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Campus Kristiania

Campus Kristiania is the name of an education center including Oslo School of Management, Norwegian School of Creative Studies, Oslo School of Marketing and the NKS online learning. The Education center is owned by the Ernst G. Mortensen foundation and is among one of the largest contributors in the private education market in Norway. In addition to Oslo, Campus Kristiania offers education in Trondheim, Bergen, Stavanger, Kristiansand, T√łnsberg and Drammen and has approximately 70000 students. Campus Kristiania in Oslo has around 2000 students.

The school's history dates back to 1914 when Ernst G. Mortensen established the first correspondence school. The school received its current name in 2005.[1]

References

  1. ^ Campus Kristiania on WorldHeritage.no

External links

  • Campus Kristiania, homepage
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