Living in Norway
Living in Norway involves much more than just work. As an employee at the University of Agder you will need to pay taxes and open a bank account, you might need a school or kindergarten for your children, and what do you do if you get ill? Here you will find links to updated information about living in Norway.
The following links will take you to the relevant page in the
Euraxess web portal
for incoming researchers.
For local details on our two campus towns of
, please consult the web pages for each town.
UiA is EU-certified
The University of Agder was the first university in Norway to have been
awarded the ECTS-label
, a certificate proving that the university follows the EU’s recommended quality assurance routines for information about and approval of student exchange.