Information for non-Norwegian applicants to Bible, Ministry and Mission

Admission to Bible, Ministry and Mission is closed for the spring semester 2019.

How do I register an application?

Applications for our fall semester 2019 (which starts in mid-August) can be registered in our local admission system. The local application system for the fall semester 2019 opens on February 1st, 2019.


When do I need to apply?

Applicants from outside EU/EEA who need to apply for a residence permit to attend the programme, must register their application for the fall semester 2019 within March 1st, 2019.

Applicants with EU/EEA citizenship or who already have a valid residence permit may apply for the programme until April 15th, 2018. Please remember to upload a copy of your permit when applying after March 1st. The permit must be valid for the semester for which you wish to apply.


What kind of documentation do I need?

All documentation is uploaded to your application. The general requirement for studying on a higher level in Norway is called Higher Education Entrance Qualification. The exact requirements vary from each country but is usually comprised of the applicant’s high school education, one or two years of university studies and sufficient proficiency in English.

The requirements for your country can be found on the home page for the Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education (NOKUT). Applicants from countries where a high school diploma doesn’t cover the requirements for English proficiency must upload test results from an international English test, such as TOEFL, IELTS etc. English on Norwegian high school level will also meet the requirement.

If you’re an EU/EEA citizen or have a valid residence permit and are applying between March 1st-April 15th, you must also upload documentation proving your citizenship or residence permit.


When can I expect a reply?

The standard processing period for applications in our local admission system is three weeks. Once your application is registered, a case officer will be in touch with you per e-mail informing you of your time limit for uploading relevant documentation. If all relevant documentation is already uploaded to your application, the case officer will proceed with the administrative procedure.

When your application has been processed, a letter with offer of admission or rejection will be generated and uploaded to your application. Note: To access this letter, you must log in to your application. The letter is not sent by e-mail. If you are admitted, you must confirm that you accept your offer within the listed time limit.

I have been accepted at FIUC. What do I do now?

If you have been accepted at FIUC, the following steps describe your way forward:

  1. You must accept your offer within the time limit mentioned on your admission letter. You can register “Yes” or “No” by logging in to your application.
  2. If you need to apply for a residence permit to study at FIUC, you must contact the Norwegian Directorate of Immigration (UDI). More information regarding residence permit and deposit account can be found here. Should your application for a residence permit be denied, please contact FIUC and inform us that you will not be able to attend the course.
  3. Applicants from outside EU/EEA may need to make a monetary deposit to a designated deposit account. More information will be given upon admission.
  4. Once you’ve accepted the offer and your student data is registered at FIUC, you will receive information on how to complete your semester registration in the Student web system (Studentweb). The registration includes both signing up for classes and paying the required fees. Students at FIUC generate their own invoice in Studentweb. Failure to complete the semester registration within the September 1st will result in revocation of your student right.


What are the fees for the programme?

For information regarding tuition fee, semester fee etc. at FIUC, please see our list of fees.

Where can I find information about the programme and the class schedule?

Up-to-date information regarding the different programmes can be found on the FIUC home page. Scroll down to the section called Verktøy for studentene (Tools for students). The menu called Forelesningskataloger shows the Schedule for each week, while Studieplaner shows the Programme Description where you can find information about each course and its curriculum.

I have questions. Who can I contact?

For questions regarding the application process, please contact our Executive Officer, Mr. Ingar T. Hauge ( For questions regarding the study programme, registration or general questions regarding the student life at FIUC, please contact our Student Adviser, Mr. Aage Myksvoll (