www.khio.no/korona gives you updated information about the corona situation and measures at KHiO.
New Student at Oslo National Academy of the Arts, KHiO
Welcome as a new student at KHiO! You probably have a lot of questions before the start of your studies. That is why we have gathered some useful information for you here. By going through the points below you will get an overview of what you need to do to get started.
Important information about your studies: Semester fee and registration, teaching schedule, rules and regulations and other information. Semester dates for academic year 2022/2023: Autumn 2022: 22 August - 16 December Spring 2023: 2 January - 23 June
The Service Center is a common meeting point for the Front desk, IT and Operations and Lending. Most questions regarding access cards, parking, IT, cleaning and operations can be addressed here.
Speak up about the learning environment
The Academy’s learning environment shall be characterised by inclusiveness, zero tolerance for bullying and harassment, and good procedures for whistle-blowing.
IT for students
How to create a user and email address, get on the school network and get access to print and copy quota? Read more.
Health and welfare
The Oslo National Academy of the Arts seeks above all to prevent injuries from ever happening. In case you nevertheless are subject to injury or accident, the following overview shows how you are insured during your studies at the Academy. Below you can also read about the services offered by SiO (the Student Welfare Organisation of Oslo and Akershus), including ac...
The point of student democracy at KHiO is to ensure student participation in all aspects of the institution, as well as to promote the students’ viewpoints in various matters. The administrative point of contact for student democracy at KHiO is Trine Neset Brødremoen .
International student handbook
This guide is for international students coming to study at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts. We hope it will answer many of the questions you may have prior to arrival and provide useful practical information about coming to live and study in Oslo from an international student perspective.
Applying for a Norwegian ID number, and why?
If you are a foreign citizen you should book an appointment with the Service Centre for Foreign Workers in Oslo as soon as possible after your arrival. You can report your relocation to Norway and at the same time get a Norwegian identification number.