Information for applicants to StudFest

Criteria to be able to apply for funds

  • The funds must be spent towards measures and activities during StudFest, from the 3rd of October to the 16th.
  • The funds are to go towards measures outside ordinary operations, and for students under the auspices of student volunteering in Oslo and the surrounding area
  • The funds will go "to preventive work and low-threshold services", in accordance with the guidelines in the award letter from the Ministry of Education and Research
  • The measures must be one of the following:
  1. Social activities and/ or measures to strengthen the environment in the association/ organization
  2. Social activities and/ or measures to attract new members of the association/ organization
  3. Investments that facilitate more activity in the association/ organization

  • The event must be one of the following:

  1. Open to everyone in the association/ organization
  2. Open to all students - both members and non-members

The use of funds for any measure arranged during StudFest must be reported by 13.11.2022. All costs must be documented with a receipt / invoice. Unused and undocumented funds must be returned.

Funds are not allocated to:

  • Alcohol and other drugs
  • Trip abroad or hotel stays
  • Events that have already been completed, or purchases and investments that have already been made. The implementation of the measure must be in the future
  • Measures that have a private gain or profit as their purpose
  • Ordinary operations and current expenses
  • Salary
  • Measures that are considered to be in conflict with Norwegian law or guidelines at educational institutions
  • Measures that are discriminatory on the basis of gender, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, functional ability or sexual orientation

Good to know

  • You must report on all allocations.
  • Waiting time for applications is 14 days.
  • The deadline for applications is September 19th.
  • The goal of the support program is to establish StudFest as a continuous tradition within the student environment of Oslo

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