GSERM Oslo

The GSERM Global School in Empirical Research Methods is a high-calibre integrated generic programme on methodology launched by the University of St. Gallen.

We welcome PhD students, postdocs and also practioners from all kinds of study fields collecting data and analysing in different methods of statistics. You enhance your skills in block seminars taught by world-class faculty amongst an international crowd of participants.

At three different locations in Europe we offer courses in quantitative and qualitative statistics. Participants choose one course per week (24 contact hours) worth 4 ECTS, network with fellow researchers, and enjoy an interesting cultural programme.

Courses are offered from basic up to research level. Accommodation is offered and can be booked at an additional cost. All courses are taught in English.

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About the BI Norwegian Business School

From a single-man-initiative in a private kitchen, BI Norwegian Business School has developed into an internationally recognized and accredited research-oriented institution. Today, BI hosts one of Europe’s most productive academic environments in the areas of business economics and administration, marketing and management.

The three international accreditations EQUIS, AMBA and AACSB make give BI the highly prestigious Triple Crown status, as one of only 70 business schools world wide.

Four study locations across Norway and close to 20 000 students make BI one of the largest higher education institutions in the country. All international programmes are situated in Oslo. With a wide range of high-quality study programmes taught in English, BI attracts international students from across the world. At Oslo campus, some 9 000 Norwegian and international students enjoy our state-of-the-art learning and teaching facilities, engaging faculty and close relations to the Norwegian business sector.

On Campus facilities

The purpose-built building from 2005 provides an exciting and inspiring learning and teaching environment. The building is covered by a glass ceiling and comprises four blocks on seven levels. With a range of connections between them, the building might come across as a modern maze. However, you will soon feel at home and easily find your way. To locate your destination, the first letter (A, B, C or D) and the following number (0-7) will help you: For example, the BI study administration (including the International Office can be found in C3 – meaning C-block, 3rd floor.