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  • HiOA - About Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences
    university college HiOA has four faculties located at two campuses Pilestredet and Kjeller Facts about HiOA The Faculties Faculty of Health Sciences Faculty of Education and International Studies Faculty of Social Sciences Faculty of Technology Art and Design The Centres Centre for the Study of Professions Centre for Welfare and Labour Research NOVA and AFI National Centre for Multicultural Education HiOA Campuses Organisation More about HiOA Strategy The history of

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/About-HiOA (2015-09-15)
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  • HiOA - Learning Centre and Library
    The libraries Learning support AV Services Diversity in Pedagogical Practices English for Academic Purposes LATINA lab Courses help and supervision Courses and supervision Book a librarian IT support Tutorials YouTube Find academic literature Ask us on facebook or twitter HiOA Archives ODA Open Digital Archive Fagarkivet HiOA Film Books and movies in Persian You can now borrow books and movies in Persian by visiting our collection in the library in

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/Learning-Centre-and-Library (2015-09-15)
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  • HiOA - Enlarge the contents of this site
    To increase the size of the text PC Hold down the Ctrl key and press the to enlarge or to reduce the text size Mac Hold Cmd key Command key and press the to enlarge or to reduce the text size A more detailed description on how to zoom in different browsers Internet Explorer Select the View tab Zoom Zoom in out Select the percentage Mozilla Firefox Select the View

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/Enlarge-the-contents-of-this-site (2015-09-15)
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  • HiOA - Faculties and centres
    Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences Faculties and centres Faculties and centres Faculties and centres at Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences Faculties Health Sciences Education and International Studies Social Sciences Technology Art and Design Centres Centre for Welfare and Labour Research Work Research Institute AFI and Norwegian Social Research NOVA Centre for the Study of Professions National Centre for Multicultural Education Nettredaksjonen HiOA About us

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/About-HiOA/Faculties-and-centres (2015-09-15)
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  • HiOA - Focusing on people
    In addition to ethics the study programme includes pathology anatomy pharmaceuticals and procedures they say Male nurses They are attending the first year of full time studies under the Bachelor of Nursing programme at HiOA There are approximately 600 students at this level divided between two classes including around 100 boys There are several reasons why it can be important to get boys to study nursing There is the consideration for the patient Even though it shouldn t be important some have gender preferences when it comes to care personnel In addition every working environment is improved by having a good gender balance Men can also be more direct and we do not necessarily take everything so seriously they say with a smile Not sissies They stress that even if society needs more male nurses the decision to study nursing should be well founded Many probably see nursing as the easy choice But it is no easy education It involves a lot of reading and much effort they say Their school day is varied Some days they are in a ward attending to patients and being trained in various tasks Other days are spent studying on their own or in a group with or without mandatory attendance Many work on their own On some days we attend lectures during the day or in the evening Since we are divided into two classes we can vary the timetable a bit they say They do not feel that the study programme in nursing is more suitable for girls The body is cool It has muscles and things Healthcare is not for sissies it s more of a neutral field Many probably consider it to be a profession for women It may have been so in the past but not anymore There are

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  • HiOA - Admission
    apply to Exchange studies Applications for the Spring semester exchange 2016 are now Open Deadlines 1st October 2015 for all applicants Bachelor s Degree programmes HiOA only offers Bachelor s Degree programmes in Norwegian All applicants must fulfill the Norwegian language requirement and follow the same admission process as Norwegian students Information about how to apply is therefore available in Norwegian only Master s Degree programmes Applications open 15th October for studies starting August 2015 Deadline non EU EEA students apply by 15 December all other applicants 1 March HiOA International Summer School Apply before 1 March for HiOA International Summer School 2015 Studying in Norway Residence Permit and Visa Quota Scheme Accommodation for international students Renewal of Residence Pemit How to finance your studies Contact us For questions concerning admission Admissions Office For other inquiries International Office Questions regarding Summer School Academic Affairs Academic Calendar Acts and Regulations Examinations Special arrangements in connection with examinations Appeal against the determination of a grade Leave of Absence Learning Environment U Multirank Verification of Diplomas Update personal information Services Tools and Safety Links to on campus services and student tools Services Career Counselling ICT User Support Opening hours Order a new semester

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/Studies/Admission (2015-09-15)
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  • HiOA - Where do the happiest children live?
    Northern Europe are less happy with the way they look and their body than children from other parts of the world This dissatisfaction is commonly found among the children in their teens This is a matter of concern when we think of the social pressure on young girls to have ideal physical appearances Do we really want a society where ever younger children are unhappy with how they look Asks Elisabeth Backe Hansen The survey asked children about all key aspects of their lives including their family and home life friendships money and possessions school life local area time use personal well being views on children s rights and their overall happiness Simon Sommer Head of Research at the Jacobs Foundation which funded the work said We are delighted to see the first report from this major new international study The foundation is proud of being part of making complex research more accessible and to be one step closer to a better understanding of children s lives from their own perspectives With innovative research projects such as this we would like to strengthen the transfer of research into practice and provide information that is valuable for political decision makers and others to improve children s lives Girls and boys are equally happy Children s well being decreased between the ages of 10 and 12 in many European countries and in South Korea while there was no age pattern in other countries such as Israel and Ethiopia Overall happiness did not vary between girls and boys but there were significant gender differences in satisfaction with oneself body appearance and self confidence in Europe and South Korea but not in the other countries in the survey in Asia Africa and South America As well as asking children about their well being the survey also asked them about their lives including who they lived with how they spent their time and their experiences of children s rights These types of questions enable the project to paint a picture of how children s lives vary around the globe For example in terms of living arrangements well over half 61 of the participants from Nepal lived in a household consisting of parent s and grandparent s whereas in the UK Norway and Israel less than 10 of children did so The research also highlights the prevalence of children living in two different homes in some European countries over 10 of children in Norway England and Estonia a pattern which is rarely seen in some other countries in the survey The survey asked children about all key aspects of their lives including their family and home life friendships school life views on children s rights and their overall happiness Foto colourbox no Homework in Estonia caring for siblings in Nepal There were substantial differences between countries in how children spent their time For example children tended to report spending much more time on homework in Estonia and Poland than in South Korea and England Children in

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  • HiOA - Wants to make a difference for children and young people
    got a job as kindergarten teacher at Margarinfabrikken kindergarten in Oslo Making a difference Hakan s day to day work consists of comforting looking after playing with understanding guiding and teaching the kids There is a great need for professional expertise in Norwegian kindergartens For Hakan the kindergarten job is a learning experience and a start to a career in which he hopes to be able to help more vulnerable children I would like to eventually join the child welfare services he says Having grown up in Stovner in Oslo Hakan has first hand experience of the challenges the integration of immigrant youths entails These are the children he wishes to help in future and to serve as an example for I had good grades from secondary school and there were many options open to me when I applied to take higher education but I had worked as an activity leader in Stovner and that was my motivation for studying child care and welfare Hakan believes that those who want to work with children and young people must be fond of people be open have good communication skills and be easy to trust The children must feel that they are cared for he says Foto Mari Valen Høihjelle In the right place Hakan thinks that the bachelor s degree in child care and welfare has given him a good basis for dealing with the challenges he faces in his day to day work He emphasises that the periods of practical training in the first second and third year were particularly instructive The study programme is right on the button for those who like practical training Only six months into the first year I had a period of practical training at my former primary school That was a decisive time for

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/node_2273/Wants-to-make-a-difference-for-children-and-young-people (2015-09-15)
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