HOW WILL THE TEACHING BE ORGANISED THIS AUTUMN?

A mix of teaching on campus and online
Our plans for teaching and lectures this autumn are made in line with the current guidelines from the government. The society is gradually reopening, and the same will apply to your presence on campus. We must continue to keep our distance, and there will be limitations as to how many of you that can be present at the same time. In case the infection level were to rise again, we are also prepared to switch to digital teaching only, if necessary.

International students enrolled in BI’s Bachelor or Master programmes, who are unable to enter Norway and follow the on-campus teaching, will be offered an adequate digital solution, enabling them to follow planned teaching and take exams from abroad.

Two-hour lectures between 08:00 - 18:45
To be able to offer as much campus-based teaching as possible, we plan lectures in two-hour slots. In addition, there will be digital supplements to the teaching in all courses. There will be one lecture-free hour in the middle of the day to facilitate for counselling, guidance, group work etc.

Normally, BI does not have ordinary lectures after 17:00. Because of the extraordinary times we are in, be prepared that some lectures may be held up until 18:45.

Temporary lecture schedule:

  • 08:00 - 09:45
  • 10:00 - 11:45
  • 13:00 - 14:45
  • 15:00 - 16:45
  • 17:00 - 18:45


When is the course schedule ready?

  • Master- and PhD: approx. 15 June
  • Bachelor: approx. 1 July

Online teaching 

BI offers digital teaching alternatives in all courses.  

Self-study 

Many resources and guidance services are available, although libraries and group rooms are not open.