Welcome new Hedda Master students!

Each year, we have had a highly international groups of students, as well as a diverse set of disciplinary backgrounds, providing a unique learning environment for the students. This year, we are welcoming the largest cohort we have had from the beginning of the Hedda programme  which celebrated its tenth anniversary in 2012.

We would like to welcome the newest group of Master students to the Department of Education at the University of Oslo!

We wish you all the best for the next two years and look forward to getting to know this new group here on the Hedda blog through Spotlights and Chronicles where our students and alumni share their experiences about being an international student and getting to know the field of higher education.

First year Hedda master student Seyran Khalili

First year Hedda master student Seyran Khalili (Norway)

This year, the new group of students includes students from Asian countries such as China and Nepal, African countries such as Mozambique, Ghana and Ethiopia, students from Colombia and the US representing the Americas, and students from various European countries, including Poland, Russia, Italy, Macedonia and Greece. Last but by no means least – we have our largest ever group of Norwegian students! We are also extremely delighted to host  three exchange students for the autumn semester, glad to have you around!

First time to meet fellow students at the course

First time to meet fellow students at the course

 

First meeting with the teachers of the course over an informal lunch

First meeting with the teachers of the course over an informal lunch

Welcome!