Application process

Application should also be made both through VIGO (www.vigo.no) and directly to the school.

  1. All applicants must fill out an IB application form, which is to be sent directly to the school.
    (Dp1 application-and-info2019) Please print out the application form and send it to the school before 1 March 2019. We do not accept application sent by email.
                Blindern videregående skole
                P.O.Box 3803 Ullevål Stadion
                N-0805 OSLO
                Tlf.: + 47 90 80 80 59

2.  Application should also be made electronic through VIGO (www.vigo.no) by 1 March 2019 Alternatively, if you are applying from abroad and do not have a Norwegian identity number and/or do not have records of previous schooling from Norway, you should send in an application in paper format to "Inntakskontoret". The paper application form may be obtained from The Oslo County Office:
Tel.no. +47 23 05 10 02
E-mail: postmottak@ude.oslo.kommune.no  

 Applicants must have a registered address in Oslo municipality by the application deadline, which is 1 March 2019.

Applicants who are in the process of moving to Oslo are eligible to apply for a place. They will, however, not secure a place until they provide documentation to prove that they have moved to an Oslo address together with or in order to join their parent(s) before the start of the school year. The deadline for providing documentation is the 24th of June.

N.B students must have registered address in Oslo municipality throughout the time they attend the school.

More information about IB can be found on the website: https://www.ibo.org/ If you have any further questions please contact the IB Coordinator at Blindern videregående skole Emmanuelle Bjerkem.

Subjects offers

Blindern videregående skole offers the following subjects:

 Links are to full subject descriptions from IBO in PDF format (SL=standard level; HL=higher level).

  1. A-language (mother tongue): Norwegian, English (SL, HL); both languages follow the Language and Literature course
  2. B-language (foreign language): Norwegian, English, French, Spanish, German (SL, HL)
  3. Individuals and Societies: History (SL, HL), Economics (SL), Social and Cultural Anthropology (SL, HL), Global Politics (SL, HL3/4 Environmental Systems and Societies (SL)
  4. Experimental Sciences: Physics (SL, HL), Biology (SL, HL), Chemistry (SL,HL)
  5. Mathematics (courses under review)
  6. Visual Arts (SL)