University admission for refugees

University admission for refugees

There are a number of single courses available for refugees. Next admission is autumn semester 2023. 
Information about studies for refugees.

Study at NTNU

Study at NTNU

Photo: NTNU / Geir Mogen
With its more than 43 000 students, NTNU is Norway's largest university, and has the main
national responsibility for education and research in engineering and technology. 


NTNU is an internationally oriented university, with a main profile is science and technology, a variety of programmes of professional study, and great academic breadth that also includes the humanities, social sciences, economics, medicine, health sciences, educational science, architecture, entrepreneurship, art disciplines and artistic activities.

More than 8% of NTNU students are international, from 121 countries. Prospective students have several options, including full-degree or exchange studies, doctorates and more. Read more below.

Being a new student at NTNU

New or prospective students should check out our pages on being a new student at NTNU.


Degree studies

NTNU offers more than 60 international master's programmes taught entirely in English, as. In addition, we offer a number of double and joint degrees in cooperation with other institutions.
See our International Master's programmes

Exchange studies

NTNU welcomes thousands of exchange students from partner universities abroad, who Exchange students typically attend NTNU for a period of 3-12 months before returning to their home university.
Read more about exchanging to NTNU

PhD opportunities

Doctoral research programmes are available in most disciplines at NTNU.
Read more about our PhD opportunities

Continuing Education

Continuing Education

Open and in-house courses and programmes for continuing education and professional development

See our Continuing Education programmes