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School of Mission and Theology (MHS) is a specialized university offering studies in Christian studies, Science of Religion, Theology, Social science, Culture, globalisation and intercultural communication.
MHS has students from more than 20 different countries. The following study programme will be lectured in English: Master in global studies, Master in Theology and PhD. All the other programmes will only be given for those how understand the Norwegian language.
The academic year at MHS starts in mid August and ends in mid June. We have divided the year in six terms. Each term consists of 7 weeks. The last week of each term is a week for exams. This gives us a huge flexibility for studies and exams.
Read here for important info for new and old international students.
Exam dates and deadlines
All exam regulations and guidelines are published on www.mhs.no. All students are personally responsible for keeping themselves informed about exam regulations, instructions and changes in exam dates, time and place. Exam dates are announced on the Student Web and It’s learning at least 5 weeks before the exam period. Please be advised that students must be present in the exam room at least 15 minutes before the exam starts. Bags and other items must be placed in designated areas of the room.
International student guide
The International Student Guide is a comprehensive and updated leaflet of what the city of Stavanger and the School of Mission and Theology (Misjonshøgskolen) can offer you as a student.
If you have any questions about the the study programs or applications prosedures, do not hesitate to contact us.
Study programs and time schedules
Here you will find study programs, schedules and exam dates for Master in Global Studies, and Master in Theology.
Student life at MHS
In order for you to have the best possible start as a new student we have tried to prepare as much as we can, both academically and socially, for you as an international student at MHS. Remember that years of study are not just about courses, but also about your own personal development.
In the Stavanger region everything is within reach. A delightful mixture of nature, culture, urbanism, a country feel, simplicity however complexity - these are key words to describe a region rich on experiences and friendliness.
The studies at MHS have been very useful. In my present job at the Police office in Stavanger I daily meet people from different parts of the world. I took both a bachelor and a master degree at MHS. I feel that my background has helped me a lot in my job in the Police.