Welcome week - Marine Technology (Master's Programme)
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Welcome as a new student at NTNU! Here you get information about what happens the first week of your studies.
Monday 14 August
Meet your fellow students and experience your first day as a student with your new friends.
09:15 a.m.: Registration
10:00 a.m.: Matriculation ceremony
11:30 p.m.: Lunch
12:30 p.m.: Information meeting with programme coordinator and student advisor
Location: mingling area at the main entrance at Campus Moholt
Matriculation ceremony – welcome ceremony for new students at NTNU
Location: Behind the main building
You will participate in this formal ceremony together with your buddy group. The ceremony will include musical performances, speeches and you will get a glimpse into life as a student at NTNU.
Join the Buddy week to meet new friends from the first day of studies! All new students can participate.
Mannhullet organises Buddy week for the Marine Technology students.
Join Buddy week kick-off hosted by Studentersamfundet and get a social start of studies. All new students can participate
Location: Elgeseter Park
As a new student at Marine Technology you will get a student mentor the first semester of your studies. The student mentor is a student from your study programme who will share their experience and assist you if you have any queries.
The student mentor will arrange social gatherings and give practical information in smaller groups that you are part of automatically.
You will be contacted by your student mentor after the start of your semester.
During the Orientation week, you will get to know NTNU, your city and other international students in fun ways, and learn everything you need to know to get started in Norway and settle in at NTNU. The Office of International Relations arranges the orientation week.
You can easily get to campus by public transport:
Public transport in Trondheim (atb.no)
Find your way on campus
The MazeMap app will guide you to the different buildings and lecture rooms on campus.
Download the MazeMap app for Android (Google Play) and iPhone (AppStore).
NTNU has various part-time classes to help you learn Norwegian as a second language, including a free online course.
Exchange students can join a 3-week intensive summer course.
Course timetables - If there is no timetable, please contact the department responsible for the course
If you have any special needs, NTNU can provide several support services. Read more about special needs accommodation.
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For new international students
Register for courses, create a user account, connect to wireless network etc.