• Illustration - NTNU headhunts the best and the brightest
    NTNU offers more than 35 International Master's Programmes, taught in English.
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    NTNU Research Excellence - Research in the Top International League
  • Mai-Britt Moser and Edvard Moser - Nobel prize winners
    May-Britt Moser and Edvard Moser — 2014 Nobel Prize winners in Physiology or Medicine.


Main building campus Gløshaugen. Photo.

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NTNU offers cutting-edge research opportunities, competitive pay and benefits, and a welcoming work environment – all in a stunning natural setting.


Wind turbine builders put theory into practice

(14 Jan 2015) Engineering students at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) are learning about more than just theory. A competition to build the best wind turbine also gives them the chance to put their practical skills to the test.

More sun means fewer children and grandchildren

(9 Jan 2015) A new study shows that periods of high UV radiation can affect a population over several generations.

23,000 students

40 international master's programmes

90% employed within 4 months

371 doctoral dissertations in 2013

Video: Moser and Moser about their research

NTNU neuroscientists May-Britt and Edvard Moser won the The 2014 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2014 for their pioneering work in the field of brain research.(Video from 2011).

Video: Winter in Trondheim

Curious about how how much winter there is in Trondheim? Watch the video above. For course related videos, presentations and glimpses from university life, check out NTNU´s open videos.
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