Programmes of study
The Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology offers doctoral and graduate-level engineering programmes (sivilingeniør) in a host of science and technology fields, as well as an undergraduate level programme in geology. In addition, the faculty offers eleven master's-level programmes—so called International Master's Programmes—which are taught entirely in English. In all, there are more than 30 programmes and dozens of specializations to choose from.
International Master's Programmes
- Environmental Engineering (2 yrs. NORDIC 5 TECH)
- Geotechnics and Geohazards (2 yrs.)
- Global Manufacturing Management (2 yrs.)
- Hydropower Development (2 yrs.)
- Industrial Ecology (2 yrs.)
- Industrial Design Engineering (2 yrs.)
- Marine Technology (2 yrs.)
- Maritime Engineering (2 yrs. NORDIC 5 TECH)
- Natural Gas Technology
- Petroleum Engineering/Petroleum Geosciences (2 yrs.)
- Reliability, Availability, Maintainability & Safety (2 yrs.)
- Sustainable Energy (2 yrs.)
- International programmes in all disciplines
Natural Science Programmes
Master's Programmes (Norwegian advanced engineering degree)
- Civil and Environmental Engineering (5 yrs.)
- Civil and Environmental Engineering (2 yrs.)
- Energy and Environment (5 yrs.)
- Engineering and ICT (5 yrs.)
- Geotechnology (5 yrs.)
- Industrial Design Engineering (5 yrs.)
- Marine Technology (5 yrs.)
- Marine Technology (2 yrs.)
- Petroleum Geosciences and Engineering (5-yrs.)
- Petroleum Geosciences and Engineering (2-yrs.)
- Mechanical Engineering (5-yrs.)
- Mechanical Engineering (2 yrs.)
- Subsea Technology (2-yrs.)
Doctoral programmes (PhD)
- Civil and Transport Engineering (PhD)
- Energy and Process Engineering (PhD)
- Engineering Design and Materials (PhD)
- Geology and Mineral Resources Engineering (PhD)
- Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering (PhD)
- Industrial Design Engineering (PhD)
- Industrial Ecology (PhD)
- Marine Technology (PhD)
- Petroleum Engineering and Applied Geophysics (PhD)
- Production and Quality Engineering (PhD)
- Structural Engineering (PhD)
Interested in these programmes?
Start with admissions information.
PhD studies at the Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology are closely linked with our research initiatives and departments. The doctoral education programme combines academics with methodological schooling and hands on experience.
The typical length for the PhD programme is three years and is comprised of one semester of additional study and 2.5 years of dissertation work and research. Each doctoral candidate's study is typically financed by a research fellowship. The host department for each discipline can assist you in finding information about available positions and research fellowships.
About NTNU Bridge
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NTNU Bridge will inform you of the sorts of collaborative opportunities that exist, as well as the processes and procedures that are required to start a collaborative relationship with an employer. We also offer you useful tips and career counselling, as well as concrete opportunities for collaboration with employers.
Use the opportunity to make contact with potential employers while you are a student.
How to get started:
- Find the topic that is just right for you under "Announcements"
- Discuss the topic with your department or potential supervisors
- Complete and send an application to the employer
- Arrange a start-up meeting with the employer and your supervisor
- Agree on a topic outline, the responsibilities of all parties and a project timeline
- Complete the NTNU standard agreement
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