International Master's Programmes

NTNU offers more than 35 International Master's Programmes. All programmes have a duration of two academic years (4 semesters) and are taught in English. Some students are self-funded, while others are admitted with funding from Norway's Quota Scheme.

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NTNU in Trondheim

Biology (MSc)
Biotechnology (MSc) 
Chemical Engineering (MSc)
Chemistry (MSc) 
Childhood Studies (MPhil)
Development Studies - Specializing in Geography (MPhil)
Electric Power Engineering (MSc)
English Linguistics and Language Acquisition (MPhil)
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (MSc)
Exercise Physiology/Sports Sciences (MSc)
Fine Art (MFA) 
Geotechnics and Geohazards (MSc)
Globalization: Transnationalism and Culture (MSc)
Global Manufacturing Management (MSc)
Hydropower Development (MSc)
Industrial Design Engineering (MSc)
Information Systems (MSc)
Light Metals, Silicon and Ferroalloy Production (MSc)
Marine Coastal Development (MSc)
Marine Technology (MSc)
Mathematics (MSc)
Molecular Medicine (MSc)
Natural Gas Technology (MSc)
Natural Resources Management (MSc)
Neuroscience (MSc)
Nordic Master in Dance studies (NO-MA-DS)
Petroleum Engineering (MSc)
Petroleum Geosciences (MSc)
Physics (MSc)
Project Management (MSc)
Public Health – Specializing in Global Health
Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS) (MSc)
Sustainable Architecture (MSc)
Sustainable Energy (MSc)
Telematics - Communication Networks and Networked Services (MSc)
Urban Ecological Planning (MSc)

NTNU in Gjøvik

Applied Computer Science (MSc)
Information Security (MSc)
Interaction Design (MSc)
Sustainable Manufacturing (MSc)

NTNU in Ålesund

International Business and Marketing 
Management of Demanding Marine Operations
Product and System Design
Ship Design
Simulation and visualisation

Application deadlines

  • Non-EU/non-EEA students: 1 December 2015
  • Norwegian/EU/EEA students: 1 March 2016

The application form for International master's degree programmes will open in October.