NTNU Oceans is one of NTNU’s 4 Strategic Research Areas, with a strong interdisciplinary organizational focus and activities across faculties and campuses. NTNU Oceans is committed to supporting practical experiences for students and young researchers to promote the next generation of Ocean Science and Literacy at NTNU.


NTNU Oceans Internship Program

Students following a practical course at any faculty/department at NTNU can apply for an internship at NTNU Oceans. Internships for fall or spring semester could be arranged for 3-6 months.

We have had interns from EU Studies, Media Studies, Organizational Psychology, Graphic Design, etc. We are open to working with applicants from any discipine to facilitate cross-disciplinary views on our work and projects. Please contact our coordinator to learn more.

For information regarding possible NTNU Oceans Internships in 2021/2022 please contact:;

NTNU Oceans Internship Programme

HiP & NTNU Oceans 2022

Humanister i Praksis, in collaboration with NTNU Oceans has gathered local institutions/companies that are working with Ocean topics, where master students from the Humanities Faculty will be able attend an intensive internship period in 2022.

The list of partners for HiP Oceans 2022:

Blått kompetansesenter; Ringve botaniske hage; Ringve Musikkmuseum; Rockheim; Trondheim Kommune -Bærekraftsenteret; Seaweed Solutions


For information on the program, please see the following presentation LINK

For more information please contact: 



EiT & NTNU Oceans 2021

In collaboration with Expert in Teams, NTNU Oceans has joined efforts with different faculties at NTNU to define four Villages with interdisciplinary ocean topics.

  • Arktis: Utnyttelse av Arktisk ressurser og utvikling av Arktisk infrastruktur. Hvorfor? (eller hvorfor ikke?), Hva? Og Hvordan (Faculty of Engineering, Institutt for bygg- og miljøteknikk) Village supervisor: Knut Vilhelm Høyland