UiT The Arctic University of Norway is the third largest in Norway
and the northernmost university of the world. Its location on the edge
of the Arctic implies a mission. The Arctic is of increasing global
importance. Climate change, the exploitation of Arctic resources and
environmental threats are topics of great public concern, and which the
University of Tromsø takes special interest in. At UiT The Arctic
University of Norway you can explore global issues from a close-up
Surrounded by mountains and fjords on all sides, Tromsø is home to
approximately 75,000 inhabitants, making it the second-most populated
city north of the Arctic Circle. With everything a person could
“need”—shopping malls, festivals, marathons, cultural venues, tourist
attractions and a few movie theaters — Tromsø feels more like a small
metropolitan city than a town.
Language(s) of Instruction: All inbound exchange students must have a good command of
English at B2 or C1 Levels in accordance with the Common European
Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). More info here.
Semester Dates: Autumn Semester: August - December/ Spring Semester: January- June
Course Offerings: See Course Catalogue here.
Costs: There are no additional tuition costs for studying at the University of Tromso. Additional costs that must be considered are accommodations, meals, and cost of living.
Exchange Places: 6
Estimated CO₂ emissions for round-trip plane travel from Frankfurt Airport
Number of trees that must be planted to cancel out this CO₂ emission
Heilbronn University is committed to the continuous improvement of environmental performance as a component of sustainable development. For the university, protecting the environment means avoiding risks to people and the environment, continuously reducing resource and energy consumption and minimizing emissions and waste, so that the university makes its contribution to sustainable development.
Learn more about how you can lessen the environmental affects of studying abroad here.