Professional inquiries

The student committee at NHH (SUN) is the school’s oldest subcommittee and acts as the students’ voice against NHH. Throughout the school year, we work continuously to ensure that students have the best possible learning environment and get the most out of their study time. We do this by being represented in the school’s many departments and committees. Our close contact with the management at the school means that we have real influence on NHH.

To follow up the school’s curriculum, we have coal representatives with special responsibility for this. Every semester, we conduct mid-term evaluations, and collect feedback from the students through, among other things, the survey “Students’ 20 questions”.

Contact Us

The board of the Student Committee at NHH

Finn Lucas Griggs

President
fagpolitisk@nhhs.no

The leader has an overall responsibility for ensuring that academic questions from the students are dealt with. In addition, the leader is responsible for taking matters from the school’s management and administration on to the Student Committee. The leader is also a permanent representative in the Education Committee and the Learning Environment Committee.


Signe Kristine Midtun

Vice-President
sun.nestleder@nhhs.no

The deputy head has the organizational responsibility, as well as responsibility for the Student Committee’s finances and accounts. The Deputy Chair is also responsible for the Student Committee’s notification round at the Association Meeting of NHHS and has a duty to attend and the right to vote on behalf of the Student Committee in the Strategic Forum.


Sondre Eriksen

Bachelor Responsible
sun.bachelor@nhhs.no

The bachelor responsible is responsible for coordinating and implementing initiatives that deal with the bachelor programs at NHH. The bachelor responsible is responsible for following up the coal representatives and has the main responsibility for coordinating work related to mid-term evaluation and distribution of the Bronze Mushroom each semester. Together with the Head of Trade Policy, the Bachelor responsible is a representative in the Education Committee.


Nora Therese Sageidet

Master Responsible
sun.master@nhhs.no

The master responsible is responsible for coordinating and implementing initiatives that deal with the master’s programs at NHH. Together with the Head of Trade Policy, the Master responsible is a representative in the Education Committee. The master’s supervisor is responsible for awarding the Master’s students’ award for outstanding efforts.


Siri Fjellvær

Head of information
sun.info@nhhs.no

The head of information is responsible for ensuring that relevant information from the Student Committee’s work is communicated to the students. This means i.a. follow-up of the committee’s social media. The head of information is also responsible for recruiting new members.

Foto: Daniel Hoelzl og Sahil Sadana, Foto NHHS

Departments and committees

Information about the various departments and committees the Student Committee sits on.

Departments

Social Economics (SAM)

Strategy and Management (SOL)

Business Administration (FOR)

Finance (FIN)

Professional Language and Intercultural Communication (FSK)

Accounting, Auditing and Law (RRR)

Commitees

Center for Ethics and Economics

The Learning Environment Committee (LMU)

Staffing Committee

Education Committee

Bachelor Reference Group

Reference group for MØA

Reference group for MRR

Studentombud ved NHH

Some things we in the Student Committee can not assist with, but fortunately we then have a student ombudsman on

the school. Typical cases the student ombudsman works with are:

  • Formal errors on the exam
  • Rejection of applications for facilitation, extended study rights, admission and exchange
  • Suspicion of cheating

The student ombudsman at NHH is called Sigbjørn Råsberg and can be contacted at sigbjorn.rasberg@nhh.no.

If you are unsure whether to contact the Student Committee or the Student Ombudsman, you can

use our contact form above and we may send you on if we can not assist.

Prices

Since 1972, the student committee has been responsible for awarding prizes at NHH. As of today, prizes are awarded to student assistants, lecturers at bachelor’s level and master’s level who have made a name for themselves for their efforts.

Bronsesvampen

The bronze sponge is a prize that is awarded each semester to a lecturer at bachelor level. The award goes to the lecturer who, in the eyes of the students, has made an extraordinarily good effort in the teaching. In assessment, emphasis is placed on good pedagogical skills, the ability to create commitment and interest in the subject, innovation and innovation in teaching, and the ability to link the subject to business and real life.

Previous winners of the Bronsesvampen:

V20: Kjetil Bjorvatn

H19: Stig Tenold

V19: Trond Bjørnenak og Anita Meidell

H18: Knut Martin Tande

V18 Jan Ubøe

H17: Linda Orvedal

V17: Eirik Sjåholm Knudsen

H16: Jan Ubøe

V16: Jon Iden

H15: Alexander Cappelen

V15: Therese Sverdrup

H14: Victor D. Norman

V14: Inger Stensaker

H13: Per Manne

The Master’s students’ award for outstanding effort

The master’s students’ prize for outstanding effort is awarded annually to a lecturer in a master’s subject. The award goes to the lecturer the master students believe has made an extraordinarily good effort in connection with their subject. The lecturer has managed to convey his subject in an inspiring and educational way. In the assessment, emphasis is placed on the lecturer’s communication skills, teaching arrangements and professional competence.

Former winners of The Master’s students’ award for outstanding effort:

2019: Justin Valasek

2018: Finn Kinserdal

2017: Tina Søreide

2016: Francisco Santos

2015: Karin Thorburn

2014: Linda Nøstbakken

2013: Hans Jarle Kind

2012: Karl Ove Aarbu

2011: Stig Tenold

2010: Lasse Lien

2009: Ola Grytten

2008: Øystein Thøgersen

Student assistant of the year

Student assistant of the year is a prize that is awarded to a student assistant that the students themselves believe has been nominated. The student assistant has shown good communication skills and contributed to learning among the students. New in the spring of 2020 is that student assistants at master’s level can also receive the award.

Former winners of Student assistant of the year:

2019/2020: Kristian Gjønnes

2018/2019: Marit Helene Gladhaug

2017/2018: Lars Stubhaug