Learning Environment Committee
The Learning Environment
The learning environment includes the entire academic life; the physical learning environment, the psychosocial learning environment, universal design and the welfare offers. You will find information about the learning environment at UMB below.
An inclusive environment
Photo: Randi Setrom Brunborg
Universal design is the design of products and environments in such a way that all people, to the greatest extent possible, can utilise them without the need for customisation and special design. In addition there will always be necessary with individual adjustments, this includes arrangements both during period of study and examination.
- Individual facilitation
- Universal design at UMB
- Are you experiencing harassment or discrimination?
Physical learning environment
UMB’s study facilities are spread out over a large Campus.
Here are some useful links:
- Map of Campus
- Buildings and study rooms
- Open reading rooms
At UMB an interdisciplinary project group has been appointed that specifically monitor and coordinate some of the work related to the physical learning environment for UMB students.
- Read more about the group's work and reports here. The Learning Environment committee at UMB
The Learning Environment committee at UMB follows up the University Board's responsibility for the learning environment. The Learning Environment Committee consists of 8 representatives, 4 from the institution and 4 student representatives. For more information:
- The Learning Environment committee at UMBStudent welfare offers at UMB
UMB is renowned for its excellent student environment. For more information:
- Social and political welfare at UMB.
In Norwegian only, please contact Sit (Student Informastion Centre) or SiÅs (University Foundation for Student Life in Ås) for more information. Health, environment and security
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