Even though the campus is small, it consists of classrooms, two auditoriums fully equipped with multi-media facilities, rehearsal rooms for music students with pianos and audio equipment, music studio, library, canteen, a chapel and office accommodation for staff.
Today there are approximately 300 students in five bachelor programs:
• Bachelor in Performing Rhytmic Music
• Bachelor in Music
• Bachelor in Business Administration
• Bachelor in Innovation Management
• Bachelor in Congregation Management
Many present and former music students from Staffeldtsgate are active in the music industry as professional musicians. Several of them have participated in big TV-productions and talent programs such as The Voice and Idol.
Being a student in Norway’s biggest city, attractions like the Opera, Tjuvholmen and the Royal Palace is in walking distance from the campus. The public-transport facilities are great and it is easy to get around the town by bus, subway or tram.
How to get there?
When arriving by plane you will arrive through Oslo Airport (OSL). The airport is located approximately 47 km north of the city center. There is airport express buses and trains right outside the entrance door of the airport, as well as taxis.
When you arrive the city center, you may use public transport to campus. The best option is to use the tram; number 11, 17 and 18 take you to the nearest stop Holbergs plass. For more information about public transport within Oslo, visit Ruter or download their apps; RuterReise (travel information) and RuterBillett (tickets).
Campus Staffeldts was established in 1916, first as a Bible College. The reason for the establishment was to arouse interest in the Inner Mission tasks in Norway. In 2004, Staffeldts got its first validations as a university college.