Information to Master's Students
The Faculty of Medicine offers four international master's programmes; MSc in Exercise Physiology and Sport Sciences, MSc in Molecular Medicine MSc in Neuroscience, and MSc in Public Health specializing in Global Health.
On this webpage you will find practical information to the international master's students. Norwegian students will find the similar information on our Norwegian webpage.
|Start of Studies|
|Study Start - 2016|
|Your first days at NTNU (click on flag to choose language)|
|Plan your studies (click on flag to choose language)|
|Innsida (intro and user support) (click on flag to choose language)|
|Activate user account|
|Examinations and Grading|
|All you need to know about exams at NTNU (click on flag to choose language)|
|How to appeal a grade|
|Leave of Absence|
|How to apply for a leave of absence|
|Finding a project and a supervisor|
|Printing, submission and examination|
|Student Work Spaces|
|Overview of reading rooms and computer labs at campus Øya|
|Programme Councils for the master's programmes at the Faculty of Medicine|
|The Student Council at the Faculty of Medicine|
|International Student Union of Trondheim|
|Innsida||NTNU's intranett and official information channel. Log in with your username and password.|
|It's Learning||NTNU's e-learning system. Here you find important information about your courses. Log in with your username and password.|
|StudentWeb||With this application you can administer your curriculum (e.g. update your individual education plan, register for examinations, cancel exam registrations).|
|Timepl@n||Timetables for all courses at the Faculty of Medicine.|
|VIKO||The University Library's guide to information literacy. Here you can learn more about how to find books and articles, evaluate information, defining research topics, and writing papers.|
|Webmail||NTNU's student webmail. Log in with your username and password.|
Do you need guidance or advice? Our student counsellors can answer your question about courses and programmes, and provide guidance on personal issues that may affect your studies.
Programme counsellors at the departments:
- Marit Barstad (Molecular Medicine)
- Anni Bjerkhagen (Neuroscience)
- Ragnhild Sand Kalkvik (Exercise Physiology and Sport Sciences)
- Borgny Hedvig Wold (Public Health - Global Health)
Counsellors at the Section for Student and Academic Affairs:
- See our separate webpage about our services
SOMA is a social student organization for the master's students at the Faculty of Medicine. SOMA has various activities during the semesters, including a buddy programme for new students, excursions, courses in how to write a good master's thesis and much more.
Visit SOMA's webpage for more information.