NTA Day Camps


Students at NTA will

Numerous camps provide leadership, adventure or academics;
Nordic Terrain Academy balances all three without compromise.

Key Pillars


Academic achievement and university readiness are essential for a balanced learner. NTA offers a range of subjects including mathematics, science, business/economics, english and other languages, all delivered by passionate, creative and experienced international educators. With support from their teachers and their newly made friends, students are able to apply real world connections through the content delivered at camp. We aim to encourage and extend lifelong learners at NTA and the classroom is just the tip of the iceberg.


The adventure program at NTA focuses on giving our students a well-rounded experience in a variety of outdoor pursuits including kayaking, rock climbing, hiking and surfing. We instill skills transferable to everyday life, such as resilience, optimism, self-management and critical thinking. Individual and group reflection post activity are also focal points of NTA’s ethos to maximise learning.


Throughout NTA’s two week program, students will develop a range of leadership skills including empathy, communication, creativity and teamwork. We introduce various activities that allow students to understand what these skills are and how to use their personalities and attributes to develop them. Our goal is to provide our students with a toolkit to become leaders in their lives as they strive towards university applications and more importantly for their life beyond formal education.


As our world becomes increasingly globalized, universities and corporations are looking for internationally-minded thinkers. From a local community approach, to the global community, the whole spectrum is accessible at NTA and we aim to instill the importance of these and everything in between with our students. With students coming from all over the world, we understand that students’ individual differences can create incredible melting pots for new ideas and future orientated thinking. NTA aims to foster strong international friendships and in turn create opportunities and invaluable connections for our students’ futures.

Supporting Pillars

In summer 2023, we will run weekly day camps, Monday - Friday (8.30 - 15.30), in Stavanger and Amsterdam. NTA camps are tailored for students within a specific age group to support them in preparation for the next stage of their educational journey.

NTA Programs

Dates & Camps

Amsterdam Camps
July 31st- Aug. 25th

Ages 6 - 17

Stavanger Camps
July 10 - 14
July 17 - 21

Ages 7 - 14

SEE FULL SCHEDULE on the STAVANGER 2023 and AMSTERDAM 2023 tabs above

Overnight Camps


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Frequently Asked Questions

We have a reception phone that is contactable 24 hours a day! Parents will receive this number prior to their child’s arrival in Norway.

All flights to and from Stavanger are arranged by and at the expense of the camper. Once arriving at Stavanger International Airport all transportation will be covered by NTA.

  • Hiking boots (worn in)
  • Walking shoes/trainers
  • Long socks for hiking
  • Swimsuit
  • Water shoes (recommended)
  • Beach towel
  • Hat/cap
  • Hiking pants
  • Hiking shorts
  • Hiking bag (20 – 35L)
  • Water bottle (1 Litre)
  • Rain jacket
  • Rain pants
  • Fleece/thin jumper (for layering)
  • Clothes for 2 weeks (we can wash if needed)
  • Toiletries
  • Personal medication (to be checked by NTA medical on arrival)
  • Spending money for shopping/gifts, for any NTA merchandise they may like to buy.

They certainly can! If you send a request with your booking we will ensure this happens.

Your son/daughter will have the opportunity to buy souvenirs and do some shopping for an afternoon in downtown Stavanger. Apart from that they can visit the camp store and buy camp merchandise if they wish.

Once arriving in at Stavanger International Airport, Sola we will ensure that you are contacted by your child or by the NTA director. Campers will be allowed to use their phones during free time and evenings. During activities we want to ensure all campers are engaged fully with the excitement of camp and making new friends.

We are keeping up to date with COVID-19 requirements locally in Stavanger, Norway and worldwide. As current teachers in international schools we are aware of policies and procedures required to meet standards and ultimately protect our customers and staff. Depending on the situation in summer 2022, we will implement necessary procedures.

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