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– I think the best thing about online studies is that I can keep working.
– I think online studies work well if you want them to, says Assa Ágústsdóttir.
– Most individuals are not equipped to protect themselves, says professor Johan Van Niekerk.
– As a special investigator, you secure and analyse digital clues that can be a help in a criminal case, Ania (27) explains.
Einar, Lorena and Joachim won in categories "Best Concept" and "Best Design".
Tommy went from working in the oil industry, to being project lead on his own game: – I had to make it happen somehow, he says.
Assistant professor in digital forensics, Yi-Ching Liao, has defended her thesis at NTNU and attained her Ph.D. in information security.
– I like the idea of working in a field where the goal is to be one step ahead of the criminals, digital forensics student Lorena Carthy says.
Digital Forensics Professor Iain Sutherland spoke at the NorTex ONS Breakfast Seminar.
Noroff was back at The Gathering for 2016. View our video and images from Hamar.
Meet Einar Martinsen, the 26-year-old VFX superhero who works for Weta Digital.
Noroff will start the fall semester of 2016 in brand new modern facilities, right in the heart of creative and technical industries.
We have selected the best student projects across all our campuses and created a showreel. See it here.
The government proposes to raise the status of vocational school students by giving them the same rights as students at universities and colleges.
Trym Skeie buys Noroff Vocational School and Noroff University College. - We have a new and competent owner, says CEO of Noroff, Lars Erik Torjussen.
- An academic milestone, says rector, as the first bachelor students graduate from Noroff University College.
Dr Robin Rolfhamre made new Editorial Board member of Studia Musicologica Norvegica.
Digital Forensics students Timmi Strand and Glenn Nor will be travelling to the UK to present the results from their bachelor projects.
While preparing for ludic studies assignment, the Interactive Media students visited Hennig-Olsen ice cream factory. Or perhaps the purpose for the visit was free ice cream?
This video was put together by Marte, Ida, Linda og Camilla to show people back home what life is like as a Graphics Student at Teesside University.
Noroff University College and Vocational School in Kristiansand will host an open day Monday April 13th from 12 pm til 7 pm.
Noroff staff and students had a wonderful four days at this year's Gathering. See pictures and video here.
Noroff University College hosted clay sculpting workshop led by lecturer Cristina Dumitru.
Former Noroff student and teacher Geir Ove Pedersen has made worldwide success with his Snapchat concept Random people.
Noroff University College has just had its first 3D printer delivered. This will mainly be used by our 3D students to render some of their designs.
Former Noroff student Mario Stjepanovic and his team got five minutes to sell the platform Soulsound as the best idea during this year's MashUP at By:Larm Interactive.
Noroff Vocational School in Stavanger was lucky enough to host a workshop with type and visual designer Sun Helen Isdahl Kalvenes.
Noroff will host the annual international week throughout week 10, and will be visited by our partner universities Teesside, Deakin, and South Wales.
Associate professor in Interactive Media, Dr. Patricia Gouveia, shares a bright outlook on the media industry, with many jobs to come.
March means a new round of start-ups for selected Online Studies. Find out here which ones are available. You can still apply.
The "Best stand" was awarded to Noroff by student recruitment fair host 'tautdanning.no' in Kristiansand. Next up is Stavanger, Bergen, Trondheim and Lillestrøm.
Phishing is an attempt to trick people to give up their usernames, passwords, credit card numbers and other useful information, through a false website.
The "Noroff band" Seed & the Movement provided the entertainment on NOKUT conference in Trondheim.
In Trondheim, three boys and a girl are working on a major event that will take place in February.
January means a new round of start-ups for selected Online Studies. Find out here which ones are available. You can apply today.
Compared to last year's October startup, 70% more online students have now started their studies.
The DIGIN IT Cluster Security Conference was held at the Bystranda Hotel in Kristiansand recently with Noroff students and staff in attendance.
Deputy principal in Trondheim, Arne Pukstad, accepted the challenge from the students.
October means a new round of start-ups for selected Online Studies. Find out which ones are available. You can still apply.
Intimate pictures, user names and passwords were also recovered.
Noroff Professor addresses security issues. The Smart TVs have shown to be vulnerable, and may be exploited in the future.
IBAS is the leading company in the region providing data reconstruction, deletion and digital forensics.
Mr. Tom Drange has had a paper accepted to the Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction (IHCI) 2014
Noroff professor Iain Sutherland gave a presentation providing online safety training for children. Here are five tips.
Kristiansand newspaper rapport on stundents' digital investigation.