International Researcher Support
Your first stop should be your faculty or department, where your contact person should be able to help you answer many of the small detailed questions that always crop up when you move.
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Get the latest news from NIRS via email
Want to keep up-to-date on news from NTNU's International Researcher Support group? All you have to do is to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Subscribe nirs-news" in the subject line (and nothing else in the email). You can also subscribe to the "NTNU International Researcher Support" message channel on Innsida, where you can also find a complete description of how to subscribe to a message channel.
HR Excellence in Research
In 2008, NTNU was among the first universities in Europe to sign the "European Charter for Researchers" (Charter) and the "European Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers" (Code). Read more about the Charter and Code.
Upcoming IRS programmes
Learn how to do your Norwegian taxes, learn about Norwegian culture, or come join staff and other international researchers at a monthly get-together -- all sponsored by NTNU's International Researcher Support. You can find out about all of NIRS's programmes by subscribing to the NTNU international researcher support message channel on Innsida. Don't know how to subscribe to a message channel? You can read about it on Innsida, too.
Want to get a jump start on learning Norwegian? NTNU's Department of Language and Communication Studies has developed Norwegian on the Web (NoW), an Internet-based all-in-one beginner Norwegian course.