Although it has been suggested that the application of virtual mobility in higher education contributes to its efficiency and quality as well as internationalization, not many universities have taken noteworthy steps in this area. This project aims to explore the steps Norway’s oldest university, University of Oslo, has taken with regards to the adoption of virtual mobility. After offering an overview of the literature on virtual mobility and internationalization, the project examines three cases where virtual mobility has been adopted at UiO. Overall inferences from the current study suggest that adoption and implementation of virtual mobility at UiO seems to be undertaken in a bottom up order, growing from personal relationships. When the virtual mobility has a rather straightforward ICT dimension, the implementation may proceed without major issues. However, the continuation of projects may need further support from faculty/university. The findings of the study might be useful for universities to approach virtual mobility with a clearer perspective and vision.