International Master's Programmes
NTNU offers more than 35 International Master's Programmes. All programmes have a duration of two academic years (4 semesters) and are taught in English. Some students are self-funded, while others are admitted with funding from Norway's Quota Scheme.
MSc in Engineering/ Architecture/ Natural Sciences and Medicine
Chemical Engineering (MSc)
Electric Power Engineering (MSc)
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (MSc)
Exercise Physiology/Sports Sciences (MSc)
Geotechnics and Geohazards (MSc)
Global Manufacturing Management (MSc)
Hydropower Development (MSc)
Industrial Ecology (MSc)
Information Systems (MSc)
Light Metals, Silicon and Ferroalloy Production (MSc)
Marine Coastal Development (MSc)
Marine Technology (MSc)
Molecular Medicine (MSc)
Natural Gas Technology (MSc)
Natural Resources Management (MSc)
Petroleum Engineering (MSc)
Petroleum Geosciences (MSc)
Project Management (MSc)
Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS) (MSc)
Sustainable Architecture (MSc) (no admissions in 2014 - next intake autumn 2015)
Sustainable Energy (MSc)
Telematics - Communication Networks and Networked Services (MSc)
Urban Ecological Planning (MSc) (no admissions in 2014 - next intake autumn 2015)
MPhil/ MSc programmes within Arts and Social Sciences
Childhood Studies (MPhil)
Development Studies - Specializing in Geography (MPhil)
English Linguistics and Language Acquisition (MPhil)
Globalization, Politics and Culture
International Master's Application
Self-financed and Quota Scheme
Apply using the preliminary application for Self-financed and Quota Scheme students.
A later deadline may apply if you have a bachelor's degree from Norway/Nordic country, and are a Norwegian/Nordic citizen: Refer to these admission procedures for more information.
Financing your degree
There is no tuition fee at NTNU, but you have to document financial subsistence in order to receive a student residence permit to Norway.
You may be eligible for funding/ scholarship from NTNU or the Norwegian government, depending upon your home country and choice of study programme.
Here's what you need to know:
International Masters Programmes -- Language requirements
All International master's programmes are instructed in English, so there are no Norwegian language requirements. You must be able to demonstrate your English proficiency, however.
NTNU does offer a variety of Norwegian courses if you are interested, all of which are optional for international master's programme students, of course.