1,500
Other costs ( entertainment, clothing, health care, training centre, etc.)2,000
Total 10,000 NOK


Please visit the accommodation information web page for more information.

Academic Information

Language of instruction: English


Available at undergraduate level only. Sample Courses Available:

PSYK1410: Behavioural Analysis I 

PSYK2310: Behavioural Analysis II (Students applying to this course should be in a bachelor’s degree program in psychology)

PSYK3900: Bachelor’s thesis in Psychology with an Emphasis on Behaviour Analysis (Students applying to this course should be a final year student (3rd year) in psychology)


Please click here for updated list of courses taught in English.


Requirements and Application Information

  • Required Major: Psychology
  • Have a cumulative overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher
  • Undergraduate students must hold junior or senior status. Have completed a minimum of 60 units at CSUN (for transfer students) at the time of application and must be currently a CSUN undergraduate or graduate student.

Students can access the CBEP: Norway application here.


For program and application information, please make an appointment with Eleanor Wolgast or Rebecca Spector by emailing or by visiting the International and Exchange Student Center.

For additional program information, you may contact the following faculty members:

Dr. Ellie Kazemi, Masters of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis Program, Department of Psychology
Phone: 818/677-7224