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Where in the World Will You Go?. Hedmark University College Norway Fall Semester 2005. Program Focus:. Norway’s Approach to Democracy, Development and Peace. A contrastive study of contemporary challenges at home and in the world. Why Study in Norway?.

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Where in the World Will You Go?

Hedmark University CollegeNorway

Fall Semester 2005

Program Focus:

Norway’s Approach to Democracy,

Development and Peace

A contrastive study of contemporary challenges at home and in the world

Why Study in Norway?

“Norway gave me pieces of my heritage, new

friends, lots of snow, and a bigger world. I am still

processing parts of my experience, and that

continual learning is what makes my study abroad

an essential part of my education.”

PLU student participant


Norway’s Approach to Democracy, Development and Peace

  • 16 credits

  • Courses in English

  • PLU Comprehensive Fee plus airfare

  • PLU Financial Aid Applies

  • Credits earned in choice of:

    *Communication and Media

    *Political Science

    *Scandinavian Studies

    *Global Studies

    *Environmental Studies

    *International Core

Course Outline

Module 1:Introduction to Norway’s Welfare State

Module 2 (choice of one):

CommunicationDemocracy,NorwegianNatural Music


Mediaand Peaceand CultureManagement

Module 3:Field Study and Research Paper

Hands on Learning

  • Visits to Cultural and Government Centers

  • Presentations

  • Guest Lecturers

  • Week Excursion

  • Field Study

  • Process Papers

  • Final Paper

Field Study Locations: Previous Sites

  • Namibia Association (NGO)

  • Norwegian Humanistic Academy

  • Hamar Cathedral Medieval Museum

  • Folk Colleges

  • Local non-profit service organizations

  • Local schools and government offices

  • Community culture center

What Does the Cost Include?

  • Tuition

  • Instruction

  • Housing

  • Living Allowance

  • Excursions

  • Field Trips

  • Local Course-related Transportation

Program Dates

  • Mid-August to early December 2005

  • One week orientation at Hamar

  • One week excursion in September

  • One week mid-semester break

Your Student Housing at Hamar

Student Residence Hall

Student Apartment

Your Fellow Students

  • Namibians

  • Europeans

  • North Americans

  • Norwegians

Program Location:Hedmark University College

Hedmark University College:

  • 3700 regular students

  • 5 campuses

  • Numerous student

    activities groups

  • International student


Hamar Campus

  • Modern and vibrant campus

  • Student friendly

  • 2 blocks from city center

Hamar: Medieval Roots, Modern Regional Center

25,000 inhabitants

Medieval religious center

Modern regional center for

business, sports and culture

Site of Olympic

skating competition

Beyond Hamar

  • Train Connections

  • Gardermoen Airport to

  • Hamar: 1 hour

  • Hamar to Oslo: 1 ½ hrs

PLU Students 2003:Food From Home!

PLU Students 2004:Orientation Days!

Change Your World at

Hedmark University College 2005

  • Contemporary Social Issues

  • Global Perspectives

  • Cross-Cultural Challenge

Where in the World Will You Go?

For more information on the Norway program, contact:

Susan MannClaudia Berguson

Associate DirectorAssistant Professor

Wang CenterScandinavian Studies



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