This year marks the 10th year of collaboration between the five leading technical Universities across the Nordic region. Nordic Five Tech (N5T) is a strategic alliance between Aalto University (Helsinki, Finland), Chalmers University of Technology (Gothenburg, Sweden), Technical University of Denmark (Lyngby, Denmark), KTH Royal Institute of … [Read more...]
Norway is known for its free education, attracting many foreign students to study here. Here is the Life in Norway guide to education in Norway.
Since April, Hiroshito Matsumoto has worked from a base in Toyko on behalf of NTNU and the University of Bergen to build new research partnerships between Japan and Norway. -- This article was originally published on GEMINI, which publishes up-to-date research news from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway’s main science … [Read more...]
I arrived in Norway with three giant bags, a full sense of excitement to have an non-traditional university experience, and naive ambitious goals. As I entered a concrete four-story building, a bubbly Spanish veterinary student helped me with my bags. Perhaps it was the six-hour overnight flight from New York to blame that caused me to be … [Read more...]
In the near future Trondheim's central area will be home to a super campus of an expanded Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) The announcement wasn't exactly a surprise. Currently, thousands of students and staff work at the Dragvoll campus on the edge of the city, with many more spread out at different locations across the … [Read more...]
This summer, Dr. Len and Dr. Linda Duevel retire after a collective 82 years of service to the International School of Stavanger. The school describes itself as a "crossroads of diversity" with nearly 700 students representing some 50 nationalities. Dr. Linda Duevel was named the International Superintendent of the Year by the Association for … [Read more...]