Housing help for NTNU employees
NTNU has a uniform, standard housing application, which should be used to apply for housing from the NTNU/SINTEF Housing Foundation. The form also gives you access to discounted housing services from Utleiemegleren AS, a company that has been hired by the university to help employees find housing.
Once you have filled out the application form, the information will be sent to your department, and NTNU's Boligformidling will handle your application in a week or two.
Housing is tight in Trondheim, and NTNU wants to have a good working relationship with private landlords to meet the demand for housing, and relies in part on the people of Trondheim to open their homes. That's part of what makes Trondheim Norway's number one student city!
Private landlords in Trondheim, staff and students at NTNU are thus encouraged to advertise the rental of their homes in connection with an exchange year, sabbatical or an extended research visit. You can see advertisements of private housing on NTNU's Intranet message channel for housing.
You can also read more about NTNU's housing policy and the way the university assigns housing.