Semester fee and registration
The semester fee is paid to the Student Welfare Organization (Sit). The fee is 510 kroner and finances a variety of student welfare services. Norsk versjon - Semesteravgift og registrering
Registration and payment deadline: #
- 1 February - Spring semester
- 15 September - Autumn semester
Semester registration #
You must to register for each semester on Student Web.
- Log in to Studentweb
- Click on "Start registration".
- Follow the registration sequence. You will be asked to:
- Confirm to have read the study regulations.
- Update personal information, such as your addresses.
- Check your individual education plan.
- Generate semester fee invoice.
Paying the semester fee #
Students on exchange from an NTNU partner institution will not need to pay the semester fee.
For other international students:
You will find the invoice for the semester fee on Studentweb. Print the invoice and pay it at a bank or post office. Remember to keep the receipt. If you encounter problems they can print the invoice for you at Student Services.
If you have a Norwegian bank account with internet banking, you also have the option to pay the semester fee online.
It takes a few days from you pay the semester fee till it is registered in our system. When we have received your payment your digital student ID will be updated. How to download the digital student ID app.
You need to bring the digital student ID to get a student card.
If you are a PhD candidate and take courses not included in your PhD study, please contact Student Service to pay the semester fee.
Semester fee reimbursement #
If you have paid the semester fee more than once for the same semester, you can claim a refund of the semester fee. This applies if you have paid multiple times for the same Student Welfare Organization, or paid to various organizations. You can also claim a refund if you have withdrawn from the studies early in the semester.
Deadline for reimbursement of semester fee is 1 February (spring semester) and 15 September (autumn semester).
Contact Student Services when claiming reimbursement.