New student at Geotechnics and Geohazards?
All new students must be present on Monday, August 10th, 2015 and participate in Orientation Week and the Matriculation Ceremony in week 34.
Tuesday August 11th, 2015 - Matriculation Ceremony
09.15 Matriculation Ceremony part 1 takes place at the lawn outside the main building of Campus Gløshaugen.
12.00 Matriculation Ceremony part 2, Auditorium S3.
The Matriculation Ceremony is compulsory for all new students at NTNU. Make sure you get registered.
See more information to students admitted to an International Master’s Programme.
If you have any questions, please contact study advisors at the IVT-faculty by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
(MSc in) Geotechnics and Geohazards
Each year, natural catastrophes due to geological hazards cause countless deaths and extensive damage to the environment and infrastructure worldwide. Geohazards include land-slides, rockslides, avalanches, earthquakes and tsunamis. In 2001, more than 25 000 people lost their lives in different types of natural catastrophes, while material damage was estimated at USD 300 billion. Many lives could be saved and enormous destruction avoided if people knew more about geohazards forecasting and prevention.
The Geotechnical Division at NTNU, together with the International Centre for Geohazards (ICG), works on assessment, prevention and mitigation of geohazards, including risks associated with landslides and mass transport in soil and rock due to rainfall, flooding, earthquakes and human intervention.
The MSc programme in Geotechnics and Geohazards (geo-related natural disasters) is a two year long Master`s degree programme taught in English at NTNU. It aims to provide technical-scientific insight into the phenomena connected with geohazards, and focuses on properties of soil and geotechnical materials, field exploration, field measurements, laboratory testing, computer simulations, risk evaluations and practical design skills needed for engineering solutions to geohazards and geotechnical challenges.
Questions about your international master's application?
Having trouble with your online application for our international Master's of Science programmes? Wondering when the deadlines are, or what kind of language requirements to be fullfilled? We have answered all these questions and more in our FAQs.
Facts about the programme
International Master's (MSc) - 2 years
Language of instruction:
Number of students admitted:
Engineering Science and Technology
Civil and Transport Engineering
See student guidance
15 APRIL: Norwegian applicants
If you are a Norwegian citizen and hold a bachelor's degree from Norway. See admission procedures.
1 MARCH: Nordic applicants
The 1 March deadline may apply if you have a bachelor's degree from a Nordic country or are a Nordic citizen. See admission procedures.
15 JANUARY: International applicants
The online application is now closed for international students. Next intake is August 2016, the application form will open autumn 2015.