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:
The rest of the year: www.trondheimvandrerhjem.no
There are also many hotels in the city center
You can buy a student t-card from AtB to get cheaper fares on public transport. Check out this link for more information: https://www.atb.no/t-card/category357.html
Passenger Service Office: Kongens Gate 34
Mon - Fri: 07.30- 17.30
Saturday: 10.00 - 15.00
Mon - Fri: 07.30-17.30
Tram service to Lian, Bymarka. You can use your AtB t-card on the tram.
Where to buy 2nd hand bikes:
Register to the ISU mailing list and wait until somebody puts up an ad. (org.ntnu.no/isu)
Go to one of the bike auctions: www.falck-trondheim.no/ (the date will be announced on this website)
Look for ads on www.finn.no
NTNUI has a deal with the rental company Sixt. You can see the prices here.
Sixt webpage: no.sixt.com/
NTNU assembled information on coming and living in Trondheim.
(Unofficial) Timetable generator: ntnu.1024.no/
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: www.ntnu.no/studieinformasjon/rom/
For a nice overview go here
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.
Official website: http://org.ntnu.no/koiene/engelsk.php
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: www.trondheim.kommune.no/festivaler/
For other events in Norway, check out Billettservice.