NTNU - facts and figures

NTNU - facts and figures

 

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Organization, budget and employees

Organization, budget and employees


  • Nine faculties and faculty level groups and 55 departments
  • Budget: NOK 10 billion, of which NOK 2,6 billion from external sources (2021)
  • 7761 full-time equivalents (FTEs) (2020). Two of three (5057) work with teaching, research and dissemination (academic positions), off which more than 42 per cent are women and approx 35 per cent are international.
  • Close cooperation with SINTEF, an R&D organization with 1800 employees (both co-located with NTNU in Trondheim, and in Oslo)
  • Facilities (owned or rented) totalling 734 000 m2
  • University Library with 16 library departments, 2 million printed books, 925 000 e-books, 275 databases and over 3 million annual full-text article downloads

Studies

Studies


42 840

students

3 629

international students

4 624

students in continuing education programmes

 

Students

  • Most first-priority applicants of Norgwegian universities, 25 400 (2021), og the university that recruits the most nationally
  • 42 840 registrerte studenter, om lag halvparten innenfor teknisk-naturvitenskapelige fag (2020)
  • 85% of students are in Trondheim, 9% in Gjøvik and 6% in Ålesund (2020)
  • Just above half of the students are women (2019)
  • 6 per cent of the students are international, and they are from 121 countries (2020)
  • 7889 bachelor's and master's degrees awarded (2020)

Education

  • Specialization in technology and the natural sciences. 75% of Norway's master candidates in technology
  • 356 study programmes (2020), as well as further education.
  • Also offers a range of bachelor's, master's and doctoral programmes in humanities, social sciences, economics, medicine, health sciences, educational sciences, architecture, entrepreneurship and aesthetic disciplines.
  • Educates most teachers (teacher training, lecturer, primary school, vocational), and in health and fine arts in Norway
  • Almost half of the students are in technical and natural sciences programmes 

Continuing education and Alumni

Research and Innovation

Research and Innovation


Budget and facilities

Budget and facilities


  • Budget: NOK 10 billion, of which NOK 2,6 billion from external sources (2021)
  • Facilities (owned or rented) totalling 734 000 m2

The History of NTNU

The history of NTNU


NTNU dates back as far as 1760 and the establishment of the Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and letters.

More about the history of NTNU.

 

Strategies, plans and reports

Strategies, plans and reports


Strategies, plans and reports

Presentations about NTNU

Presentations about NTNU


Short presentations on research, education and organization. You will also find brochures and presentations of the faculties on this website.

Presentations about NTNU