Norweigan University of Life Sciences, Akershus, Universitetstunet 3.
Research at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences is enabling people all over the world to tackle the big, global challenges regarding the environment, sustainable development, how to improve human and animal health, renewable energy sources, food production, and land- and resource management. The university has 5200 students and 1700 employees working in 64 different study programs.
The Department for Learning and Teacher Education offers teaching competence in science disciplines and agriculture. It is the only institution in Norway where a teacher can achieve accreditation for both areas. It is also the only teacher college in Norway that has chosen education for sustainable development as the overarching theme for teacher training.
Research at NMBU includes basic research and applied research, providing a foundation for education, research training and research geared towards the private sector. Research is mainly focused on Environmental Sciences, Veterinary medicine, Food Science, Biotechnology, Aquaculture and Business Development. It also has a strong interdisciplinary and international approach. There is a strong link between research and the NMBU study programs; students at the Master and PhD level are often involved in many research activities. Research is also a joint venture between research institutes in Ås. Together, the university and the institutions represent the largest research environments for life sciences in Norway.
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