Higher Education Entrance Qualification.
There is no specified performance level requirement to enter the study programme, but to be able to successfully complete the programme the students have to be in good physical condition and be able to actively participate in the lessons.
We recommend that students should meet the following skills requirement at the start of the semester:
Life rescue test:
Furthermore the student must be in good form in order to take part in long canoe and hiking trips in the forest/mountains with a fully packed backpack, in summer as well as in winter. Adequate cross-country skiing skills are also required.
The field trips and practical training require that each student is able to cope with these challenges.
A police certificate of good conduct is required.
On successful completion of the programme. students will:
FRI60 is an undergraduate programme in outdoor activities 'friluftsliv' (60 credits), aimed at teaching in schools, activities associated with the wilderness, business development, tourism, health promoting work and other work in the public and private sector.
The study programme can be included as one year of the Bachelor's degrees in Physical education and sport, Public health work, or included as part of a self-chosen bachelor's degree.
Coordinator: Geir Øvrevik (email@example.com)
Students who have completed the "Outdoor Activities" programme at the University of Agder, are exempted from overlapping topics in the course FRI111-1. These topics will be replaced by reflection-/project assignments graded as a pass or a fail.
International students may apply courses in Norwegian Outdoor Education equivalent to 30 credits. The courses are offered in English in the spring semester; FRI109-1 (10 credits) and FRI111-1 (20 credits).
Faculty of Health and Sport Sciences