Master in Sustainable Manufacturing - Master's Degree Programme - 2 years - Gjøvik
Sustainable Manufacturing YouTube video
Physical semester start
We are planning for a physical semester start - find more information below. There may be changes depending on current pandemic restrictions.
New Student Information & Orientation
New Student Information & Orientation
The International Office in Gjøvik will organise an orientation week for the new international students from 16 to 20 August. The programme will include information meetings and social events.
More information will come.
We are very much looking forward to welcoming new students to NTNU!
At the start-up seminar you will receive important information about the study program. You will meet the people you are going to study with, your teachers and the academic community.
Please note that the program is subject to change.
Friday 20 August
|10.00–12.00||Welcome and get to know MSUMA and the people|
|13.30–14.00||Practical information, Blackboard LMS, semester details|
|15.00–||Pizza and presentations|
We would like to have all students present.
As a new student on Sustainable Manufacturing 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 semester start.
Checklist and manage your studies
For new students, this is what you need to do to get started:
How to get to NTNU Gjøvik
Use Innlandstrafikk's travel planner to get specific route information.
There is no direct train to Gjøvik from the airport, so take the bus.
Map of NTNU
Join the Buddy Week
Join the buddy week – Fadderuka – it will be a good start for your first few weeks in Gjøvik. All new students based in Gjøvik can participate, and you get to know your fellow students on the first day at NTNU.
How to learn Norwegian
NTNU has various part-time classes to help you learn Norwegian as a second language, including a free online course.
Course timetables - If there is no timetable, please contact the department responsible for the course
Several students may need special needs accommodation during their studies. It can be for shorter periods or throughout the whole course of study.
For example, special needs accommodation can apply to different functional reductions, dyslexia or diagnosis that gives you challenges in your everyday life.
If you need special needs accommodation, we would like to get in touch with you as soon as possible after you have been admitted.
The Covid-19 pandemic poses a number of challenges to students arriving from abroad. NTNU is continuously working to facilitate the reception of international students, even in these difficult times.
Please refer to this page for updated information and guidelines. Here you will find all the information you as an international student need to travel to NTNU and Norway for the 2021 autumn semester.
How can we develop sustainable manufacturing processes and products? How can we do more with less resources? One thing we know is that students in Sustainable Manufacturing will participate in forming tomorrow’s sustainable solutions.
This programme of study gives you sought after competence about how we can deal with the challenges that the manufacturing industry is facing today.
You can take this programme of study full-time or part-time.
The programme is open to both international and Norwegian students.
Admittance to the programme requires a bachelor's degree according to the Norwegian framework for bachelor in engineering or equivalent.
With a master's degree in Sustainable Manufacturing you are qualified for a variety of jobs including:
- Project management
- Quality management and engineering
- Manufacturing process engineering
- Materials sciences engineering
In addition you can work in various consulting jobs. This master's degree can also be a stepping stone for an academic career.
Information about student life in Gjøvik and student organisations.
Master in Sustainable Manufacturing involves two years of full-time studies and constitutes a course load of 120 ECTS credits. As far as possible we aim to accommodate an individual education plan if you are not able to take the master's degree programme full-time.
You can contact our student advisers on email: email@example.com or telephone: (+47) 73 59 37 00 if you have any questions about the programme of study or if you have other academic questions.
Krysspublisert! IKKE rør! Application deadlines
1 December 2020
1 March 2021
15 April 2021
Admission August 2021: The application portal will open in October for non-EU students