Good news for old and new students. Our new campus are ready this fall.
Our most recent building in Christian Krohgs gate 32, will house many of our students and employees.
The building will be filled with students from very different fields, with very different requirements. In addition to functional classrooms, the college building will provide studios, specialty rooms, and rehearsal rooms. The building is tailored to daytime teaching, and well suited for working on group projects in the evenings.
Campus Vulkan and Campus Fjerdingen both have a fabulous cafeteria that serves varied, healthy and appealing food at a student friendly price.
Do you think student life should be about more than just studying? We made sure that Campus Fjerdingen can accommodate student parties, exhibitions, concerts, performances, and other events as well.
As a student at Film, TV and Game Design from autumn 2016, you will have at your disposal bespoke facilities with specialty rooms and equipment– among these are a photo studio, workshop areas with green, white, and black backgrounds for special effect recording, sound studios, recording studio, mixing theatre, mingling areas and a small auditorium with 25 chairs. On the first floor you will have access to editing rooms, two new quiet rooms, a computer lab and conference rooms. On the third floor, the acting programme has its own wing, with a blackbox. The students enrolled in the acting programme belong to Campus Vulkan, but most of the classes are conducted in the light and airy premises of Atletica, just next door.
If you are studying Make-up and Hair Design, your classes will take place in new, specially adapted facilities with workshops located in Brenneriveien 9. Among your neighbours are the music venue “Blå” and various arts enterprises. You’ll find your main campus, Campus Vulkan, with cafeteria, reception etc., a mere four-minute walk away.
The master’s programme students will have access to specially adapted rooms, indcluding a technology lab containing an eye tracking lab, laboratory, meeting facilities and several “Harvard rooms” – i.e. modern, smaller auditoriums, which bring you closer to your lecturer.