University of Nordland

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University of Nordland
Universitetet i Nordland
University of Nordland logo.png
Type Public
Established 2011 (1994 as Bodø University College)
Rector Pål A. Pedersen (2011-2015)
Students 5800 (2011)
Location Bodø, Norway
Affiliations UArctic
Website www.uin.no

The University of Nordland, (Abbreviation: UIN; Norwegian: Universitetet i Nordland) previously Bodø University College, was a public university located in Bodø, Norway. In January 2016, the university was merged with Nesna University College and Nord-Trøndelag University College, becoming Nord University.

University of Nordland
Graduate School of Business

Academics[edit]

Programmes taught in English:[1]

  • Bachelor of Circumpolar Studies
  • Bachelor of English
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology
  • Master in Social Work
  • Master of Science in Marine Ecology
  • Master of Science in Aquaculture
  • Master of Science in Business
  • Master of Science in Energy Management
  • Master of Science in Sustainable Management

Faculties[edit]

  • Biosciences and Aquaculture
  • Graduate School of Business
  • School of Professional Studies
  • Social Sciences

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Coordinates: 67°17′20″N 14°33′37″E / 67.28889°N 14.56028°E / 67.28889; 14.56028