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UIA The University of Agder
Norway

The university's central administration and Faculty of Humanities and Education are located on the Gimlemoen campus. In addition, the Faculties of Economics and Social Sciences, Fine Arts and Health and Sport, and the departments of natural sciences and mathematical sciences (Faculty of Engineering and Science), have most of their programmes and activities here.

http://www.uia.no/en/portals/about_the_university/visitors

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