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Norges Teknisk-Naturvitenskapelige Universitet i Trondheim
Country Norway
City Trondheim
Cost of living $945-1,819 USD/Month.
Official Website
General information
Finance type Nonprofit
Organization type Public
Established 1968
Abbreviation NTNU
Teachers 1,766
Students 23,707
Foreigners 13%
Religion None
Academic calendar Other
AdmissionBased on past academic records
Gender limitation No limits
Campus type Suburban
Housing Available
Distance learning Available
Exchange programs Available
Library Available
Knowledge for a better world
• Kunnskapsdepartementet, Norge
• European University Association (EUA)
• Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research (CESAER)
World ranking174
Country ranking2
Academic Reputation277
Employer Reputation279
International Faculty186
International Students355
Citations per Faculty251
Ranking in world by sphere
Engineering and Technology164
Life Sciences and Medicine273
Natural Science257
Social Sciences and Management356
Ranking in world by discipline
Economics & Business151
International rankings
UniPage World University Ranking174
QS World University Rankings254
ARWU Academic Ranking101
Cost of living in Trondheim
Expenses - USD/Month.Min.Med.
Accommodation 401 534
Food 307 637
Transportation 70 237
Communications and utilities 100 126
Clothing 36 136
Sports and leisure 30 149
Accommodation in Trondheim USD/Month.
Shared room outside of centre405
Shared room in city centre539
1 bedroom apartment outside of centre696
1 bedroom apartment in city centre938
Alternative title
Arabic الجامعة النرويجية للعلوم والتكنولوجيا
German Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Spanish Universidad Noruega de Ciencia y Tecnología - NTNU
fi Norjan teknis-luonnontieteellinen yliopisto
French Université norvégienne des sciences et de technologie
Japanese 科学技術のノルウェーの大学
Korean 노르웨이과학기술대학
no Norges Teknisk-Naturvitenskapelige Universitet
Portuguese Universidade Norueguesa de Ciência e Tecnologia
Russian Норвежский университет естественных и технических наук
Chinese 挪威科学技术大学
old Norwegian University of Science and Technology - NTNU
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Norwegian University of Science and Technology or Norges Teknisk-Naturvitenskapelige Universitet i Trondheim (NTNU) - public higher education institution in Norway. NTNU became active in 1968. Inside the city of Trondheim the university has built its own suburban campus.

University ranking. Norwegian University of Science and Technology is second in the national rating of Norway. The university can boast a strong track record, ranking 10 in the national ranking of Norway. It ranks the highest in the following disciplines «Engineering and Technology», «Life Sciences and Medicine», «Natural Science», «Social Sciences and Management», «Mathematics», «Economics & Business». NTNU is among the best in terms of education quality, proudly standing in the top 300 in the international rankings according to this criterion. High academic reputation allows the students to promptly find employment upon graduation.

Application process and the cost of tuition. It is important to mention that the applicants are evaluated based on the previous academic performance. Is among the educational institutions that allow the students to enroll in online programs.

The composition of the university. Norwegian University of Science and Technology is a big educational institution, attended by more than 23 thousand students. Both citizens and foreigners are able to apply. The ratio is 1 foreign student to 8 local ones. To ensure that the quality of education stays high the university has an academic staff consisting of more than 1700 specialists. Многие преподаватели Norwegian University of Science and Technology - иностранные специалисты. The university offers its students and the academic staff to participate in the international exchange programs. NTNU has the following social media pages Itunes, Twitter, Facebook.

Infrastructure of NTNU. The students have access to the university’s library. Students can apply for a dormitory. It is one of the members of European University Association (EUA), and Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research (CESAER).

Norwegian University of Science and Technology - Official Description

As the name states the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU, is a centre for technological education and research in Norway, with a solid foundation in the natural sciences.This tradition is interwoven with broadly based expertise in the classical university disciplines of the humanities, medicine and the social sciences. At the same time, NTNU offers the widest range of education in art subjects; music, the visual arts and architecture, of all the universities in Norway. Academic staff at NTNU collaborate on projects with researchers all over the world. We also work with national and international business and industry as well as with the Norwegian public authorities. Our research staff are engaged in about 2000 R&D projects each year. We also host 20-30 major scientific conferences annually. NTNU staff cooperate closely with two research foundations, the SINTEF Group and Allforsk, in order to bridge the gap between academia and industry. NTNU has formal cooperation agreements with all the leading Norwegian industrial companies. Contracts for R&D and educational programmes have also been signed with a range of international companies, including ABB, Alcatel, BP Amoco, Deminex, ElfTotalFina, Shell and Verbundnetz Gas.

Description of Norwegian University of Science and Technology

NTNU's vision is "Knowledge for a better world". NTNU aims to create the basis for the development of knowledge and to create value - economic, cultural and social.
NTNU is a university with a broad academic scope with a focus on technology and natural sciences. The university has about 22 000 students and close to 5 500 employees. Of these are 1700 in academic positions. NTNU has been given the national responsibiliy for post graduate engeneering education. The institution offers an extensive range of subjects in the natural sciences, technology, the humanities, the social sciences and financial and economic disciplines. NTNU educates candidates for the the professions: medicine, psychology, architecture, fine arts, music, pictorial art and teacher training. NTNU's reseach has an international focus and can be characterized as being at the leading edge in specific areas of technology, having a broad disciplinary scope and an interdisciplinary approach. NTNU has elected four thematic interdisciplinary strategic areas that adress the key social challenges where NTNU is especially qualified to make a contribution. We will make the best possible use of our main profile, academic breadth and our intredisciplinary expertise to tackle the large and complex challenges faced by Norway and the world community.
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