Study environment

Global Health (Master's Programme)

Study environment

NTNU takes pride in providing an intellectually rich and culturally diverse environment to engage the mind. The MSc in Global Health is particularly designed to allow for rigorous training in a curious and enabling environment where students from all over the world will bring their experience and expertise to understand the greatest health challenges facing the world today. We strive to provide a platform that is both culturally cognizant and socially engaging to create the next generation of scholars who are ready to make a lasting positive impact on the world’s health.

NTNU's MSc in Global Health is taught in English, and you will also get an opportunity to develop your English language skills.

Students will get access to 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.

Blog article about the class of 2015


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:

Student life in Trondheim

Trondheim has a lot to offer in terms of recreation, sports, and culture. Being a mid-sized city, most offers are within walking distance from the campus. The student population makes out approximately a fifth of the total population in Trondheim, leaving a young and positive mark on the city.

Participate in student organizations and activities to balance your academic life at NTNU.

As a student you can join NTNUI – a sports association run solely by students. NTNUI offers more than 70 sports groups, exercise groups, access to cabins in the Trondheim area and the possibility to lend equipment for free to their members. 

Living in Trondheim - NTNU