Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Trondheim, Norway
Gjøvik University College focuses its research, development and studies in the disciplines health, technology, IT, media and economics and and business management/administration. Gjøvik University College currently employs 280 people, and has an enrollment of about 2600 students.



Many NTNU laboratories are national resources. Most of the laboratories are used i teaching as well as reserach. NTNU and SINTEF operate several laboratories together. Research AreasNTNU's Research Areas:

  • Architecture and Design
  • Arts and Humanities
  • Education and Learning
  • Energy and Environment
  • Engineering
  • Fine Arts and Music
  • ICT
  • Life Sciences and Biotechnology
  • Marine Sciences and Technology
  • Materials Technology and Science
  • Medicine and Health
  • Physical Sciences
  • Social Sciences, Economics and Management

PhD Programmes

Computer Science & IT (1)


Housing services

The Office of International Relations is responsible for allocating accommodation to exchange students and foreign students admitted to one of our international master programmes. Normally, all students are allocated student housing in the spring semester.

Library services


  • Architecture and Civil Engineering Library
  • Dora Library
  • Dragvoll Library
  • Fine Art Library
  • Gjøvik Library
  • Gunnerus Library
  • Kalvskinnet Library
  • Marine Technology Library
  • Medicine and Health Library
  • Music Library
  • Natural Science Library
  • Rotvoll Library
  • Technology Library
  • Trondheim Business School LibraryTrondheim
  • Tungasletta Library

Student Life

Campus life

NTNU Campuses:

  • Dragvoll
  • Elgeseter
  • Gjøvik
  • Gløshaugen
  • Kalvskinnet
  • Lerkendal-Valgrinda
  • Moholt
  • Olavskvartalet
  • Rotvoll
  • Solsiden - Trondheim Academy of Fine Art
  • Tunga
  • Tyholt
  • Øya
  • Ålesund

Other Degrees