Information technology, electrical engineering and mathematics studies

COURSES FOR EXCHANGE STUDENTS - TRONDHEIM

Information technology, electrical engineering and mathematics studies

 

Info-meeting for international exchange students at Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (IE):

Time: To be announced
Location: To be announced


Courses at IE

Courses

Courses are usually given once a year. Either in the autumn or the spring semester.

We have courses both at bachelor's level and at master's level. 

Please note that the IE-faculty offers courses on campuses located in three different cities in Norway (Trondheim, Ålesund and Gjøvik). Make sure to choose the courses for your stay according to the city you plan to stay in.


Projects IE

Courses taught in English

Bachelor's project

If you wish to complete a bachelor's project, your application will be considered on an individual basis.

Master's courses

Courses at master's level are usually taught in English.
Exams are in English, and most textbooks used are English.

Our courses cover the fields of:

  • Information Security and Communication Technology
  • Computer Science and Informatics  -  [Course Dependencies]
  • Electronics
  • Electric Power and Energy and Environmental Engineering 
  • Engineering Cybernetics
  • Mathematics

Projects, specialization, and master's thesis

If you wish to complete a master's thesis, project, or a specialization course your application will be considered on an individual basis.

Courses to avoid

  • Courses at Ph.D. level are normally not open to exchange students.
  • EiT (Experts in Teamwork) are normally not open to exchange students.
  • The courses IT2901 and IT3604 are restricted and not recommended for exchange students.
  • The courses IT3402TT3010, TTM4175, TTM4200.

Apply to the Office of International Relations

Visit the web pages of the NTNU Office of International Relations to learn more about:


KRYSSPUBLISERT: Courses for exhanche students

Courses

NTNU in Trondheim offers a wide variety of courses  taught in English. The majority of the courses can be found using course search:

Online course catalogue 

Application deadlines

Starting spring semester

  • All: 1 October

Starting autumn semester

  • Non-EU/non-EEA students: 1 April
  • EU/EEA students: 1 May

How to apply