Facts and figures
The KTH School of Electrical Engineering continues to break its own records. External funding has risen by 32 per cent in recent years, the faculty has grown by 65 per cent in five years, and funding has increased by 15 per cent in just two years. And the number of international students continues to grow. In 2011, we had 135 exchange students from over 25 countries!
Find facts and figures about EE´s educational programmes, finances and personnel.
Information refers to 2011 annual report (figures as per December 2011).
368 Faculty and Staff
195 Doctoral students
34 Researchers/research engineer
22 Associate professors
19 Assistant professors
26 Postdoctoral students
9 Examination facilitators
, one within the framwork of EU's Erasmus Mundus initiative.
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1 058 students
- Bachelor students* 35 % (23 % in 2010)
- Master students 46 % (60 % in 2010)
- Doctoral students 18 % (17 % in 2010)
* Bachelor students referer to students in year 1-3 in the Maser of Science programme in Electrical Engineering.
EE offers doctoral studies in.
195 active doctoral students, out of which
Income 341 (322 in 2010), out of which:
- Gov. grants for undergraduate education (GRU) 45
- Gov. grants for research and postgraduate studies (FOFU) 119
- External funding 153
Costs 340 (307 in 2010)
Results and government capital 156 (155 in 2010)
External Funding 164 (173 in 2010)
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