Registering for courses
After you have arrived at NTNU, you must register the courses you have received preliminary approval for by using Student Web. You must register your courses using Student Web before the deadline in order to be enrolled:
- Autumn semester: 15 September
- Spring semester: 1 February
If you cannot remember which courses you were pre-approved for, you should contact the Office of International Relations. However, please check the information that has been sent to you by email first.
Taking courses you have not been pre-approved to take
If you want to take a course for which you were not previously approved there are two ways to obtain approval. The way you do it depends on whether the course has open or restricted admission:
- Open admission
Check to see that you have the prerequisites (academic background) for the course(s) you would like to add to your program and then register for the course using Student Web.
- Restricted admission
Contact the department/faculty for approval and have them sign the restricted course approval form. Full list of restricted courses for 2015/2016.
Course search and information
All courses offered at NTNU can be found in the online course catalogue. Remember to check the box "Show only courses offered in English".
Timetables and rooms
Check exam dates and identify potential conflicts
Make sure you do not have more than one exam on any given day. The exam dates can be found under course search.
Register using Student Web
You must register for courses using Student Web - even if you have received a preliminary pre-approval before arriving at NTNU.
- Which courses did I register for? Check your email or ask the Office of International Relations.
- I selected this course, but would like to take another and I know exactly which one. Ask an academic advisor. Bring your transcript with you!
- I selected this course and it isn't being offered (or I decided I don't want to take it). What can I take? Check the online course catalogue.
- I need advice on which courses to take. Ask an academic advisor.
- I don't know who to ask. Contact the Office of International Relations.