The University of Bergen was a pretty early adopter of blogging, at least in terms of marketing themselves to potential students. Last year’s StudBlogg has returned, this year with four bloggers who are all doing a great job of sharing some of the experiences of being a student. If I were a potential student, I’d be thrilled to get this kind of inside information. And they’re real students, which is important – and yes, I know one of them and she’s vouched for the others’ reality.

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  1. Hans-Petter Isaksen

    There are actually five bloggers from five faculties. And yes, they are doing a great job.

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