Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration (NHH)


The conference will be held at the Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration (NHH) in Bergen, Norway.

NHH is located in the outer part of the city centre. It is surrounded by a small park and is an impressive venue overlooking the harbour towards the city of Bergen and its surrounding islands. The school contains modern lecture and meeting facilities, computer laboratories, and free wireless internet access is available in most areas.

Since its establishment in 1936, NHH has become the leading centre for research and education within the fields of economic and business administration in Norway. It consists today of roughly 150 core faculty members actively engaged in research and teaching across several disciplines. Within the field of finance the list of international renowned faculty members has included Karl Borch, co-founder of modern risk theory, Jan Mossin, one of the fathers of the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM), and Finn Kydland, winner of the Nobel Prize for Economics in 2004.  

NHH has 3000 full-time students across a wide range of Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, Executive MBA, and PhD programs. The school launched Norway’s first English-taught master program in 1986 and has awarded doctoral degrees since 1957. NHH also has the longest established Executive MBA program in the country. Today the school offers six full degree executive programs, and a selection of open and custom non-degree programs.

How to get to the venue

In the conference bag delegates will find a personal bus card for use on the buses between the city centre and the conference venue. NHH is less than a 10 minute bus ride from the city centre and the buses depart frequently. There are several bus stops in the city centre. They are indicated on the attached map. The buses to NHH are marked with number 9, 20, 24, 71, 80, 90, 270, or 280.

Taxies are available at several designated taxi ranks in the city centre or you can ask the front desk at your hotel to order one for you. A taxi ride takes some 5-10 minutes and will cost around NOK 120-180.

On a nice day, delegates may choose to walk the 40-45 minutes distance between the city centre and the venue, enjoying the open air museum of "Old Bergen" along the route.


Bus stops Bergen_city_centre.pdf