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  1. Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet www.ntnu.no/international/infomeeting.ppt Infomeeting – Fall 2009

  2. MEETING – Exchange students • Welcome • Checklist • It’s Learning/Student Web • Course Registration • Important Dates/Meetings • Questions • Collection of Passports • Distribution of Semester Cards

  3. It’s Learning • Some/most courses use an on-line information system for lecture notes, assignments, messages from the instructor, group projects and discussion groupsIT’S LEARNING: https://innsida.ntnu.no/ Click on link! • For access you must be REGISTERED for the course • Conclusion: If IT’S LEARNING is used, register ASAP or you will not have access to vital information.

  4. Student Web: what is it? Electronic system used to: • Register forcourses • Register for exams. Deadlines: 15 September/15 February • View exam results and order transcripts of records • Register your address in Trondheim • Check which courses/exams you are registrated for • Find out where your exams are given • Withdraw from classes you have registered for • Change your PIN-code • To access: https://studentweb.ntnu.no

  5. Important links for registration! www.ntnu.no/international/exchange Overview: www.ntnu.no/international/courses Step-by-step Guide:www.ntnu.no/international/registration Academic advising: www.ntnu.no/international/advising.pdf (eller .doc) Using the Student Web: www.ntnu.no/international/studentweb

  6. Course Registration In short:Make a list of the courses you want to take (see Preparing for registration on www.ntnu.no/international/courses) • Read the instructions regarding registering for RESTRICTED ADMISSION COURSES (see USING THE STUDENTWEB ) Click HERE for list of restricted admission courses 2009-10(Click på Oversikt over adgangsbegrensede emner 09-10 ) • Register on-line using STUDENTWEB • If necessary, submit the Restricted Admission Course Approval Form • If necessary, submit the Application to Use a Dictionary during Exams

  7. Course Registration: essentials • How do I register? Registeron-lineusingStudentWeb: see www.ntnu.no/international/registration(Step-by-step ”Survival Guide”) • Need to know: Course code, course title and exam dateDeadline:Fall – Sept. 15th; Spring – Feb. 15th

  8. Course Registration- essentials: • What courses are given?On-line English catalog:http://www.ntnu.no/studies/coursesie. Course code, title,description, course materials, who’s teaching the course, language of instruction etc.Can search by subject or alphabetical listing • When is the exam?http://www.ntnu.no/eksamen/plan/ (in Norwegian)English help file: http://www.ntnu.no/international/examdates.html

  9. The essentials: • When and where are my courses given?On registration web page click on linkSchedule of when and where courses are given • Where are the auditoriums/lectures halls/class rooms located?On registration web page click on link Lecture Halls and Auditoriums at NTNU (http://www.ntnu.no/international/auditoriums.pdf) • Questions?Please ask us!! We are here to help 

  10. The finer points: • What did I sign up for when I applied? Web link or ask the Office of International Relations • What else is given?Check on-line schedule , list of courses and the Norwegian catalogs • Can I take a course I didn’t originally apply for?YES, if you have the necessary pre-requisitesIf it is restricted admission you must obtain approval from the department/instructorand submit the approval form to the Office of International relations. • Which department? www.ntnu.no/international/departments

  11. The finer points: • How many courses should I take?A full-time load is 30 ECTS credits per semester. • Is there an overview of courses offered in English?YES!! http://www.ntnu.no/international/englishcourses • Are there any printed course catalogs?Yes, however only in Norwegian. The course titles are in English. There are different catalogs for the different faculties. Reference copies are available in the International House reception area or you can buy them at the NTNU book store.

  12. Course Registration The essentials: • Make a list of the courses you want to take (see Preparing for registration on www.ntnu.no/international/courses) • Read the instructions regarding registering for RESTRICTED ADMISSION COURSES (see USING THE STUDENTWEB ) Click HERE for list of restricted admission courses 2009-10(Click på Oversikt over adgangsbegrensede emner 09-10 ) • Register on-line using STUDENTWEB • If necessary, submit the Restricted Admission Course Approval Form • If necessary, submit the Application to Use a Dictionary during Exams

  13. Important Dates/Meetings Monday August 17th - Faculty Orientation Meetings www.ntnu.no/international/advising.pdf (eller .doc) Faculty of ARTS (HF):When: 15-16:00 (3-4pm)Where: Dragvoll, Bldg. 2, Level 5 (uppermost), Meeting Room 7Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology Management (SVT) When: 16:15-18 (4:14-6pm)Where: Dragvoll, Låven, DL 31 www.ntnu.no/international/maps/gloshaugen_dragvoll.pdf

  14. Important Dates/Meetings Friday August 21, 2009: Meeting at Police Station residence permit Meet in the police station lobby at 0950. (see Trondheim guide which was in your blue welcome packet) Tuesday September 15, 2009:Last day to register for courses/exams/use of dictionarysee www.ntnu.no/international/courses