Located on the beautiful shores of Flekke Fjord in the mountainous region of Western Norway, the College has the following facilities:

Educational Facilities:

The joint Auditorium and “Kantine” building, which houses a theatre seating 240, the college library, and a spectacular dining area overlooking the fjord;

Administration and classroom buildings;

  • Well equipped science laboratories;
  • Music and art studios;
  • Computer facilities;
  • Waterfront multi-purpose centre with canoes, kayaks, sail and power boats.

Haugland Facilities:

Immediately beside the College is the Haugland Rehabilitation Centre, which is owned by the Norwegian Red Cross and is part of the Norwegian health care system. The College has access to many of the Rehabilitation Centre’s facilities, including:

  • A magnificent aquatic centre and pool;
  • A fitness training centre and small gymnasium.

Residential Facilities:

There are five student residences, each with a common room designed to create a comfortable living environment where students can share their varied intercultural experiences.

There are five students in each residential room furnished in traditional Norwegian style and with its own washroom facilities.

There is a central College laundry to accommodate student needs.

The Rektor and the educational staff also live on campus with their families.


I regard it as
the foremost task
of education
to insure the survival
of these qualities:
an enterprising curiosity,
an undefeatable spirit,
tenacity in pursuit,
readiness for
sensible self denial,
and above all,

Kurt Hahn