Don't forget to stop by the bookstore and get a souvenir.
Like all college bookstores, NTNU carries school-related paraphernalia and souvenir.
Unfortunately, like other college bookstores, its price ain't cheap.
However, some are good for their price. While visiting NTNU, I bought a keychain that looks like the school logo (a square-shaped pewter with rounded edges and a spinning circle).
The National Museum of history and archeologist is own by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Inside the museum you can see many objects about the natural and human history in the Trondheim area. Very interesting.
NTNU is techinician university, very popular and well organized.there's not much to see concerning architecture.but i found it interesting to see how norwegian students spend their time,and where they spend it.it's good if you know someone so you can take a walk through the buildings of NTNU.It was an experience for me,because universities here look much worse and don't have so good equipment.
and the next photo is just a statue of a naked women at NTNU area.wow :-) . i expected a statue of some scientists or something like that.
Actually NTNU isn't much to see. The old main building is pretty fine, but the rest of the campus is just a funny mix of old and new architecture. The campus is big, but compact. The green area around the university is good for a rest or enjoying a icecream in great weather. So if you want to see NTNU, I suggest you take the tour to the top of the hill as a nice walk. Take a rest on the lawn in front of the main building and head on to the next event.
The university of Trondheim was established in 1968 after merging different schools and colleges. In 1996 NTNU was established as a continuation of this university.
There are about 20.000 students attending this university, and approxiametly 700 of these comes from other countries.