Master Program in Education in Norway

View all Masters Programs in Education in Norway 2017/2018

Education

Norway is a top choice for students seeking a Master in Education degree. Norway has excellent quality academic programs combined with a high standard of living, making the educational experience truly exceptional. There is also an international student population, further enriching the Master in Education program by allowing for students to learn from differing perspectives and backgrounds.

In Norway, a Master in Education program generally takes 2 years of full-time study to complete. Students will explore different teaching theories, approaches, assessment strategies, research, and policy issues. With a Master in Education in Norway, students can also choose an area of particular interest for specialization, such as administration, adult learning, primary education, special education, language instruction, and leadership, to name a few.

If you would like to learn more about a Master in Education program in Norway, then take a look through the programs below and find the opportunities that are waiting for you!

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Master's Degree in Assessment and Evaluation

University of Oslo
Campus Full time Part time 2 years August 2018 Norway Oslo + 1 more

This programme aims to train the next generation of assessment and evaluation specialists, combining technical and analytical skills with communication and representation skills. [+]

This programme aims to train the next generation of assessment and evaluation specialists, combining technical and analytical skills with communication and representation skills.

Assessment and Evaluation

Assessment and Evaluation are at the heart of modern society where quality assurance of education is crucial, where testing practices at school are debated in the media, where training and selection fosters the human capital vital to successful companies, and where accountability questions ask for evidence-based policy and decision making.

Assessment

"The more you teach without finding out who understands the concepts and who doesn’t, the greater the likelihood that only already-proficient students will succeed."- Grant Wiggins... [-]