The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is the largest university in Norway today, with a history dating back to 1910, and a tradition going back to 1767 and the Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters (DKNVS).
The university offers several programmes of professional study and a broad academic curriculum in the natural sciences, social sciences, teacher education, humanities, medicine and health sciences, economics, finance and administration, as well as architecture and the arts.
NTNU has four strategic areas of research in 2014–2023:
NTNU Career is the students career service. We offer courses, lectures and counselling in the areas: improvement of study and exam skills, increased awareness of competence and job applications.
In Trondheim, it is the Office of International Relations that is responsible for allocating student housing to international students. Do not book a room before you have received an email with a booking code from the Office of International Relations.
Normally, all students are allocated student housing in the spring semester. In the autumn semester, some students will have to find private housing:
NTNU University Library is a public scientific library, established in 1996 with the establishment of NTNU. The library, however, has roots back to the library of the Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters from 1768 and is thus the oldest scientific library in Norway.
Health services include nurses on campus, various courses for coping, sexual health station, psychologists, doctors, and financial support if you have high dental care expenses.
The majority of students will be placed at Steinan or Moholt student village, which are the only student villages that are furnished. You will be given a single room with a shared bathroom and kitchen. There is normally a long waiting list for family and couples accommodation. The cheapest single rooms start at NOK 3000.
Traning centres, group classes, yoga courses, climbing, squash, training advisors, and much more!
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I really like the way you treat the students and our relationship with the teacher and the studies itself. The semester fee is really cheap and the organizations we can join are really good. It's really difficult to know and meet norwegians.
Though it wasn't easy at first bit as time went by, I adapted.
NTNU was one of my best decisions of my life. I knew nothing when I applied, only that they had a good reputation. Studying technology, (though not computer science engineering), our course was still pretty popular and desires among the different IT consultancy companies. NTNU arranges career days such as the Career Days, IT days and Tech Talks. They have good connection...