Manage your studies

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Manage your studies

Higher education is about increasing your professional skills or knowledge, as well as enhancing your personal development. Now you have the opportunity to learn more about the field that interests you. So consider how you learn best and what you want to learn.

Reflect over what you want out of your education and what is important for you when entering working life. Make connections that might last a lifetime.

Study habits

Study habits Go to study habit tips page

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Exam Tips

Exam tips Go to exam tips page

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Mastering student life

Mastering student life Go to mastering your student life page

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Find following e-courses about managing studies on our sites (English texting):

Syllabus overview 

Make plans and organise your time

Concentration and focus

Studying at NTNU

Studying at NTNU

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Counselling at NTNU

Counselling at NTNU

The student adviser at your study programme is your primary contact for questions regarding your studies.

If you want to talk to someone about other subjects, i.e. special needs accommodation or physical or mental health, please find an overview of all counselling services at NTNU in the link below.

Student guidance at NTNU

Counselling for NTNU students

Career counselling

via video, phone or e-mail.

For current students, applicants and recent NTNU graduates

Book free counselling for:

  • Feedback on CV / cover letter
  • Choosing a career path
  • How to describe your skills
  • The job search process

Summer closed in July. We will open up again in August.


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