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In February 2022, all infection control measures in Norway were discontinued. NTNU has also discontinued the Emergency Response for the Covid-19 pandemic. After nearly two years, life is nearly back to normal at NTNU.

However, the pandemic still has some ripple effects, e.g. on exams and lectures.


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Exams 2022

Most exams in spring 2022 will have an assessment form different from an exam written in person on campus.

Information about any changes in assessment form will be published and all course descriptions are updated. See this topic page on exams.

Lectures

The schedules are found at your course page or at min side in Innsida after you signed op for your courses.

Information about changes shall primarily be communicated in Blackboard or through other channels that are habitually used related to teaching.

Infected or close contact of someone with Covid-19?

Statutory quarantine has ended, while rules for testing, contact tracing and isolation will still need to be followed. 

Work from home

From Monday 7 February, the main rule is that NTNU staff must go to their workplace in person. From the same date, in-person meetings and gatherings will be allowed again. Keeping a distance of one metre is recommended in both office landscapes and meeting rooms.

Self-tests for Covid-19

Students in Trondheim can phone the caretaker services at (+47) 94532392 and then go to Akrinn to collect the test. In Gjøvik, students can collect self-tests at Studenttorget in the Gneis building. In Ålesund, self-tests can be ordered from the municipality and collected from Kompasset on campus, where the reception desk is open on ordinary working days.

Travel

In principle, all travel within Norway can take place. The infection situation varies, and you may want to investigate whether there are separate regulations and / or recommendations in the municipality you travel to (check the municipality's website). Please see the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' travel information (regjeringen.no) for travel advice for each individual country

Are you infected or in quarantine

 

In general, you should always stay home if you are symptomatically sick. 

However, all official rules and recommendations in Norway regarding what to do if you contract Covid-19 are discontinued. In other words, you are no longer required to isolate or quarantine.

Note, however, that testing positive for Covid-19 still may affect any travel plans you have abroad, depending on the current Covid-19 measures in the country you intend to travel to.  

Your student life

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Lecures


The schedules are found at your course page or at min side in Innsida after you signed op for your courses.

Information about changes shall primarily be communicated in Blackboard or through other channels that are habitually used related to teaching.

Exams


Information about any changes in assessment form will be published and all course descriptions are updated. See this topic page on exams.

Practical training

Practical training


If you are unable to attend practical training, or have to cancel due to coronavirus, you will be given the opportunity for new practical training. See guidelines for practical training.

Reading room


All reading rooms will be available this autumn,

See this overview of rooms and equipment for more information, rules for use and how you book.

contact

HSE section


HSE section

Email: hms@ntnu.no

 

NTNU's occupational health services.

Qustions regarding the buildings


Address all questions regarding the buildings to e-custodian or email kontakt@campusservice.ntnu.no or tel. 73 59 54 15 (08:00–15:00).

Press contacts


Jan Erik Kaarø

Email: jan.kaaro@ntnu.no

Telephone:  91897136


For experts on coronavirus related themes, see NTNU's expert list ​​​​​​​