NTNU has a dedicated International Office (https://www.ntnu.edu/international) which provides guidance to all international fellows, both students and researchers. In addition, Students will be enrolled in the local programs at NTNU, and as such they will be well embedded in the larger student and alumni communities. These communities are international as well, but with a higher share of national students. This will help to integrate them into the societies here in Trondheim, Norway. Students will be offered student housing through the Student Welfare Association (SiT): https://www.ntnu.edu/lifeandhousing/trondheim/housing The centralized international office arranges a welcome week for all students, and offers various forms of assistance to international students etc.: https://www.ntnu.edu/lifeandhousing/trondheim/new-student Students will apply directly to the Directorate of Immigration (UDI) for a student residence permit, admitted students will receive information about that from the International Office: https://www.ntnu.edu/nirs/visa-and-residence-permit

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