Tagged: BI Norwegian School of Management

Make the world a better place

Last week more than 40 master’s students from the BI Norwegian School of Management, the University of Oslo and the Norwegian University of Life Sciences attended Gründercamp (Entrepreneur Camp) held at the BI Norwegian...

350 Exchange Students Autumn 2010

This semester BI welcomed more than 350 exchange students representing 100 universities from 45 countries. The students were met with an extensive introduction programme including everything from a case competition and intercultural workshop to...

Ambitions to climb

BI Norwegian School of Management has retained its place among the world’s 65 best business schools in the Financial Times ranking. BI has been ranked as number 29 among European universities and business schools....

BI offers Bachelor of Shipping and Finance

“If Norway is to succeed in retaining its position as one of the world’s leading shipping nations, it needs to have people with high and specialised competence,” says Tore Forsmo in the Norwegian Shipowners’...

Double degree in marketing

In an effort to develop our MSc in Strategic Marketing Strategy to a leading European program, on Feb. 2 BI formally signed an agreement with University of Groningen’s marketing department. This agreement will allow...

BI puts Innovation in practice

As an integrated part of its master programme, BI Norwegian School of Management is now entering into its first work placement agreement in Norway. Oslo Innovation Center AS and BI Norwegian School of Management...

BI professor wins prestigious Swedish award

Professor Jonas Söderlund of BI Norwegian School of Management has received a prestigious Swedish award for outstanding research within Human Resources (HR). RESEARCH AWARD: Outstanding HR Research Söderlund recently received the award HR research of...

World-class marketing researcher

Professor Kenneth H. Wathne of BI Norwegian School of Management is ranked as one of the most productive researchers in the world within the field of market research Professor Kenneth H. Wathne of BI...

BI welcomed 138 new exchange students last week

In the coldest week Norway has experienced for years, with degrees down to -28 degrees C, students from all parts of the world arrived in Oslo. Due to the cold weather some students experienced...