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 which was founded in 1994 and Lillehammer University College which was founded in 1971. The Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences was founded with a vision to provide the world class education and set the standards of the quality education in Europe.
Today, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences has many faculties including Faculty of Applied Ecology, Agricultural Sciences and Biotechnology; Faculty of Audiovisual Media and Creative Technologies; Faculty of Education; Inland School of Business and Social Sciences; The Norwegian Film School and Faculty of Social and Health Sciences. Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences offers 35 one-year study programs, 52 undergraduate programs, 31 postgraduate programs and 4 doctoral programs in Ecology, Agricultural Sciences, Psychology, Sports, Law, Music, Pedagogy, Health Sciences, Social Sciences, Teacher Education, Language, Literature, Biotechnology, Film, TV and Culture, Tourism, Animation, Game sciences, Economics, Leadership and Innovation. It also offers many certificate courses, part time courses and foundational programs in many fields.
Today, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences has many campuses with the main campuses located in Lillehammer Elverum. Apart from this, NU has made its presence in five places in Norway including Blæstad campus , Kongsvinger campus , Elverum campus , Evenstad campus, Rena campus and Hamar campus. Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences also offers on-campus gym for all students for a fee of 250 NOK per semester. Today, there are 13,000 students enrolled in the university with the presence of academic staff of 950 members. the faculty student ratio of the university stands at 1:13.6.Read More