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Laws and regulations

On this page you will find BI's Academic Regulations and links to laws and regulations that apply to students at BI.

BI's Academic regulations 2019-2020

Regulations relating to Admission, Studies and Examinations
at BI Norwegian Business School

 

Previous Academic Regulations: 
Regulations Spring 2019

Chapter 1 - General regulations

CHAPTER 2 – Application for admission and contractual obligations

CHAPTER 3 – Studies, admission to a course or specific programme of study

CHAPTER 4 – Degrees and diplomas

CHAPTER 5 – Examination

CHAPTER 6 - Entry into Force

Enter into force from the academic year 2019/2020


Academic Regulations at BI Norwegian Business School adopted by the Board on 1 June 2018, under the provisions of the Act relating to Universities and University Colleges of 1 April 2005 no. 15. The present regulations enter into force on 1 August 2018.

Changes adopted 7 December 2018 and 18 June 2019. Changes adopted 7 December 2018 are effective immediately. Changes adopted 18 June 2019 are effective from the academic year 2019/2020.

Laws

The Norwegian Parliament has prohibited the use of face-covering clothing in an educational setting. At all universities and colleges, it is forbidden for students and employees to use clothing that completely or partially covers the face. The law only applies in settings of teaching and instruction, and does not apply during breaks or in other areas at the institution. Violation of the provision may ultimately result in expulsion.
Act relating to Universities and and University Colleges § 7-9_Norwegian

 

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