Living in Trondheim
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Help with housing
NTNU can help if you are an exchange or master's student looking for housing, or a new employee who needs housing help.
Health services and Safety
The Norwegian health system provides comprehensive coverage. Here's what you need to know.
ID, costs and banking
An 11-digit Norwegian personal number is the first step in obtaining services such as access to online banking.
Books, food and IT
With 11 libraries, numerous cafes and cafeterias, and major bookstores on the Gløshaugen and Dragvoll campuses, NTNU feeds your body - and your mind.
You've got your acceptance letter and your passport -- now what? Tips for when to arrive and what to do when you get here.
Think of it as an ancient city with a modern soul. Trondheim was Norway's first capital city, founded more than 1,000 years ago, in 997 - but now instead of Viking raiders and Hanseatic traders, you'll find jazz musicians and an international student body savouring Trondheim city life.