Macro-economist and professor Øystein Thøgersen has his first day as rector of NHH today.
News from NHH
The day was finally there! On Friday June 17 NHH arranged The Graduation Ceremony for master students who have finished their degree at NHH. Congratulations and good luck to you all.
Therese E. Sverdrup will be Deputy Rector for Innovation and Development in Rector Øystein Thøgersen’s new team. Linda Nøstbakken will be the new Deputy Rector for Education.
NHH and AFF come in 48th place in the Financial Times’ prestigious ranking of the best open executive education programmes in the world.
Winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, Bengt R. Holmström, and former member of Barack Obama's Council of Economic Advisers, Sandra E. Black, are two of five professors who are appointed new honorary doctors at NHH.
How can companies adapt to a changing world? This is the theme of this year's CEMS Nordic Forum, which NHH is hosting these days.
On Tuesday 14 March 2017, NHH hosted a kick-off seminar for the new CEMS Strategic Partnership project “Sustainable Business Models”. The project is funded by Erasmus+ for the next two years.
NHH’s Board has today appointed Øystein Thøgersen as the school’s new rector.
Almost 75 per cent of the NHH students have a job by the time they graduate, according to the latest NHH labour market survey.
Kari Olrud Moen (b. 1969) has been appointed as the next chairperson of the board at NHH Norwegian School of Economics. When she takes up the position in August, she will be the first external person and the first woman to head NHH’s board.
Last week NHH Professor Thore Johnsen was celebrated for his contributions to NHH for more than 40 years. Friends and colleagues honoured him with an anthology.
On 22 December Professor Thore Johnsen turned 70. Last Friday he was celebrated for his contributions to NHH for more that 40 years.
Professor Jan Ubøe is this semester's winner of the Bronze Sponge, the NHH bachelor's students' teaching award. He receives the award for his efforts in the course MAT011.
Thore Haakon Johnsen turns 70 on 22 December 2016, and will become professor emeritus at NHH from January 2017.
Six people have applied for the position as NHH Rector.
NHH climbs two places and is ranked as number 38 in the Financial Times’ most recent overall ranking of the best business schools in Europe.
This week the master students Marie L. Lerøy and Lena Nord are participating at the annual OECD Global Forum on Trade in Paris.
The NHH project Sustainable Business Models has been allocated funding from the Erasmus+ programme called Strategic partnerships.
Despite the difficult economic times, a record number of companies have registered for the Career Fair at NHH.
Only one per cent of NHH graduates are unemployed according to a graduate survey from the Student Welfare Organisation in Bergen (SiB).