Study environment

Mathematical Sciences - Master's Programme, 2 years - Trondheim

Study environment

Being a student in Trondheim

Main building of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). Picture.

Trondheim is renowned for its excellent student and academic environment and has been voted Norway's best student city multiple times. Trondheim has over 200,000 residents and 33,000 students who leave their mark on the city. The hub for many is the Student Society. Whatever your leisure interests are, you are sure to find something to get involved with.

With us, you will receive a practical and diverse mathematical education with close supervision from your academic community. As an undergraduate, you will be part of a large and varied academic environment where you can participate in numerous activities. The teaching comprises lectures, self-study, and group exercises. 22 students are admitted to the programme of study in Trondheim.

The student association Delta

The student association for the science courses in mathematics and physics, Delta, works to ensure that students receive a broad range of offerings beyond their studies. The association serves as a social meeting place and organises its own mentorship programme.

As a student of mathematical subjects, you have access to the mathematics students' very own Mathland, complete with study room seats, social group areas, kitchenettes, and computer labs.

Mathland and reading spaces

Female students are invited to participate in the Ada project. Ada organizes social and career-relevant events for female students on the technology programmes at NTNU that have a low share of female students.