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Going home is not a viable option for everyone. However, staying in Norway is not easy either.
– When spring comes and the ground is no longer frozen, and the ongoing rehabilitaion work is completed, we have plans to replant trees.
As busy students, we don’t always have time to venture into the forest to get our nature fix, so why does Sit keep cutting down trees?
Indians at home and in Trondheim are terrified of what is happening to their country.
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, NTNU has canceled all on-campus activity starting Thursday morning. Sit and Samfundet also has closures and canceled events.
This year an EIT village ventured past Scandinavia to help developing economies in rural India. There they experienced both challenges and companionship.
Todays technology sector already knows the why on diversification, but they struggle with the how, which is the central topic for one of the many panel discussions at Technoport.
Mathilde Breda Enkerud (22) elected new president of ISFiT 2021, with the theme " Creating Knowledge".
The list of candidates grows longer as ISFiT looks for its new president.
The students of Trondheim are joining the fight against climate changes.
Journalist Aida Cerkez and photographer Morten Hvaal met during the Bosnian war. Now they want
to help other war reporters save lives.
This also marks the twentieth anniversary of the award, which will be awarded during the ISFiT festival in February 2019.
Norwegian and international students socialize at a much lesser extent than they should. It is our responsibility to do something about it.
The most important mission in Juan Pablo Escobar’s life is to reach out to the victims of his father’s crimes
to ask for forgiveness.
NTNU increasing the requirements for incoming foreign exchange students has led to a decline in applicants, affecting Asian students in particular.
Few people would put their M.A. thesis on hold in order to travel to Brazil and make hostels more sustainable. But student and backpacker Eirin Heddeland is certainly the type of person to seize such an opportunity.
Moholt, the student village, is well known for its red brick houses, international students, and partying. But what is it like living there?
100 years after the October Revolution, a new generation of Russians feel ambivalent about its legacy.
If you venture outside the campuses of Dragvoll and Gløshaugen you might stumble upon
the students of the performing art and music, and discover their secrets.
30 percent of international students are never or rarely in contact with Norwegian students. They report it as the biggest drawback of their exchange to Norway.
NTNU should follow the example of Bergen, which has been able to offer bachelors taught in English, writes Marine Chaput and Sondre Stai.
International students who want to take part in student politics are met by language barriers and faulty regulations.
Lutefisk, Samfundet and brown cheese – everything is confusing when you are new in town. We will guide you through your time as an international newcomer in Trondheim.
Starting in the fall of 2012, the university will make room for 300 additional international engineering students.
Some hire people to do work, others make work to employ people.
Without informing anyone, NTNU wanted to coordinate the Cultural Heritage and Archaeology students under one program board. - We are being used to smooth things over for someone else’s conflict, says program board leader for Cultural Heritage, Ola Svein Stugu.
NTNU consists of more international students than ever. But it’s not that easy to move to the little, cold place called Trondheim.