We hope that you are all well!
NSE faculty will be conducting the application process as normal this year, despite the situation. This means that you will apply at Søknadsweb as normal before the 15th of April. Interviews are normally conducted face to face or online via video. There is a possibility that all interviews will be conducted via video if the coronavirus is prevalent.
We are sad to announce that the NTNU School of Entrepreneurship (NSE) is closed because of the corona virus. All students are to work from home and there will be no opportunity to visit us. This will last to april 14th, unless other information is given.
If you have any questions do not hesitate to ask us on our Facebook page or at email@example.com.
Please use this as a reminder to follow guidelines by authorities,
NTNU School of Entrepreneurship has several hundred applicants each year, but only around 35 highly motivated individuals are accepted. By participating in the case competition “Gullbilletten 2020”, you now have the opportunity to skip the line and go directly to the second round of the application process.
Sign up for the case competition using this form!
More information about the case competition can be found at the Facebook-event!
We are hosting an info meeting at FRAM the 12th of March!
You will get information about the master’s programme, experiences from current students and be inspired by some of our former students! We will serve food and drinks and you can even win some prizes!
The meeting will be held at FRAM (Sem Sælands vei 1, room 127), if you can’t find it use the map below.
TV-show “Praktisk Info med Jon Almaas” had a very special guest in Cosgear CEO Vilde Bergan a couple of weeks ago. She showed off the costail, an autonomous tail for cosplayers.
Vilde, together with classmate Vetle Øien went to NSE and graduated last summer. Now they are the CEO and CMO of their own start-up. Together with their team with some of the best technologists NTNU have to offer they founded their company Cosgear. This year they launched the costail and are now aiming for world domination within costail gear segment.
The tail itself is a product of research done on human-machine interaction at NTNU at the Institue for Technical Cybernetics. Cooperation between research and entrepreneurship is important for the society. The costail shows us that one can never know what to expect research results at institutions like NTNU.
The video has been seen more than 250.000 times, see the segment below!
Over the Christmas break, the NTNU School of Entrepreneurship moved to a new location at Campus Gløshaugen. Going from Gamle Fysikk to the building known as Oppredningen is a giant leap for NTNU who can now gather the innovation ecosystem to create more synergies.
On January 31st we were visited by faculty and administration at NTNU and Engage Centre to have an official opening. This lead to lots of speeches, food, and mingling in Solanstua, our very own living room. This is where our students usually gather for events, meals or just to be social.
Together with the student organizations FRAM, Spark*, Start and Designhjelpen, NSE will be joined with NTNUs brand new Innovation Hub run by Prorectors staff for Innovation. The people behind the Experts in Teams courses will also be joining from June on the third floor.
We want to thank the University and all the people involved who have worked to create our new offices as well as the work they have put into the building itself. We would also like to thank the people who have worked with us at Gamle Fysikk over the years who have provided us with so much.
January 9th the School of Entrepreneurship invited former and current students to hold inspiring talks for their classmates in what we like to call “Entrepreneurship Day”. The day is officially the start for the year 4 students who have been on their Christmas holiday, but of course; everyone was invited! Subjects like how to test ideas, financing, and common myths were covered.
A big thanks to DNB and Engage who made the day possible.
Check it out in the video below.
Co-founders and Co-CEOs of Ntention, Moina Tamuly, NTNU student, and Magnus Arveng, NSE student, were featured on Norwegian national television yesterday.
For 3 years they have worked on a glove that can control drones. The guys behind the project were about to give up this summer, but their persistence and patience was rewarded when they were approached by NASA.
Their glove might be going to the moon in 2024 and their hard work over the years has been rewarded with national attention and interest. Check out their 10 minutes of fame here (in Norwegian).
We want to congratulate Magnus, Moina and their team for their work so far and wish them luck with this and other projects in the future!
Screenshots from TV2.no.