To apply to the school please use the below application form.

Applications received before 01.12 the year before the student starts school will be managed in the first intake, by the following prioritised admissions criterion:

  1. Children of TRINT staff and board members
  2. Siblings of TRINT students
  3. Application date

Applications received after the first intake will be prioritised by application date. We accept applications throughout the year if places are available. If there is disagreement regarding admissions the parents have the right to appeal, ultimately to Fylkesmannen i Troms in accordance with The Education Act § 15.2.

We encourage parents to visit the school and where possible, we encourage potential students to get an idea of the atmosphere and ethos of the school. If you would like to organise a school visit please contact us. 

TRINT Enrolment Form
Thank you for your interest in Tromsø International School. Please complete this application / enrolment form accurately as possible. Once you have answered the required fields, do not forget to click the 'send form' button.
This is applicable to Norwegian citizens and to some foreign students who have gotten their personal number from UDI. You may leave this section blank if you have not gotten yours yet.
This is applicable to Norwegian citizens or to foreign students who have established residence in Norway for quite some time.


School tuition fee NOK per month
For the first child 2200.00
For the second child of the same family 1920.00
For the third child of the same family 1646.00
Sfo fee (updated July 2015) NOK per month
Full time (19.25 hours per week) 85% 2234.00
Reduced time (12 hours per week) 50% 1804.00


Access to educational strategies in Tromsø International School and the IB programmes are important aspects of the school and our society. Therefore, parents who find themselves financially constrained can apply for a scholarship for their child each academic year. These scholarships will be limited in number and assessed case by case.

Scholarships can be annually applied from April to August, although the programme is open throughout the year within budgetary constraints.

Application Process
Scholarships may be granted for between 50 and 100 % of school fees.  Applications are reviewed by the scholarship committee which is comprised by the principal, the vice principal and the business manager.  The final decision is made by the principal, based on the following criteria:

  • Financial situation of the student’s parents/family
  • Value to the student of attending TRINT
  • Continuity, giving priority to those having received scholarships the previous year

When applying, parents should write a formal letter stating the following information:

  • Child’s name
  • Year of scholarship
  • Explanation of the need for a scholarship

Applications should be addressed and sent directly to the principal at: tonje.hofsoy@trint.org.

All applicants will be informed about the outcome of their application in writing and about their right to appeal according to the Public Administration Act (“enkeltvedtak”/individual decision).