Oslo Summer School in Comparative Social Science Studies 2018
Lecture Schedule and Social Events for the 2018 Course Program.
23 - 27 July and 30 July - 3 August 2018 (depending on which of the weeks you attend)
Monday morning 09.15 - 10.15 in the Eilert Sundt Building (The Faculty of Social Science Building).
Location of lectures and lunch
All activities, academic and social, arranged by the Oslo Summer School, will be located on Blindern Campus. The lectures will be given in Eilert Sundt building or Harriet Holter building, depending on which course you are attending.
[Note! Minor changes in the schedule may occur]
|09.15 - 10.15||Registration|
|10.15 - 12.00||Lecture 1||Lecture 3||Lecture 5||Lecture 7||Lecture 9|
|12.00 - 13.30||Lunch||Lunch||Lunch||Lunch||Lunch|
|13.30 - 15.30||Lecture 2||Lecture 4||Lecture 6||Lecture 8||Lecture 10|
|Oslo Bus Tour,
with Oslo Guide,
Lunch, Social Events and Sustainable Waste Management
Daily lunch: Upon Monday morning registration, you receive an electronic lunch card with the value of NOK 500 and you may use this lunch card to purchase food and drink from the cafeteria.
Monday Reception: A welcoming Reception for all students and lecturers. A welcoming speech by the Vice Dean of the Faculty of Social Science followed by brief presentation of the various lecturers and their courses. Tapas and drinks are free. The Reception will last about 2 hours.
Tuesday Guided Bus Tour of Oslo: Starting at 16.00 from Blindern Campus, it is a 3 hour guided bus tour taking you in and around Oslo and its environments. A walk through the Gustav Vigeland park as well as a visit to the Viking Ship Museum at the Bygdøy peninsula is included. The tour is free for all foreign participants in the Summer School. Remember to sign up in the Oslo Summer School information office during Monday or Tuesday to secure yourself a place.
Friday Farewell Event: A farewell arrangement takes place at Blindern Campus from 16.00. Food is free, but you must purchase any refreshments yourself. Remember to sign up in the Oslo Summer School information office by Wednesday at the latest. Participants with allergies can inform the Oslo Summer School staff in advance, and we serve suitable alternatives.
Sustainable Waste Management: As Norway’s leading university, University of Oslo practices a sustainable waste management. The ambition to increase the proportion of recycled waste is an important part of UiO's strategy to establish itself as a green university by 2020. Please contribute to reaching our goal of 80 per cent sorted waste by using the bins provided on campus. Please read up recycling stations around campus.
In addition, we encourage participants to socialize and discover Oslo together. The staff in our Summer School Information Office may suggest activities for students to explore, such as any concerts, events, places to visit, and other points of interest.