NTNU alumni with a master’s degree can now order an NTNU master’s ring.
23,981 applicants have NTNU as their first choice for higher education in 2023. NTNU therefore keeps the position as the country´s most sought-after university. The number of applicants increases by 1.9 percent compared to last year.
In February, 100 American soldiers comes to Trøndelag to carry out a two-week training and experience programme. A group of officers has also visited the research environments at NTNU.
Congratulations to Professor May-Britt Moser and the research community at the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience, who were awarded a new Centre of Excellence (CoE) today!
NTNU is introducing a new Rights Retention Strategy – RRS which ensures Open Access to all new scientific articles published by NTNU’s researchers – from day one!
Rector Anne Borg supports the restrictions that the government is now imposing on academic cooperation with Russia.