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Norwegian School of Veterinary Science
Established 1935
Location Oslo, Norway
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Students 470
  Undergraduates 390
  Postgraduates 80
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About Us

First established in 1935, the Norwegian School of Veterinary Science (NVH) is the only institution in Norway that is authorized to offer education and award professional and PhD degrees within the field of veterinary medicine and related sciences. The school is also responsible for the major part of all veterinary research conducted in the country.


NVH is a state owned, autonomous institution of higher education, with university level status. The school has a student body of 470, including 80 doctoral students.

NVH has four academic departments, all involved in teaching and research:
- Department of Basic Sciences & Aquatic Medine
- Department of Food Safety & Infection Biology
- Department of Production Animal Clincal Sciences
- Department of Companion Animal Clincal Sciences

While the main campus is based at Adamstua in Oslo, the Sections for Artic Veterinary Medicine and Small Ruminants are based, respectively, in Tromsø above the arctic circle, and Sandnes in the south west of the country.

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