If you want to come to NTNU for a period of 3 to 12 months as an exchange student, NTNU considers you to be enrolled at your home university.
This means that one of NTNU's primary admission requirements -Norwegian proficiency - does not apply. However, students from non-EU countries will have to document their English proficiency. EU students are expected to meet the requirements of level B2.
At NTNU, many courses at the master's level are taught in English, while almost all undergraduate courses are taught in Norwegian. However, exams can sometimes be arranged in English and, in the majority of cases, textbooks are available in English. Project work can always be supervised in English.
Architecture and Engineering students
Students in Architecture and Engineering must have studied 3 years at home (BACHELOR) prior to the arrival in Trondheim. In these subject areas we can not supervise any Bachelor thesis work and only courses of the master programme (year 4 and 5 can be offered in English).
Deadlines exchange studies
Autumn semester: May 1
Spring semester: October 1