Practical information


Department of Education and Lifelong Learning
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Campus Dragvoll – Loholt alle 83-85 – Pavilion A/B – 7049 Trondheim

From the city center it takes around 10 to 15 minutes by bus to get to campus Dragvoll. Bus number 5 leaves every 10 minutes during weekdays and every 20 minutes on weekends. The easiest and cheapest option to buy tickets is through the AtB app.


We are working to keep the fee for meeting as low as possible and will hopefully have everything in place at the end of February.

Travel to Trondheim

By train

Located in the city center, Trondheim S is the main railwaistation servicing Trondheim. It is the terminus of Doverbanen going south, and Nordlandsbanen going north. Trains from Oslo arrive five times per day (including one nighttrain). Taking the train from Oslo is beautiful, but takes around 7 hours. Tickets and schedules at VY

By plane

Direct flights from abroad are available from the following cities (subject to change) and many other cites connect via Oslo. Arrivals from Oslo are approximately once per hour.

  • Alicante, Spain
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Berlin (BER), Germany
  • Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Gdansk, Poland
  • Gran Canaria, Spain
  • Helsinki, Finland
  • Krakow, Poland
  • London (LGW), United Kingdom
  • Malaga, Spain
  • Manchester, United Kingdom
  • Nice, France
  • Riga, Latvia
  • Split, Croatia
  • Stockholm, Sweden

Trondheim airport (Værnes) lies around 30km east from the city. To get to the city, it is possible to take a buss, a train or a taxi. The bus Værnes Ekspressen costs 200 NOK one-way, leaves every 15 minutes and takes around 30 minutes. The train costs 42 NOK one-way, leaves once per hour and takes around 35 minutes. A regular taxi costs around 900 NOK, but it is also possible to pre-book a seat in a shared taxi for 460 NOK. The drive takes around 25 minutes.


You can find a large number of hotels at various price points in the city center of Trondheim. In addition, Nidaros pilegrimsgård and Trondheim Vandrerhjem (hostel) have good offers, as well as Airbnb might be an option for some. Finally, we are looking into the possible to bring a tent and stay close to the venue – send an email to Patric Wallin if you are considering this option.

Further information

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