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Everything you need to know regarding exams – written, digital (computer-based), performance, rehearsal and assessment schedule, resits, grading and final marks.

Exams spring 2022

Exams and academic disputations will be physical, with no recording or streaming as of the Committee for Academic affairs meeting on 11 October 2021.

The application deadline for extended exam projects that need additional production was 1 December 2021.

Time and place

Examination procedures are governed by university regulations. For general guidelines about evaluation and grading, deferrals and rights of complaint, see the NMH Academic Regulations.

Exam schedules, locations and practical information about your courses are available in TimeEdit, Studentweb and your course description. Information about deadlines for the various course requirements and exams can be found in the relevant programme descriptions and course descriptions (course curriculum).

All individual exam dates and times will be published in TimeEdit (both oral and performance exams).


Please remember

It is your responsibility to ensure that your exam registrations are correct and according to your plan of study.


Exam information about instrument groups, examiners, location and accompanists can be found by using TimeEdit.


You can find an overview of all your registered exams under the banners "innsyn", followed by "vurderingsmeldinger".

You will also find your individual exam candidate number here, as well as examination results.

Questions regarding exams?

Any exam-related inquiries should be directed to the Exams Office:

Exams Office