NTNU Career

NTNU Career

NTNU Karriere

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We can help you explore your possibilities and make meaningful career choices.

NTNU Career is the central careers service at the university. We offer free courses, lectures and counselling to NTNU students in the areas: increased awareness of competence, the job seeking process and job interviews. We give feedback on your CV and cover letter. Student organisations can ask for customised courses.

Get connected to employers for internships, jobs or academic collaboration through our job portal, NTNU Bridge.

Student counsellors at NTNU can order customised courses for students at their study programme. We also welcome collaboration in making arrangements where students get knowledge about working life, job search, or opportunities to meet employers and alumni.

Applying for job in Norway

Applying for job in Norway

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Online courses

Manage your studies

Manage your studies

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Connecting students and employers

Connecting students and employers

Careers portal NTNU Bridge


Students: Discover  opportunities for academic collaboration with employers.  Find advertised vacancies for internships, trainee-positions, part-time or full-time jobs.

Employers: Publish job vacancies or topics for projects or master's theses collaboration. Find students that are right for your project.


Mastering everyday life

If you need someone to talk to, sit offers counselling on phone or video call to reflect upon your situation, find solutions and helpful coping strategies.

Counselling sit

Wake-up service sit


Career Fairs

Overview of Careers Fairs at NTNU

Five tips to get the most out of career fairs in the video


Counselling for NTNU students

Career counselling

via video, phone or e-mail.

For current students, applicants and recent NTNU graduates

Book counselling for:

  • Feedback on CV/cover letter
  • How to describe your skills
  • Career advises 


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