Study environment – Childhood Studies – Master programme – 2-years – Trondheim
You will attend regular lectures, seminars, and training workshops that support your learning. Emphasis is given to student-driven learning involving collaboration, reflection, experience sharing, and project-related tasks. Students can choose elective courses and pursue a topic for research linked to their interests and future career aspirations. They can also undertake fieldwork in a country of their choice. The program is interdisciplinary in that courses draw on and critically engage with diverse methodologies and theoretical ideas from across social science disciplines. Both students and lecturers have different disciplinary backgrounds. Students' critical and analytical inputs are important. All courses include students of different nationalities and cultural backgrounds.
Being a student in the Norwegian Centre for Child Research
Norwegian Centre for Child Research (NOSEB) at the Department of Education and Lifelong Learning has a strong international orientation. The centre hosts national and international guest researchers. The students in this programme will benefit from being a part of a strong international research milieu.
New students will be invited to participate in an introductory programme at the beginning of the semester.
Students in Trondheim have access to a lot of activities. Maybe you would like to hire a student cabin? Or perhaps you prefer hiking and shiing or other sports activities.
The student union IVRig
IVRig is a a student union for the students in the Department of Education and Lifelong Learning. IVRig arranges various activites. IVRig would like to include students of all ages and interests.