Technology for Sustainability and Innovation

Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology

The Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology offers students a choice of more than 30 engineering programmes. Both two and five year Master of Science programmes are offered, eleven of which are conducted entirely in English. In addition the faculty selects candidates to the doctoral programme through dedicated PhD positions tied to our research agenda and departments.

NTNU awards approximately 80% of all advanced engineering degrees in Norway and cooperates closely with industry to ensure that both our research and degree programmes contribute to sustainable development and innovation. 

Eco-friendly car at NTNU main building Photo: NTNU/Christine Sætre

This is NTNU's vision: "Knowledge for a Better World. NTNU – Internationally Excellent". The IVT Faculty will contribute to the realization of this vision by developing "Technology for Sustainability and Innovation".

Centres and research focus

THIS FACULTY IS HOST to: the Centre for Ships and Ocean Structures (CeSOS), Centre for Autonomous Marine Operations and Systems (AMOS) and actively participates in the International Centre for Geohazards . These centres have status as a research Centre of Excellence (CoE), and are devoted to long-term, basic research.

Two of NTNU's Centres for Research-based Innovation can be found under the faculty's umbrella. These are the:

In addition, the faculty has a substantial number of ongoing research projects in a variety of disciplines. More about research.