Frequently Asked Questions
Q. May I choose my mobility path?
A. No, if you are a scholarship student. Yes, if you are a self funding student.
Q. I have a degree in media studies, am I eligible to apply to Choreomundus ?
A. If you have a degree other than the ones specified in the first item on the Admission Requirements page, you may apply to Choremundus if you can demonstrate that you have a strong dance background. Please read the Admission Requirements: https://www.ntnu.edu/studies/choreomundus/admission
Q. I love dancing and would like to continue at master’s level, does Choreomundus focus on practical dance training?
A. No, Choreomundus does not provide a training in dance practice. It is an academic programme which analyses dance practice.
Q. I applied for Choreomundus last year. Do I need to upload all the documents again?
A. Every year is a new application round so you must complete all the requirements including uploading all documents.
Q. I would like to know if the dancing in the video clip can be any dance form (hip-hop/popping/contemporary) or does it have to be grounded in the culture of my country?
A. The clip may be of dancing of any kind including contemporary dance or hip hop. If you have expertise in dance grounded in the culture of your country it is also good to demonstrate that.
Q. Choreomundus is a good fit for my interests and would be an amazing opportunity, but what is the content of the programme?
A. You will find information on the programme’s content on the following web page: https://www.ntnu.edu/studies/choreomundus/programme-content
Q. If I’m accepted onto Choreomundus in which countries will I study and in what order?
A. For information about the mobility path between the 4 partner countries, please consult the following web page: https://www.ntnu.edu/studies/choreomundus/mobility
Q. Must the first degree certificate or diploma must be scanned and translated? Or just scanned?
A. The first or/and second degree certificate(s) and transcript(s) of records must be translated. Both the originals and translations must be scanned and uploaded with the application.