Master's programmes taught in English
NTNU offers over 50 master's programmes in English. There are three types of English master's degrees offered at NTNU: International Master's programmes, Erasmus Mundus and Joint Nordic degrees. As these are three separate types of programmes, the admission criteria and procedures differ. It is therefore important that you read the information specifically tailored to your programme of interest.
International Master's Programmes
International Master's degrees are programmes taught entirely in English where the student study for two years at NTNU.
No tuition fees.
Non-EU/non-EEA students: 1 December
Norwegian/EU/EEA students: 1 March
FAQ for International Master's Programmes with detailed information about the application process.
Erasmus+ Programmes and Joint Nordic Degrees
- Erasmus+ and Joint Nordic Master's degrees are programmes where the student takes part of his studies at NTNU and part of his studies at other partner institutions, receiving a joint or double degree at the completion of the programme
- NTNU charges no tuition fees, but some of the partner universities might
- Taught in English
- Application deadline Joint Nordic: 15 January
- Application deadline Erasmus Mundus: Varies, please consult the relevant programme website
Eligibility and academic requirements
Unfortunately we do not have the capacity to assess your academic background prior to the application process. To see if you are eligible, please consult the academic requirements of the study programme of your interest.
We require all international students to have a good command of English at an academic level and you may need to provide TOEFL/IELTS test scores. Students taking courses in English are not required to have any Norwegian language knowledge.
Financing and financial deposit
There are no tuition fees at NTNU. There are a very limited number of scholarships available for specific student groups (E.g. Erasmus Mundus scholarship).
All international students who are not citizens of EU/EEA/EFTA countries must be able to document that they have enough funding to live in Norway while attending university.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you cannot find the information you are looking for in the FAQ section or on our website. You can also contact us on our Facebook page. However, please note that we do not have the capacity to respond to questions that are already answered in the FAQ section.
1 December 2018
1 March 2019
The application portal will open in mid-OctoberDo you have questions about your application? Please see our FAQ
Joint Nordic Master's Application
How to apply
Please consult your study programme
Trondheim - Office of International Relations
International House, O. S. Bragstads plass 3, 7491 Trondheim, Norway
Student visiting hours:
- 13-17 August: Closed during Orientation Week
- 20-24 August: Extended opening hours
- 10:00- 15:30
- 12:30 - 15:00
Gjøvik - Office of International Relations
Visiting address: Teknologivegen 22, 2815 Gjøvik, Norway
Postal address: P.O. box 191, 2802 Gjøvik, Norway
Ålesund - International Office
Postal address: P.O. box 1517, 6025 Ålesund, Norway
Visiting address: Larsgårdsvegen 2, 6009 Ålesund