|Autumn Semester / Academic Year|
|Credits||20-25 UW credits per semester|
|Eligibility|| Junior standing or above by time of
departure; min. 3.0 GPA
|Language||Instruction in English|
|Adviser||Mike Renes | email@example.com|
| Jan. 15 (Autumn Semester and Academic Year)
Spring Semester priority deadline
|May 15 (Spring Semester)|
|General|| With 20,000 students studying a range of
disciplines in seven different faculties,
NTNU is alive with the intellectual energy
of people pursuing their dreams.
| Where You Will Study
Expenses, Financial Aid, & Scholarships
|Visas||This country is part of the Schengen area. Please click here to learn more about important rules and restrictions for foreign visitors to this area.|
Where You Will StudyThink of it as an ancient city with a modern soul. Trondheim was Norway's first capital city, founded more than 1,000 years ago, in 997 - but now instead of Viking raiders and Hanseatic traders, you'll find jazz musicians and an international student body savoring Trondheim city life.
With a population of about 165,000, Trondheim counts itself as Norway's third largest city. The city's cafes spill out onto cobblestone streets lined with colorful wooden buildings, while the twin towers and copper-clad spire of Europe's northernmost gothic cathedral frame the southern skyline.
Trondheim's charms extend well beyond its city centre. The city maintains two public parks with extensive trail networks, for hiking and cross-country skiing. With mountains located both to the south and east of the city, downhill skiing is only 2 hours away. Trondheim fjord also offers its own attractions from swimming, boating and kayaking.
AcademicsThis direct exchange is geared towards students who want to choose from a wide variety of courses taught in English and fully immerse themselves in the life and culture of Norwegian society and student life. Participants need a high level of personal maturity and independence.
NTNU research is on the cutting edge, and many of the technological and cultural innovations that allow Norway to extract oil from the North Sea, grow healthy salmon in fish farms, or interpret the country's 9,000 years of human history have been developed here. In fact, the university itself, founded in 1910, has contributed a solid century of academic achievements and discoveries that have shaped Norwegian society.
As the second largest university in Norway, with 53 departments spread out over seven major campuses, Whether your passion is ship design or medical research , virtual reality or urban renewal in China, NTNU has something for you.
You can begin your search for courses right here:
NTNU course catalog
If you’re looking for a record of how courses from this institution have been transferred in the past, visit the course equivalency database to help you determine what foreign courses might satisfy your academic needs here at the UW.
For more information on how these courses will appear on your UW transcript, please visit: credits for exchanges
Exchange students at NTNU are guaranteed housing as long they apply before the specified deadlines. Housing is typically a single room that in a student residence with a shared kitchen and/or bathroom.
Program Expenses, Financial Aid & ScholarshipsAs a participant of a university exchange, you pay an exchange fee equivalent to UW tuition (1.5 quarters of UW tuition for semester-long exchanges, and 3 quarters of UW tuition for academic year exchanges). Exchange fees are determined by UW residency status: in-state students pay an exchange fee equivalent to in-state tuition, and out-of-state students pay an exchange fee equivalent to out-of-state tuition. The exchange fee and IPE administrative fee are charged to your UW account and due by the UW tuition deadline for your term(s) of study abroad. You should also budget for additional expenses such as international airfare & transportation, books & course materials, visa & passport fees, study abroad insurance and personal expenses.
For the total estimated costs of this particular program, you may request a budget by filling out a Budget Request Form.
For more information about budgeting, financial aid, and scholarships for study abroad visit our page on Finances.
Application ProcessTo apply for this exchange, click the "Apply Now" button and follow the prompts to create an application. After you create your application, click on each of the links on your study abroad application homepage and complete the remaining application requirements: questionnaires, material submissions, and electronic signature documents.
University exchanges may also require completion of a secondary application specific to the host institution. Instructions about this process will be provided to you by your study abroad advisor following your selection for the exchange.
See Applications and Recommendations for additional information about the application process and tips for recommendations.
See Withdrawal for UW program withdrawal policies.
After participating in a UW Study Abroad program, students are asked to complete a Program Evaluation Report detailing their experiences abroad and giving advice for future students. These reports cover all aspects of a student's time abroad, including orientation, academics, housing, finances, and cultural differences.
To see past students' evaluations for the Norwegian University of Science & Technology Direct Exchange program, click on the link below.
There are currently no program evaluations for this program on file.
Note: student names and contact information have been crossed off for confidentiality reasons. If you would like to get in contact with a previous participant of this program, please inquire at the Study Abroad Office or email firstname.lastname@example.org.