KTH Master's programmes
KTH offers approximately 50 Master's programmes given at the KTH campuses in or around Stockholm.
The programmes consist of course work followed by a degree project. Courses generally start in late August and finish in the beginning of June. The number of study places available for each programme is limited and the admission process is highly competitive, based on academic excellence.
List of KTH Master's programmes
The programmes correspond to 120 credits (two years) unless otherwise specified below.
* Please note that some of the programmes are listed in multiple categories. The programmes may be subject to change. All updates are communicated on this website.
Students who have completed a two-year Master's programme (120 credits) will be awarded a Teknologie masterexamen, translated into English as Master of Science (120 credits).
Students who have completed a one-year Master's programme (60 credits) will be awarded a Teknologie magisterexamen, translated into English as Master of Science (60 credits).
Please note that these degrees do not correspond to the Swedish degree Civilingenjör.