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Facts and Figures

The Faculty of Medicine at the University of Oslo was established in 1814 and is Norway’s oldest medical school. The teaching and research at the Faculty ranges from basic biomedical subjects, via clinical subjects, to health subjects, and has a prominent international profile. The Faculty attaches importance to dissemination and innovation activities.

Key figures 2016

Faculty of Medicine

Institute of Health and Society

Institute of Basic Medical Studies

Institute of Clinical Medicine

Centre for Molecular Medicine Norway (NCMM)

Scientific publications 2233 427 345 1391 52
Professional study 1  1 1 1
Master’s programmes 9  7 1 1
Bachelor’s programmes 1  1
Registered students1 2209  825 579 770
Candidates on the PhD programme2 1325 195 137 977 8
Completed doctorates 190 20 29 134 63
Academic full-time equivalents 765 179 194 318 43
Academic employees 1386 457 233 644 44
Technical full-time equivalents 157 2 61 71 18
Technical employees 190 2 72 94 18
Administrative full-time equivalents 246 42 31 80 7
Administrative employees 288 49 42 103 7
Finances – total income 1222 million 208 million 301 million 476 million 87 million4
Proportion of the budget funded by external sources 35 % 49 % 38 % 42 % 23 % 5
Active research projects throughout the year with external funding 696 167 201 285 36

1 The Faculty's professional study programme in medicine consists of 12 semesters and has a total of 1,271 students. The cited number of student for the institutes includes the institute’s share of the medical students and the number of students on bachelor's and master's programmes (a total of 903 at the Faculty). The number of students at the Faculty also includes 15 students on the research option, 15 visiting exchange students (11 at the master's level and 4 at the bachelor's level) and 5 exchange students in clinical internships.

2 The number of candidates as per spring 2016 was reported to the Database for Statistics on Higher Education (DBH) on 15 February 2017.

3 In addition, three doctorates at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences were conducted at the Centre for Molecular Medicine Norway (NCMM).

4 This figure shows part of the recognised income in the Faculty of Medicine’s budget. NCMM has a total income of NOK 106 million in its budget, including all external funding.

5 This figure indicates the share of external funding in the recognised income in the Faculty of Medicine’s budget. NCMM’s own figures, including all external funding, is 55%.

 

Published Oct. 3, 2017 5:21 PM - Last modified Oct. 3, 2017 5:44 PM