Academic studies

As part of our work to continue and develop the ideas and principles of Thor Heyerdahl we have established both a Thor Heyerdahl Professorship and a Masters Degree course. You can find information about both of these initiatives here.

The partnership between Glasgow Caledonian University, The Moffat  Centre and The Thor Heyerdahl Institute in Larvik once again offers a unique Masters degree and scholarship scheme! Apply now!

In this photograph we see (from the left): Monica Klaussen, Ragnhild M. Arnesen, Gunhild Hammeraas, Magnus S. Holte and Åsne Vesaas. 2008 Eirik Lia Mastergradsoppgaven ‘Contemporary Time Machines – On the Doorstep to a New ...

The MSc in Cultural Heritage Studies is a multi-disciplinary Masters Degree developed by the Institute in co-operation with Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU). Students from all over the world have taken the degree course based at GCU. An attempt is currently underway to transfer the Masters Degree to a university in Norway.

The Thor Heyerdahl Institute and Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) have worked together on a number of projects since 2002.