Introduction for international students
Introduction programme for international students 13. August 2018
For new international students:
Monday 13. August 2018
|09:00 – 11:00||TBD||Welcome |
Introduction to NTNU in Ålesund and the region, practical information
|International Coordinator Anne Ulla|
What is special with Norwegian society and culture?
|Associate professors Åse Mørkeset and Paula Rice|
|12:00-13:00||Cafeteria||Lunch||International Coordinator Anne Ulla, others|
|13:00-14:00||TBD||Mini course in Student web and Blackboard|| |
Adviser Per Arne Orloff
|14:00-15:00||TBD||Information from the Student Welfare Organization (SFS)||Rolf Viddal, Head of SiT Ålesund|
|15:00-16:00||Time available for individual guidance||International Coordinator Anne Ulla, members of staff|
Introduction programme international students:
Tuesday 14. August 2018
|09:00 – 12:30|| |
Sunnmøre Politikammer – foreign section
Mandatory registration for the immigration authorities
NOTE: All students must have preregistered application online at https://www.udi.no/en/ by August 1st.
You must bring
Students who register this day must not book an appointment for registration online.
When getting back to campus:
stop by the photo automat at B2 to register and take picture for student ID-card
Student ID-card can be picked up at the front desk 2-3 days after photo has been taken.
|13:00 – 14:00||Cafeteria||Lunch||International Coordinator Anne Ulla, others|
Tour on campus
|International Coordinator Anne Ulla, others|
|18:00-||TBD||Boat trip fjord area|
Matriculation Ceremony 15. August
The Matriculation Ceremony for all new students, takes place on 15. August at 11:00 in the main building. Make sure you are there in time, the doors are open from 09:00.
Thursday August 16th and Friday August 17th
See programme arranged by your faculty at www.ntnu.edu
International students participate in the regular mentor activities organized as from Wednesday August 15th, please see full programme on http://www.fadderweb.com/
(web site under construction, to be published during July)
The programme is subject to changes.
N.B. Application deadline 1st March
A ship is a very complex organism. Several systems act in concert to perform the different tasks a ship may be designed to carry out. With a Master’s Degree in Ship Design you can be a part of a design team to build the ships for the future. NTNU in Ålesund is situated in the middle of the world's largest maritime cluster, and you will benefit from international and regional expertise.
There is nothing more global than maritime activities, and specialists in maritime systems and operations have the world as a workplace.
BSc in engineering in marine technology with minimum 30 ECTS mathematics (one semester) or a documented, equivalent education.
For general information regarding how to apply, please contact email@example.com.
- Non-EU/non-EEA students: 1 December
- EU/EEA students: 1 March
- Norwegian students: 1 March
The application is now open - apply through Søknadsweb.
Choose the category International Master`s programs in Søknadsweb