Polytechnique Montréal partners with Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

February 27, 2024
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  • Polytechnique Montréal and NTNU signed a memorandum of understanding for academic and research cooperation.
  • The agreement strengthens existing connections between the institutions through networks like T.I.M.E. and Science|Business.

In a recent development, Polytechnique Montréal and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) have signed a memorandum of understanding to enhance academic and research collaboration. The agreement was formalized at the 2024 Science|Business network conference in Brussels, Belgium, highlighting the strategic connections shared by the two institutions through various networks.

The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, founded in 1910, is a leading technological university in Norway. With a strong focus on “Knowledge for a better world,” NTNU is home to over 44,000 students, including international students from 120 countries. NTNU’s strategic positioning within Europe, including memberships in the Nordic Five Tech network and participation in the European Universities initiative, provides ample opportunities for collaboration and engagement.

This memorandum of understanding signifies the beginning of a new era of partnership between Polytechnique Montréal and NTNU. By expanding their network and collaborations in Scandinavia, Polytechnique Montréal aims to diversify its partnerships and enhance its global footprint in engineering education and research.

This collaboration sets the stage for a fruitful and long-term relationship between the two institutions, opening the doors for innovative research projects, student exchanges, and knowledge dissemination. Through partnerships like this, both Polytechnique Montréal and NTNU are poised to make significant contributions to the field of engineering and technology on a global scale.

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