ITM and Atlas Copco - practical educational methods

Theories and science are all very well, but how well do traditional education really prepare students for worklife? At the school of industrial engineering and management, practical course elements are becoming increasingly common, something that is welcomed by both students and companies.

Female KTH students introduce mentoring programme in order to attract more female students

Technology university education still suffers from a difficulty of attracting female students. But now they receiving extra help - from Edit Wallin and her female study mates who have their own experience of how much fun it can be to study technology.

Students showed their creative flair at the DoPexpo fair

Practical bicycle reflexes, a compact drying rack and electricity generating ski poles – those were some of the innovations that were presented at the DoPexpo fair at the students's union building Nymble at the beginning of December, when students from the master of science in engineering programme Design and Product Development exhibited their newly developed innovations.
 

TED MINT - sharing international experiences

A considerable number of people took part when KTH Royal Institute of Technology and five other seats of learning organised TED MINT, a workshop to exchange experiences internationally. The workshop was held for the first time this year, but the idea is for it to become an annually recurring supplement to the TED project.

Available research infrastructure

KTH has an extensive infrastructure for research and innovation with many advanced research environments available for technology and research-intensive companies and organizations.