In 1859 it was initially established as an agricultural school and in 1897 it became a scientific university college. From 1897 onwards, it was known as the Agricultural University of Norway (NLH) until receiving university status in 2005.
UMB is comprised of 8 departments and works closely with 5 centres on campus. A broad range of study programmes are offered at Bachelor, Master and PhD level. Several Master's programmes and one Bachelor programme are conducted fully in English.
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