October 16, 2015

Norwegian School of Economics Names First Ombuds for Students

Norges Handelshøyskolein in Bergen, Norway's oldest business school, has appointed Sigbjørn Råsberg to serve as its first ever Studentombud. The school's student association has been advocating for the position since early 2014, arguing that many students have no resource to advise them about their rights and obligations, or to provide guidance and assistance with problem-solving. 

Råsberg has worked at NHH for over two years as an attorney managing procurement matters. He has also worked as an attorney and journalist. Råsberg graduated from Reykjavík University in Iceland (Háskólinn í Reykjavík) and earned his Masters in Law from the University of Bergen. (Studvest; LinkedIn.)

Related post: Number of New University Student Ombuds in Norway Will Grow.

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