78 per cent find green living difficult
Youngsters want to live climate-friendly, but are not willing to give up holiday flights, shows study from NHH and UiB.
Youngsters want to live climate-friendly, but are not willing to give up holiday flights, shows study from NHH and UiB.
Marte Johansen Rognli (23) from Alta hardly knew anyone when she moved to Bergen – the city between the seven mountains. Now she wants to learn more about finance, by taking one of NHH’s nine specialisations.
The coronavirus pandemic did not put a damper on NHH students’ careers, according to a new survey. ‘Always a demand for talented business graduates.’
For the fourth year in a row, the Norwegian School of Economics has the country’s most popular study programmes: 2,170 applicants have NHH as their first choice. ‘A rock-solid education for the labour market of the future,’ says Rector Øystein Thøgersen.
`We need to increase the awareness of the research contributions made by women at NHH ´, Associate Professor and Vice Rector for research Malin Arve says.
‘Technological and economics skills are becoming more important than ever,’ says former NHH student, Aelon Nicolson. He is now working as a Global Data Specialist at Bloomberg in London.
Vilde Glesnes (24) completed her master's degree during the pandemic and was offered a job while she was still a student. The same is true for most of the people with whom she studied.
This year's NHH Symposium asks how we will shape Norway's future over the next seven years. ‘Our ambition is to point out the possibilities,’ says programme executive Harald Sollohub Stensaker.
The latest study Barometer survey shows that NHH scores particularly well when it comes to relevance to working life. ‘Our students are among the most satisfied in Norway,’ says Vice Rector Stig Tenold.
`During my career I have met other women who are passionate about what they do, and they have fun doing so. They have made me want to be like them´, Associate Professor at NHH, Malin Arve says.
Dinogen Uruthiran (23) is the leader of what is perhaps Norway's most active student association. His advice to new students: ‘Do what keeps you motivated.’
The electric car giant excels in the Norwegian Innovation Index 2022. ‘Tesla has turned the car industry upside down,’ says NHH Professor Tor W. Andreassen.
‘We want to contribute to more NHH students gaining competence and practical experience within the Norwegian asset management environment,’ says NHH's Rector Øystein Thøgersen.
NHH professor Katrine V. Løken will lead an expert group that will look at how kindergartens, schools and day care facilities for schoolchildren (SFO) can contribute to equalizing social differences.
Mina Henni Røhme (25) and Ina Lisa Tobiassen (24) received the award for best master’s thesis in 2022 at the Department of Economics.
No matter the questions, our international student ambassadors can answer them. Get to know them better and find out what is their best NHH memory.
NHH is ranked as number 45 on the Financial Times’ overall ranking and has thus climbed ten places compared with last year's ranking.
Don't fear doomsday, but invest in innovation before a crisis hits, says Professor Bram Timmermans. Handling external shocks was the topic when NHH and Telenor invited to "The HUB Summit".
Lars Erik Lund, Veidekke's Executive Vice President for Strategy and Sustainability, is NHH Alumni of the Year. He received the award during the alumni conference in Oslo.
The environment is the single greatest concern facing business leaders, according to a new CEMS report.
NHH has the country's best full-time master's programme in economics and business administration and is the only Norwegian business school in the latest Financial Times ranking.
During Welcome Week at NHH, the new bachelor students met mentors from the business community. Many of the students greatly impressed the mentors during the case work.
NHH lecturers and statisticians Geir Drage Berentsen and Håkon Otneim employed a new approach to teaching during the pandemic. They’ve now received the Inspirational Teaching Award and the sum of NOK 250,000 to share between them.
Chief Economist and Corporate Vice President at Microsoft Michael Schwarz visits NHH this week. In this open lecture, Schwarz will talk about cryptocurrency demand and valuation.
The prestigious awards Ingvar Wedervang Young Researcher Award and The Honour Award for Excellent Research were given to Katrine V. Løken and Paul N. Gooderham.
Professor of law and competition expert Pinar Akman delivered the first keynote speech at the annual BECCLE conference on competition policy.
NHH Norwegian School of Economics has earned AACSB business accreditation. `We congratulate NHH and Rector Øystein Thøgersen on earning accreditation, and applaud the entire NHH team´, said Stephanie M. Bryant at AACSB.
For a third year in a row, NHH's study program is the country´s most popular. 2 073 applicants have NHH as their first choice. – I am greatly satisfied, says rector Øystein Thøgersen.
LSE-professor John Van Reenen gives The Sandmo Lecture On Public Policy on Friday 29 April. Title of his lecture: "Inequality and Superstar Firms"
Real estate developer and vineyard owner Vlado Magula from Slovakia makes a short stop at the school that gave him confidence to follow his dream and go into quality wines based on local grapes in Slovakia.
Very strong labour market for NHH candidates: More than 97 per cent of graduates were in employment or continuing their studies after completing their master’s degree. The median income also rose substantially.
Mohammed Mardan has been promoted to professor in the field of Business Economics.
The European University ENGAGE.EU takes a stand on the war in Ukraine:
- Our thoughts go to the Ukrainian people, says Rector Øystein Thøgersen. He says that NHH does not have any students on exchange this semester in Ukraine or Russia.
IKEA leads the Commercial Innovation Index for the sixth year in a row, while NRK, Posten and the Norwegian Tax Administration are among the newcomers on the top lists.
Many fear that a hybrid workplace will damage their ability to learn from colleagues. Here are ten tips from the CEMS alliance on how to learn more effectively from the home office.
‘Our applicants know that we offer a future-oriented education,’ says NHH Rector Øystein Thøgersen. He is looking forward to the start of the semester in August.
Natalie Milde (29) secured a position in Berlin after completing the Innovation School. ‘An increasing number of students want to work abroad,’ says Vice Rector for Academic Affairs, Stig Tenold.
Embla Jansen and Stine-Mari Stavik won the ISACA Norway Chapter's award for best master's thesis. They have examined how the share market reacted to 42 of the world’s biggest cyberattacks.
NHH is ranked as number 55 on the Financial Times’ overall ranking, and has thus climbed seven places compared with last year's ranking.
‘It is not surprising that the US market in particular is interested in a book about the hidden power of numbers,’ says NHH professor Helge Thorbjørnsen.
Differences in infant mortality between rich and poor Norwegians have never been less pronounced than they are now, new NHH study reveals.
Three international students are now ready to answer all your questions on student life at NHH. Get to know them better and why they chose NHH.
Environmental challenges overtakes technological advancement as the biggest challenge leaders will face, shows a new CEMS study. 'I am not surprised,' says Associate Professor Tina Saebi.
NHH graduate Jens Aarre Seip wants to lower the threshold for asking questions during lectures. Now, the start-up has secured agreements with 11 Norwegian educational institutions, including NHH.
Are you curious about what being an NHH student is really like? Recently NHH started using a new chatting and blogging tool.
An international alliance of leading educational institutions in Europe will cooperate to address the major societal challenges of our time. 'This is an important project for NHH,' says Rector Øystein Thøgersen.
According to the international network CEMS, being more personal and showing a greater interest in other people’s lives is now order of the day. ‘Don’t be afraid to show toys lying around,’ says a researcher at NHH.
The number of student consultants in SEB incubator has increased from four to 16 over the past year. While SEB provides local, professional advice, the NHH students provide free consultancy services.
The new committee will look at licences in the aquaculture industry. Research director and adjunct professor Linda Nøstbakken will chair the committee.
The Master's degree programme at NHH is the best in the country, according to a new ranking.
Nicolai Tangen, CEO of Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM), holds this year's Lehmkuhl Lecture at NHH on 28 October.
Each year huge sums are invested in development programmes, but how effective are they? The Development Learning Lab aims to answer this.
ESG reporting is crucial, in order to make real progress towards a sustainable future. Hussnain Bashir and Ibrahim Pelja are therefore starting a new master´s course. `The most important element of the course being that companies need to be transparent and honest´, Bashir says.
Sissel Jensen at the Department of Economics has been promoted to full professor at NHH. Ivar Kolstad at the Department of Accounting, Auditing and Law and Walter Pohl at the Department of Finance have also been promoted from associate professor to professor this spring.
Bjørg Marit Eknes (52) will be Director Organisation and Governance at NHH. She comes from the position as Director of Strategic Alliances in Sparebanken Vest.
NHH Norwegian School of Economics sets another new application record this spring. 2 221 applicants had the Siviløkonom programme (Bachelor and Master) as their number one choice, which makes this education the most popular in the country.
Last week, 110 CEMS students joined The CEMS Nordic Forum. The student conference, hosted by NHH Norwegian School of Economics, gathered highly motivated local and international students.
In January, 22-year-old Stine Stolpestad took over as the leader of NHHS. She wants to make it an even more inclusive student association.
Did you miss out on the NHH mini conference on financial secrecy 24 March? The conference was digital and you now can watch the video and listen to experts discussing if financial institutions are capable of detecting criminal activity, as required by the regulations.
A massive 97 per cent of students who graduated with a master's degree from NHH in spring 2020 and who have jobs are in relevant employment. Most were offered a job before completing their degree.
Overall, NHH students are satisfied with their studies, but are missing their social life, according to the latest Study Barometer.
In 2017, NHH graduate Izabella Hawrylko (28) took up a coveted position with Microsoft. Last year, she ended in third place in E24’s ranking of the best tech-heads in the country.
The Norwegian Innovation Index 2020 voted Sbanken, Netflix and HBO as the best in digital innovation.
Marius Bratsberg has attended the Norwegian School of Entrepreneurship at NHH and learnt simple measures that can make or break an idea.
NHH student Inger Mirjam Madland (26) secured a job at her dream workplace before she started work on her master’s thesis.
Covid-19 is creating long-lasting changes to business and industry and the view of what constitutes a good leader. A new international survey shows that 'the world' now values leaders who are clearly empathetic and are tolerant of failure.
NHH finishes at 62nd place in the FT collective rank of European business schools. It is a considerable descent from last year. The reason is that NHH was not ranked in one of the underlying partial ranks previously this autumn.
`To win the CEMS Business Project of the Year Award, in fierce competition with teams from top business schools around the world, really shows the high quality of the students’ work´, Jan I. Haaland, NHH Academic Director for CEMS says.
Board at the Norwegian School of Economics has decided to offer Øystein Thøgersen the position as rector for the coming rector period. Accession is 1 August 2021, and the term of office has a duration until 31 July 2025.
The Bergen Night trek for the UN Sustainable Development Goals is postponed due to Covid 19.
With Yara onboard as a CEMS Corporate Partner, alongside Equinor, NHH has now secured two very strong Norwegian multinational companies as partners in the CEMS alliance.
NHH has now achieved two of three accreditations that are included in “Triple Crown”. Contributes to increased quality and that we remain attractive for excellent students and employees, says Rector Øystein Thøgersen
On Monday 7 September, Minister of Finance Jan Tore Sanner visits NHH. Sanner will meet the NHH rectorate and a join a live question and answer session with the students.
‘We must bring the customers into the conversation about development work to a much greater extent,’ says Professor and Centre Director Tor W. Andreassen. 1 September is the launch of the NHH DIG centre.
Associate Professor Alexander L.P. Willén has studied the effects of a scheme whereby students are given a free gym membership if they visit the gym 50 times per semester.
Although former NHH student Jens Aas has yet to turn 30, he has already worked on sustainability on three different continents.
NHH's new centre DIG aims to become the number one research environment for innovation in Norway. The centre will cooperate with 15 leading businesses and is scheduled to open in September.
The Norwegian School of Economics will receive NOK four million from the Research Council of Norway to conduct research on how COVID-19 affects companies’ knowledge competence and their new digital everyday life.
Alexander W. Cappelen and Aksel Mjøs are among the members of the reference groups for the EU's new research and innovation programme Horizon Europe.
The Norwegian School of Economics is among three Norwegian educational institutions set to be awarded status as European Universities.
The lockdown in Norway has been successful in reducing the pressure on the healthcare system. If Norway would have followed the more lenient Swedish response, the peak number of COVID19 hospitalizations would have been three times higher.
Postdoctoral fellow Ranveig Falch at FAIR says that happiness has dropped in Norway and in the U.S. during the COVID-19 crisis.
Professor Ola H. Grytten explains what makes the coronavirus crisis unique, and compares it to other crisis.
Research conducted at NHH shows that there is a critical point at which a neighbourhood develops towards complete segregation.
Associate Professors at the Department of Business and Management Science, Floris Zoutman and Evelina Gavrilova-Zoutman, awarded for article on legalizing medical marijuana.
Through the company Mycroft, PhD candidate Christian Braathen makes it easier to create good work schedules. He is now set to receive NOK 1 million from the Research Council of Norway.
A new master’s thesis from NHH shows what Norwegian hotel chains do when digital platforms become intermediaries between the customer and the hotel.
‘We can expect increased instability in the Norwegian economy going forward. Norway is affected by global uncertainty, and we are now seeing the Corona virus causing increased uncertainty in the markets,’ says Gernot Doppelhofer, Professor at NHH.
On 11 March, the grocery industry will be attending a conference in Oslo on the topic ‘death of the high street and the industry shift’. ‘There is no shortage of excitement in the grocery industry,’ says head of FOOD Frode Steen.
Businesses fight to attract candidates from NHH. A record-high 99 per cent of those who left NHH with a master’s degree in spring 2019 have found relevant work, shows NHH’s labour market survey.
“I never set myself the explicit goal to become a professor. I have just been doing what I like. This is a fantastic day for me”, Bram Timmermans says.
Women make up only 28 per cent of executive management positions in banking and finance, according to a report from the Finance Sector Union of Norway. NHH wants to change this.
Mette Viddal Øi (25) works on preventing and uncovering money laundering. ‘Banks manage substantial assets and are responsible for making sure these assets are not used in a criminal capacity.
Former NHH student, Emma Hartland (29), is moving to the other side of the world to work for Telenor Myanmar. She believes that the international opportunities she took advantage of at NHH have been decisive for where she is today.
Students at NHH are among the country’s most satisfied students, according to the national survey Studiebarometeret.
‘It is perhaps the best way to acquire as much knowledge as possible in a master’s degree,’ says Sabrina Maria Erlacher. She and Beatriz Soares Magalhães are taking a double degree at NHH and Nova.
Former NHH student Francesca Accerbi travelled from a little village on the Ligurian coast in Northern Italy and ended up in Orkla’s headquarters.
One thing in particular makes Stine Vintervoll very happy: NHH students with a passion for the environment.
NHH gives staff a charity gift card, which they can spend on the cause they wish to support. ‘We want to create less waste and support good causes,’ says Rector Øystein Thøgersen.