Norwegian University of Science and Technology is a public university with campuses in the cities of Trondheim, Gjovic, and Alesund. It is the largest university in Norway.
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
The school offers bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degree programs in the fields of Engineering, Natural and physical sciences, social sciences, arts, medicine, and health science, Architecture, etc.
Cost of study and living In Norway
All public universities in Norway are operating tuition-free education. However, students will have to take care of their living expenses which is estimated at 800 Euro to 1000 Euros per month.
This amount will take care of a student’s accommodation, feeding, transportation, books, etc. Please find below a breakdown of the living expenses in Norway:
- Accommodations – 360 to 400 Euros per month
- Books and study materials – 100 t0 200 Euros
- Transportation – 70 to 100 Euros
- Bread – 3 Euro
- 1Litre milk – 1.5 Euro
- 500g cheese – 6.5 Euro
- 12 Eggs – 4 Euro
- Cereals – 2.5 to 5 Euros
Norwegian University of Science and Technology offers over 40 masters programs taught in the English language.
No bachelor program is taught in English. Some of the master’s programs taught in English are; Biology, Biotechnology, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Childhood Studies, Electric Power Engineering, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Exercise Physiology, Hydropower Development, Industrial Ecology, Information Systems, Marine Technology, Natural Gas Technology, Petroleum Engineering, Project Management.
Application time and deadline
The application times and deadlines at NTNU vary depending on the program. Admission applications start October 1st and end December 1st for most study programs.
How to apply for admission
The mode of application for admission into NTNU is online. Students will need to create an online account on the university portal, fill in basic information, print out the application form and post to the university along with supporting documents.
Note that the deadline for submitting supporting documents is by January or February. After sending your application to the school, the admissions department will review it and will offer the applicant admission if he/she meets the minimum entry requirement.
Please contact the university here for more information on how to apply for admission.
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