|Østfold University College||Bachelor, 3 years|
Scenography explores and reveals the interdependence of architecture and theatre. Students practice spatial dialogue within the city, the stage, on-screen, or in nature. They test and reflect upon ways to activate the senses within society. By decomposing, analyzing, and re-contextualizing our surroundings, the scenographer frames and unfolds open potentialities where the yet unknown can and the uncontrolled will happen. Scenography aims at non-linear states in between and anticipates future traces.
Facts about the program
- Study points:
- Study duration:
- 3 years start of Studies:
- No admission this year
- Teaching language:
- Fredrikstad, Norway
- Term fee:
- NOK 600
Here you will find a selection of laws and regulations governing admission.
The following documents are translated from Norwegian. In case of discrepancies between the Norwegian and the English version, the Norwegian version takes precedence.
English translation will be published in January 2019. See the Norwegian version in the links below:
Documentation requirements for admission to ordinary undergraduate study programs through the Norwegian Universities and Colleges Admission Service
You will find an overview of the documentation requirements for applications for admission to one-year programs and bachelor’s programs on the Norwegian Universities and Colleges Admission Service’s website.
Applicants who apply based on prior learning and work experience must submit documentation in line with the documentation requirements below, but the documentation must be sent by post together with the form that comes with the electronic application at the Norwegian Universities and Colleges Admission Service’s website.
Documentation requirements for admission to study programs through local admission procedures at Østfold University College
For applications submitted via SøknadsWeb, all documents must be uploaded electronically under ‘My documents’. Documents that are sent to us by email or post will not be considered. We recommend that you upload the documentation in PDF format. It is important that all uploaded documents are complete and legible.
All documentation must be dated and signed. The documents do not need to be certified true copies, but everyone who applies for admission to study programs at Østfold University College may be asked to present the original documents for control. Students are obliged to present the original documents at a stipulated time and place; failure to do so means that you will lose your place.
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Østfold University College (Norwegian: Høgskolen I Østfold, HiØ) is a university college in Viken county, Norway. It has campuses in Fredrikstad and Halden and has around 7000 students (as of 2017) and 550 employees (as of 2017). The university college is one of the public university colleges in Norway and is a result of five public colleges in Halden, Sarpsborg, and Fredrikstad which were joined together as a part of the University College Reform (Norwegian: Høgskolereformen) of 1994.
The school offers over 60 fields of study, ranging from Associate degrees, Bachelor’s degrees, Master’s degrees, and some Doctorates
March 1, 2019