For our students
NTNU awards approximately 80% of all advanced engineering degrees in Norway and has a long history of cooperating closely with industry to ensure that our degree programmes are relevant and that our curriculum incorporates current research and technology.
Studying at NTNU
Living in Trondheim
If you are anticipating a period of study at NTNU, the following sources should provide some insight concerning both the country and the city of Trondheim, often called the "number one student town" due to its student friendliness.
- Info about NTNU and life as a student in Trondheim
- Minifacts about Norway
- This is Norway – what the figures say
- VisitNorway.com - information from accross Norway, including short films
The credit system now used at NTNU is based upon a workload of 60 credits for each academic year. This corresponds to European Credit Transfer System credits (ECTS). The ECTS system facilitaties student mobility and international curriculum development and is system is based on the student workload required to achieve the objectives of a programme. » NTNU's Grading and Credit System.
Sustainable development component
NTNU ranks among the best for sustainable development education, according to the Engineering Education Observatory evaluation, ranking NTNU as no. 2 in Europe. The biennial evaluation encompasses 56 technical universities in Europe, looking at both their committment to sustainability education at the undergraduate level as well as the availability of Master and PhD level specialization. Top marks can be attributed to a long track record of courses for engineering students in the field and not least the graduate study options through the Industrial Ecology Programme.
Drop- in: 12.30 - 15.00
Phone: (+47) 73 59 37 00
Geology building, 1st floor
If you need advice or counselling concerning your studies here at the IV faculty, you should contact the student advisor responsible for your study programme: