The Girl Project Ada
The Girl Project Ada works to recruit more girls to the ICT studies and prevent dropouts
Ada offers a career network that provides exciting opportunities when students graduate.
We would like to see more girls with master’s degrees in Mathematics, Informatics, Cybernetics and Robotics, Electronic System Design and Innovation, Computer Technology and Communication Technology.
For girls at school
From 1 to 3 November, we invite 150 girls to a three-day visit to NTNU to learn more about the ICT programmes of study. The days are filled with workshops, lectures and social events.
See video from the Technology Camp 2013
The Girl's Day*
From 4 to 5 February, NTNU invites 250 girls to Girl's Day. On Girls’s Day, you can meet people from all the programmes of study in technology and science at NTNU (except for architecture and medicine).
* Pages in Norwegian
Career Networks enable cooperation with a number of companies and are intended to promote networking between female students and the relevant partner companies in the business community. The Girl Project Ada runs two different career networks; one for electronics and cybernetics and another for the IT students. Each network has 4 annual gatherings.
In the Girl Project Ada you can participate in social and professional events: Everything from career networking evenings to mountain hikes and CodeHub. CodeHub is a social meet-up for female IT students who wish to learn more about IT and programming.
Cybele and Kammerset are rooms reserved for female ICT students.
There is also a women’s football team called Datakameratene, but as an NTNU student you also have the opportunity for membership of Norway’s largest sports club, NTNUI.