We will open for applications from febuary 1st. 2014
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If you need help submitting you application please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
or by telephone (+47) 78448400
Once the student is accepted to the programme, there are no additional entry requirements for individual courses.
The entry requirements to the programme are in accordance with the Norwegian Forskrift om krav til mastergrad (FOR 2005-12-01 nr 1392), paragraph 5 (§ 5. Krav til erfaringsbasert mastergrad av 90 eller 120 studiepoengs omfang). 
In accordance with the provisions of this paragraph, applicants should have completed one of the following:
Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism, Social Sciences or Humanities; or
A so-called cand.mag-degree; or
Other degree or vocational training of a minimum of 3 years; or
A degree that according to § 3-4 in the Norwegian Act on Universities and University Colleges (Lov om universitet og høyskoler) is considered to be equal to the above mentioned degrees or forms of education.
In addition, applicants should have a minimum of two years of relevant practical experience.
If necessary, due to the uniqueness of the programme and to the scarcity of university programmes offered within many indigenous areas, the Sámi University College will evaluate whether documented qualifications other than those mentioned above could partially or fully be considered equal to the ones mentioned. Experience of working within indigenous or minority ethnic media is considered a merit.
Applicants need to demonstrate sufficient language skills:
Sámi students need to demonstrate language skills in North Sámi and English
Foreign students need to demonstrate their knowledge of English.
Students will have to prove their language skills in Sámi or English either on the basis of their earlier education, or by passing a language test: a Sámi language test as organized by the Sámi University College, or an internationally recognized English-language test.
The programme has two main languages, North Sámi and English. A working knowledge of English is required of all participants, thus enabling a common language for all students. English will also be the most common language for the literature used. However, literature in other languages can also be used where possible and appropriate, especially in cases where literature in Sámi language is available.
The number of accepted students per programme will be 15. Out of these, five students are expected to be international students coming from outside of Sámiland. The Programme is planned for a three-year cycle, where a new cohort of students are accepted every three years.