Nord-Trøndelag University College

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Nord-Trøndelag University College
Høgskolen i Nord-Trøndelag
Høgskolen i Nord-Trøndelag logo.png
Type State College
Established 1994
Rector Steinar Nebb
Administrative staff
Students ca. 4,000 (2013)
Undergraduates ca. 5,300
Location Levanger
, Norway

Nord-Trøndelag University College (Norwegian: Høgskolen i Nord-Trøndelag) or HiNT is a Norwegian university college located throughout the county of Nord-Trøndelag. HiNT has about 5,500 students and 440 employees

The school offers higher education within nursing, teaching, business administration, public administration, pharmacy, agriculture, engineering and information technology. Master degrees are offered within gymnastics (since 1971), interdisciplinary health studies and knowledge management, while a Master of Science in public administration is offered in cooperation with Trondheim Business School and Copenhagen Business School. Campuses are located in Levanger, Namsos, Steinkjer and Stjørdal, with the administration in Steinkjer.

The college was created in 1994 as a merger between a number of independent colleges in the county. HiNT had a revenue of NOK 330 million in 2008. Associated with the university college is the research institution Trøndelag R&D Institute; they are also their primary owner. HiNT took over the National Driving Teacher School in Stjørdal on 1 January 2004.[1]


This structure was implemented with the reform of 2007.

Levanger map from 1909. The teachers' seminary is the leftmost red building.

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