Study environment

Neuroscience (Master's Programme)

Study environment

The master's programme has small classes, which stimulates a good study environment. The students contribute to the interdisciplinary environment with their different educational backgrounds. Master's thesis projects are offered in multidisciplinary research teams such that students are exposed to and encouraged to participate in collaborative projects.

Students will get access to high-tech laboratory environments, and modern reading and lecture rooms, computer labs and library facilities at Øya campus in Trondheim. NTNU shares this campus with St. Olav's University Hospital.


SOMA is the student organization for all master’s students at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences. They offer both academic and social activities throughout the semester. The most important activities provided by SOMA take place during the annual Buddy Week in August, welcoming new master's students to our campus:

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