Tuition fees at Norwegian universities

TUITION FEES AT NTNU:

The Norwegian government has proposed the introduction of tuition fees for students from countries outside the EU/EEA/EFTA, beginning in the 2023 autumn semester.

A final decision is expected by mid-December 2022.

Until further notice, applicants from countries outside the EU/EEA/EFTA applying for a degree at NTNU starting in 2023 must be prepared to pay tuition fees. 

This does not apply to exchange students from partner universities, or to students from the EU/EEA/EFTA.

More information will be provided once it is available.

Master's programmes in English

Master's programmes in English

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There are three types of English-language master's degrees offered at NTNU.
We also offer continuing education and temporary student places for refugees.

 


International Master's

International Master's

Programmes taught entirely in English where the student studies for two years at NTNU.

 

See our International Master's programmes

Erasmus Mundus Master's

Erasmus Mundus Master's

A programme where the student takes part of his or her studies at NTNU and part of his or her studies at other partner institutions and is awarded a joint or double degree at the completion of the programme.

See our Erasmus Mundus programmes

Joint Nordic Master's

Joint Nordic Master's

A programme where the student takes part of his or her studies at NTNU and part of his or her studies at a Nordic partner institution and is awarded a joint or double degree at the completion of the programme.

See our Joint Nordic programmes

Continuing Education

Continuing Education

Open and in-house courses and programmes for continuing education and professional development

See our Continuing Education programmes

FAQs -master - sharing

Do you have questions? A good starting point is our FAQ for prospective master's students.