Welcome to Oslo School of Management

Oslo School of Management (OSM) is located in central Oslo. The school offers degrees within the areas of Human Resource Management, Tourism, Hotel Management, Marketing, Sales Management and Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

The school is relatively small, both in size and number of students. There is currently about 1600 students enrolled at the school where each class consists of between 30 to 60 students. The small classes emphasizes the school’s teaching philosophy which focuses on close interaction between students and lecturers.


At the Oslo School of Management we are concerned with creating a good learning environment for our students. We believe that when you thrive socially, the learning impact is also greater.

We believe in a combination of theoretical and practical learning. We believe you learn best by testing out the theoretical knowledge that you have acquired through practical problem-solving, as soon as possible. Not only does this result in your studies being more exciting and varied, it also ensures that you gain experience in solving real problems drawn from the business sector. Experience that will give you a big advantage when you start your first job after graduation.

Our academic focus provides both a practical and academic approach to marketing subjects. Social sciences, including sociology and rhetoric, as well as more traditional economics/business administration subjects provide a unique basis for further work in marketing in the workplace or in further studies.

We emphasize closeness, security and good social contact. We are convinced that good contact with lecturers results in good student performance, and our class-based instruction is therefore carried out in smaller teaching facilities, using group-based projects, rather than in large auditoriums as at other colleges.

The Oslo School of Management is a private school and part of Campus Kristiania.

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Trip to Amsterdam

Bachelor student Martin Hayes went on a study trip to Amsterdam with the rest of the class in the elective course International Business Communications. This is a letter from Martin about what they experienced.

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Oslo School of Management International Office