Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences

Public University

Elverum, Norway

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The Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, officially known as Høgskolen i Innlandet I Norwegian was established in 2017. It is a state university college in Lillehammer Elverum Norway. Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences was formed after the merger of Hedmark University College whi Read more

Highlights Of Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences

Faculty-Student Ratio

1:13.6

Founding Year

2017

  • Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences is known for its three major centers including Centre for Studies of Educational Practice (SePU), Lillehammer Olympic and Paralympic Studies Center (LOSC)  and Centre for Collaborative Learning for Sustainable Development (CCL) 
  • Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences also operates the Norwegian Film School, the first film school in Norway, was founded in 1997
  • Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences is also known as INN university.
  • At Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences (INN University), the libraries are located at campuses in Hamar, Elverum, Rena and Evenstad.
  • In 2018, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences established the Olympic Studies Centre and  the Centre for Excellence in Film and Interactive Media Arts (CEFIMA).
  • At Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, students have number of extra curricular activities to offer and organize including a variety of other festivals, cultural and sports events such as a  Jazzfestival,  the Norwegian Festival of Literature, Culture Night, the Amamdus Youth Film Festival, World Cup events in ski-jumping, down-hill skiing, slalom, and cross-country skiing and the  Birkebeiner race and many more. 
  • After the lectures, students of Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences can spend time at the ski-slopes (the nearest alpine resort is just 20 minutes from Lillehammer), hiking and enjoying the stunning nature. 

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Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences

Public University

Elverum, Norway

The Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, officially known as Høgskolen i Innlandet I Norwegian was established in 2017. It is a state university college in Lillehammer Elverum Norway. Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences was formed after the merger of Hedmark University College whi Read more

Highlights of Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences

Faculty-Student Ratio

1:13.6

Founding Year

2017
  • Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences is known for its three major centers including Centre for Studies of Educational Practice (SePU), Lillehammer Olympic and Paralympic Studies Center (LOSC)  and Centre for Collaborative Learning for Sustainable Development (CCL) 
  • Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences also operates the Norwegian Film School, the first film school in Norway, was founded in 1997
  • Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences is also known as INN university.
  • At Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences (INN University), the libraries are located at campuses in Hamar, Elverum, Rena and Evenstad.
  • In 2018, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences established the Olympic Studies Centre and  the Centre for Excellence in Film and Interactive Media Arts (CEFIMA).
  • At Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, students have number of extra curricular activities to offer and organize including a variety of other festivals, cultural and sports events such as a  Jazzfestival,  the Norwegian Festival of Literature, Culture Night, the Amamdus Youth Film Festival, World Cup events in ski-jumping, down-hill skiing, slalom, and cross-country skiing and the  Birkebeiner race and many more. 
  • After the lectures, students of Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences can spend time at the ski-slopes (the nearest alpine resort is just 20 minutes from Lillehammer), hiking and enjoying the stunning nature. 

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