A special master’s program is available to students from Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) within a consortium of six European universities, Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the Kingdom of Norway Nedim Makarevic confirmed.
Ambassador Makarevic explained that the master’s program covers universities from Norway, Finland, Estonia, Sweden, Denmark and France. The program is hosted by The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), and the BiH Embassy in Oslo has been working with them since June last year to make the program available to BiH students at Gjoevik, Arendal and Lillehammer.
There is a possibility of full and partial scholarships for BiH applicants, all depending on the individual qualification of the candidate.
It is a master program called SECCLO (Security and Cloud Computing) within the Erasmus Mundus platform, which lasts for two years and is very practical in nature. Students who complete this course receive a dual diploma, both from the university at which they started and the university at which the master’s program was completed.
Professor Nils Kalstad, Head of the Institute for Information Security and Communication Technologies at NTNU, explains that this program is designed specifically for those students who wish to have an excellent education in modern technologies and a better practice experience in two years.
For more information, especially regarding deadlines and administrative and technical aspects, Professor Kalstad emphasizes that BiH students should visit the video or contact the university directly at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org as well as mona. email@example.com.