Protocol from the founding of NMS is now included among Norwegian documents in UNESCO Memory of the World Register
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- December 1st, 2014
Phone: +47 51 51 62 10
In partnership with the National Archives of Norway and the regional State Archives in Stavanger the Mission Archives has now published parish records from China at the Digital Archives. A total of 99 protocols will be available. The material is from the collection of records from the work of the Norwegian Mission Society in the province of Hunan from 1902 until 1949. Read more
Tor Arne S. Berntsen defended his PhD thesis on Wednesday 5-6 November.
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.
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.
Maria Tendenes - Coordinator of studies
phone: + 47 51 51 62 82
Visiting hours: Mon - Fri: 12 - 14.00
Sissel Gjøvikli - Executive Officer/Exam
Visiting hours : Mon - Fri: 12 - 14.00
phone: +47 51 51 62 33
Inger Brit Haugen - Executive Officer/Application
Visiting hours: Mon - Thurs: 09.00 - 11
phone: +47 51 51 62 24
Phone: +47 51 51 62 10
International applicants for the master in theology and master i global studies should fill in the paperbased application form and send to MHS with all need documentation before the deadline: March 1.
Admission requirements is posted under the respective studyprogram.
Applicants from outside the EU/EEA area must document that they can finance their stay in Norway. Applicants who do not provide satisfactory documented evidence for financing will be rejected regardless of academic qualifications.
The MHS provides six scholarships for students from developing countries through the Quota Scheme. This is a programme funded by the Norwegian government. Normally only applicants with a supportingletter and priority from our partnerinsitutions will be admitted on this programme. The scholarships are given to students both at the master in theology and master in global studies.
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.