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SiT: SiT has approximately 3800 housing units distributed among 12 different student villages/houses. We can offer housing in a wide variety of sizes and price categories.

You apply to these accommodation through the International Office. See if you are eligible for a SiT accommodation here.

HYBEL.NO: Internet service where residents of Trondheim put up their ad. The most used website among students. Link. Use google translate if there are some words you don't understand.

FINN.NO: Another website with ads. Link. (only in Norwegian)


During the summer:

Getting around

Public transport

Buses: AtB.

You can buy a student t-card from AtB to get cheaper fares on public transport. Check out this link for more information:  

Passenger Service Office: Kongens Gate 34

Opening hours:

Mon - Fri: 07.30- 17.30

Saturday: 10.00 - 15.00

Sunday: Closed

Central Station:

Opening hours:

Mon - Fri: 07.30-17.30

Sat: Closed

Sun: 1300-17.30


tel. 07373

Tram service to Lian, Bymarka. You can use your AtB t-card on the tram.





Where to buy 2nd hand bikes:

Car rental

NTNUI has a deal with the rental company Sixt. You can see the prices here.

Sixt webpage:



NTNU assembled information on coming and living in Trondheim.

Living in Trondheim

(Unofficial) Timetable generator:

Menus of the different restaurants and cafeterias at NTNU.

Sports: NTNU and HIST have a joint sports centre with loads of opportunities to get active!



Studentersamfundet is Trondheim’s student house. It is run by students for students. Here you can enjoy a good meal, socialize with a cheaper beer, attend the Tuesday-quiz, take part in the weekly meetings, enjoy concerts with both famous and less famous bands - and much more! If you buy a membership, you will get discounts on food, beverage and all arrangements. Check out the website for upcoming events.

When you don't know the location of a room on campus:

Going Out

For a nice overview go here

Cabin Trips

During your stay you will for sure do a cabin trip.

Indeed, NTNUI owns around 20 cabin located in different places in the surroundings of Trondheim. Students can rent the cabins for a low price.


Weather forecast website: (we put two as the weather is very unstable around here and very hard to predict.. Now you can do an average of the two ;) )


  • UKA: Happening once every two years in October. It's the biggest festival in Norway!! And guess what? It's organized by students! And you can even help out! What a great way to meet Norwegians ;)

  • Pstereo: Happening every year in late august just beside the Nidaros cathedral.

  • ISFiT is arranged every other year, and each festival has a theme related to social and political topics with international relevance. 450 students from all over the world gather to attend different workshops and take part in the festivals culture program.

  • Trondheim Calling: A cosy festival with small bands playing at different venues in the city center. The festival is held every January.

  • Other festivals:

For other events in Norway, check out Billettservice.