Department of Neuromedicine and Movement Science


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The Department of Neuromedicine and Movement Science hosts the following bachelor and master programmes:

Bachelor programmes

Master programmes

  • Master in Human Movement and Occupational Science
  • Master in Human Movement Science

Teaching medical students is an important task for the Department of Neuromedicine and Movement Science. Our staff teaches subjects such as stroke/geriatrics; neurology/clinical neurophysiology; otolaryngology (head and neck surgery)/oral surgery; eye; adult psychiatry; orthopaedics; rheumatology, neurosurgery/physical medicine; health informatics; and fundamental laboratory subjects. In addition the department offers individual subjects at bachelor, master and Ph.D. level.

Within further education, the Department offers an experience-based master programme in health informatics as well as the individual courses "Referral to specialist for manual therapists" and "Research course in psychiatry".

For our students

Information for students already enrolled in one of our programmes can be found here: 

19 Apr 2024

Contact INB

Contact INB

>   +47 73 59 20 20

  Enquiries regarding Ph.D.:


 Contact the study administration through our information site in NTNU Hjelp or by e-mail

For Medical studies: 

For applicants and all external to the department: 

Enquires are normally answered within a work week (Mon-Fri, 8am-3pm). Please include your contact information: complete name, e-mail, cellphone number and to which study programme you belong.

The department cannot answer quistions related to admittance, please direct suc enquiries to


  Managemet and Administration


  About the Department

Programmes of study

Programmes of study