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Study start for the master's programme in Neuroscience
Orientation meeting 22nd August
Welcome to the orientation meeting for the master's programme in Neuroscience Monday 22nd August at 09:00 in room MTS11 at Campus Øya.
Orientation meeting attendance is mandatory. If you are unable to attend, you must give advance notice of this through our digital form. Otherwise you risk losing your study place.
The orientation meeting will introduce you to the study programme leader, the student advisor and your fellow students, and practical information about the courses will be given.
The Office of International Relations organizes an orientation programme for new international students, called Orientation week, which starts August 16th. 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. We encourage all to attend!
SOMA is the student organization for master's students at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences. They will organize a welcoming program for the new students and the senior students for the upcoming semester, starting this August. This will help the students to communicate and get to know each other. We intend to arrange the program after the University orientation week. More information is available on SOMA's Facebook page
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Find out how to get to campus, learn about student organizations and -activities at NTNU and who to contact if you have special needs
Find out where you are and where you want to go
Take the bus if you can
Since parking spaces at campus are limited, we recommend that you use public transport to get to campus.
Many different student organizations will be present on campus to showcase the variety of activities, causes and organizations you can engage with at NTNU.
Representatives from certain services at NTNU and Sit, such as the Office of International Relations, will also be present.
If you have any special needs, NTNU can provide several support services. Read more about the disability office.
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You must register and pay semester fee to get access to the timetable, syllabus literature and other learning resources and to submit the non-disclosure agreement:
To get access to timetables, the learning management system and other NTNU-systems, you need to have an active user account. This requires registering and paying the semester fee.
You can register as soon as you have received the welcome e-mail from NTNU
In the arrival checklist you can find out how to create a user account and other things you need to take care of before and during the semester start.
You will find your timetable in the timetable system TP. You will gain access to TP when you have payed the semester fee, created a user account and registered for courses.
You can also search for course timetables here. please contact the department responsible for the course if the timetable is not present.
The syllabus literature is available through the the Learning management system Blackboard once you have registered as a student with the program.
All students at the Faculty of Medicine have to sign a non-disclosure agreement protocol.
By signing this protocol, you promise to take all reasonable precautions to ensure that personal data relating to patients or sensitive research data will be kept confidential.
You need to be registered as a student and have an active user-account at NTNU to get access to the protocol.
Sign the non-disclosure agreement protocol and hand it in electronically by 15th September.
How to learn Norwegian
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 in August. The course includes several day-trips in the surroundings of Trondheim, and a weekend-excursion to nearby mountains.