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Admission requirements for Master in Special Education


Admission to Master in Special Education - Practical skills transformative learning requires the following (for EU/EEA/Swiss applicants only):

The applicant must upload the following documents in their application:

  • Bachelor’s degree diploma with transcript (Degree must meet the requirements of the Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education)
  • A reflective essay on your practical aesthetic skill, describing your experience and its relevance to the programme (maximum 1200 words – this can include examples e.g. photographs)
  • Work certificate confirming a min. of 2 years full time relevant work experience with children and/or adults within an educational context (must be written by your employer. CV is not accepted. The certificate must state if it is full time or if it is part time (if part time; hours or work percentage must be included in the reference))

If you are not a Norwegian citizen: Copy of your passport

The qualification and ranking of the applicants will be based on the documents requested above.

If there are more qualified applicants than places on the program, candidates could be subject to an additional admission interview. 

Note that this master programme is part time with sessions in both Norway and UK. 

English Language requirements

All non-native English speakers must provide official documentation of English language proficiency at a certain level.

You will find the list of accepted courses and minimum scores accepted here.