How to apply
Application procedures vary
The application procedure is different depending mainly upon your source of funding and whether or not you have Nordic citizenship.
- If you have a Nordic citizenship, please refer to these alternate admission procedures.
- If you are self-financed or are applying under the quota scheme, continue reading below.
If you are are self-financed or are applying under the quota scheme, you are required to complete a preliminary application by December 1. The application form opens in autumn.
We appreciate if you upload all available documentation online, as this simplifies the application process later on. However, note that it is not a requirement to submit any documentation for the preliminary application.
Please upload the following documentation (if possible):
- ID/passport: submit a copy of the page that has your name, picture, date of birth and nationality on it
- Diploma OR documentation of graduation
- Complete transcript of record
The preliminary applications will be processed after 1 December, and you may expect a reply in late December or early January.
If your preliminary application is approved, you will receive a final application form by e-mail including necessary information about what docuements to submit. The final application form must be returned to us along with all the necessary documentation by 1 February. Students who do not pass the preliminary screening will also receive an e-mail.
Unfortunately we do not have the capacity to assess your academic background prior to the application process. To see if you are eligible for one of the programmes, please read the requirements on the dedicated programme webpage.
Read more about the specific application requirements and processes:
It is not possible to apply for admission for the spring semester due to the structure of the international master's programmes -- all programmes start in autumn, and extend over four semesters.
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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.
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.