International Relations

Contact


The Office of International Relations in Trondheim

International students

Current and prospective international students should use the contact information marked with a star *; please do not email or call individual staff members.


Admission officers, exchange: Kari Enge | Maja Haugum Svendsen
Admission officers, master’s degrees: Arild Ohren | Sigrid Hauge
*General student requests: international@st.ntnu.no 
*Housinghousing@st.ntnu.no
*Orientation Weekorientation@sa.ntnu.no
Recruitment: Hege Gabrielsen Førsvoll
*Social media: facebook.com/NtnuInternational

Outgoing student mobility

Prospective international students should use international@st.ntnu.no Please do not contact individual members of staff.


General requests: utveksling@st.ntnu.no
Exchange coordinators: List of exchange coordinators (in Norwegian)

Projects (Erasmus+, Staff mobility, EnPe)

Prospective international students should use international@st.ntnu.no Please do not contact individual members of staff.


EnPe: Elisabeth Strand Vigtel
Erasmus+: Erasmus+ country coordinators and contacts
Staff mobility | Staff Week: Dzenana Kardaza

Management and administration

Prospective international students should use international@st.ntnu.no Please do not contact individual members of staff.


Head of Office: Trond Singsaas
Finances and economics: Elisabeth Ofstad
Management support: Nina Moxnes
Reception and administrative requests:  Dzenana Kardaza | Maja Haugum Svendsen
Web and communications: Hege Gabrielsen Førsvoll

The Office of International Relations in Gjøvik

International relations in Gjøvik

General requests: international@gjovik.ntnu.no
Outgoing student mobility: List of exchange coordinators (in Norwegian)

Other useful NTNU contacts

International forum / faculty contacts

Prospective international students should use international@st.ntnu.no Please do not contact individual members of staff.


International PhDs and researchers

International PhD candidates and researchers should contact NTNU International Research support (NIRS) or the relevant faculty or department. 

Note that most PhDs at NTNU are considered employees. The Office of International Relations will therefore, in most cases, not be able to provide any form of assistance. As a PhD candidate, you will need to contact the relevant faculty or NIRS if you have any questions.

If you wish to apply for a PhD, you will need to read the information online before contacting the relevant faculty or department. 


 

 

NTNU Alumni

Contact 

Trondheim - Office of International Relations

International House, O. S. Bragstads plass 3, 7491 Trondheim, Norway

Student visiting hours: 12:30 - 15:00

international@st.ntnu.no


Gjøvik - Office of International Relations

Visiting address: Teknologivegen 22, 2815 Gjøvik, Norway
Postal address: P.O. box 191, 2802 Gjøvik, Norway


Ålesund - International Office

Postal address: P.O. box 1517, 6025 Ålesund, Norway
Visiting address: Larsgårdsvegen 2, 6009 Ålesund


Student contact form
admissions@st.ntnu.no  
Social media: Facebook
Web: ntnu.edu/international
FAQs: ntnu.edu/studies/faq