For new international students
Log in to Studentweb
Log in with the 11-digit ID number and 4-digit PIN code that you received in your email a few days before arriving at NTNU.
Register your semester address
Pay the semester fee
International master's students and Free movers must pay the semester fee, even if they're not taking any courses. Exchange students do not pay the semester fee.
Create your NTNU user account
After completing step 1 and 2, create your user account used to access NTNU systems, such as Blackboard and email.
Download the semester card app
Download your digital semester card on your mobile phone, once you have paid the semester fee, registered in Studentweb and created your NTNU user account.
Collect your student ID
When you collect your student ID, you need to show your digital semester card (step 5) as well as an official ID, such as a passport.
Register for courses and exams
Exchange students, free movers and master's programme students must register for courses and exams in Studentweb before the September 15th deadline (Autumn semester), and the February 1st deadline (Spring semester).
Log in to Innsida
You can log in the day after you activated your account (step 3). Innsida is your gateway to important systems and helpful articles about the university and services. The waffle icon in the upper left corner provides quick access to popular systems. Find articles via search or using the topic-link to the right of search.
Watch intro video about Innsida
Regularly check your NTNU email and Innsida messages for deadlines, news and events. You will find messages from your lecturer in Blackboard once your lecturer activates the course e-room.
Checklist 2 - Manage your stay
For students staying more than three months.
Make withdrawals at the Office of International Relations.
For students staying more than six months.
Register your move with the National Population Register, the Postal Services and StudentWeb.
After receiving your national ID number, you can open a bank account.
If you have an income, you need a Norwegian tax card.
Access doctors, dentists and other health services for students.
Help with student card:
See information about student card (access card)
Questions about studies and courses:
See information about student guidance