Queen Maud University College of Early Childhood Education offers bachelor’s degree programmes and master’s degree programmes, as well as further education courses.
The teaching is mainly given in Norwegian. In order to be admitted to a study programme, the applicant will have to prove advanced knowledge of Norwegian.
International exchange students
QMUC offers three different courses for international exchange students
, with focus on Early Childhood Education and Care in the Norwegian context. The teaching language is English, and applicants must have an acceptable level of English in order to be admitted to the courses.
Queen Maud University College has now one scholarship within the Quota Scheme Programme which students and teachers from the Competence Building Network for Early Childhood Education for South and East Africa can apply for along with eligible students and teachers from other partner institutions (Nicaragua and South Africa).
The Quota Scheme Programme gives the students the opportunity to enroll in a Bachelor’s programme or a Master’s Degree Programme in Early Childhood Education and Care, or in Special Education with an emphasis on ECEC.
The Quota Scheme is is now being terminated, there is currently one master student still enrolled in the programme, and he will be the last one.