Online Studies - Flexible online education

By studying online, you can adapt your studies to your everyday life. Choose from 18 different online studies.

Many of us do not have the opportunity to study physically at an educational institution, but still need a future-oriented education that provides solid job and career opportunities. Perhaps you are currently working a full-time job, but still wish to expand your competence and value. Perhaps you are located too far away from our campuses.

Whatever the reason; we give you all the tools you need to succeed with your online education.

As an online student at Noroff School of Technology and Digital Media, you get an attractive education program with close supervision from your online tutors. You get access to an industry-related curriculum, video lessons, and a network of other online students. We want our students to be highly-motivated and competent job seekers for positions where advanced and relevant digital competency is required.

 

Study wherever – whenever

 

Industry-adapted education

 

Bachelor Degrees online

 

Diplomas identical to campus students

Online education is a modern and popular method of learning. At Noroff, we have roughly 1,500 active online students at the moment.

In our online program portfolio, you will find both bachelor studies and vocational studies. These programs are delivered in different ways. All of our university college lectures are streamed live and can be attended from a digital device anywhere in the world, and thereby complete an entire bachelor's degree online. You can also view the same lecture as many times as you like.

Full-time or part-time

You can study vocational programs on a full-time or part-time basis. Choose between four annual startups: January, March, August and October. Our online studies have been arranged for those who need or desire flexibility in their studies, and the programs correspond to the same education as provided in our campuses.

Admission requirements are the same as for bachelor and vocational studies on campus, and the diplomas issued to graduates are identical to campus diplomas.