Campus development

Campus development



In the coming years, NTNU will carry out several major development projects. The buildings and areas of the future will provide better conditions for the core tasks; education and learning environment, research, artistic activity, innovation and dissemination.

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Illustration of areas where opportunities have been explored to gather NTNU's campus on and by Gløshaugen. Illustration: Rodeo Architects / Statsbygg

Unified campus 

Over the next ten years, all of NTNU's academic environment in Trondheim will be gathered from scattered locations to one unified campus in the area around Gløshaugen.

 Illustration exterior Helgasetr. Illustration: Link architecture


NTNU's health and social sciences and the Student Association's (Sit) sports and serving offers will be gathered under one roof on Øya.

Illustration showing the Ocean Space Center at Tyholt in Trondheim. Illustration: Plomp / Snøhetta

Ocean Space Centre

NTNU and SINTEF's new research center within ocean space will contribute to new knowledge, restructuring and innovation.

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Center for Mental Health

NTNU's academic communities in mental health are brought together with St. Olav Hospital's professional environment and treatment options.

 Photo of the entrance to the Science Museum. Photo: Kari Dahl NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet


The museum will be modernized through new and rebuilt areas for dissemination and exhibition.

Illustration Campus plan Gjøvik. tegn_3


A comprehensive campus plan will strengthen the campus and the interaction with city life.

Overview of the Ålesund campus.


The university will be developed through several projects.

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