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Tips and Strategies while applying to KTH

Like I promised in my previous blog, this blog is dedicated to people who couldn’t make it KTH this year. There is always a next time and do give it another attempt next year. And this whole year can be used to build on your application and make it even better. So here is a … Continue reading “Tips and Strategies while applying to KTH”

What to do after the Application Deadline?

Well, Great job with submitting your applications before the deadline. You must have finalised your programmes and their priority and clicked the apply button. And for those of you who couldn’t, there is always a next semester application opening soon. The job quite isn’t done yet. Here are a few points which might guide you … Continue reading “What to do after the Application Deadline?”

Scholarship!

 As the application period is over, the next thing on everyone’s mind is funding this prestigious education if it comes through. The Swedish Institute offers a range of scholarships for various 150 countries for higher education in Sweden. To view the 450 available scholarships, click here The Scholarship for the masters programme is now open! You … Continue reading “Scholarship!”

Don’t miss the second step!

Ever wanted to have the opportunity to talk to your younger self because you know better now? For me, absolutely! Ever since I started writing on here, I have waited for the 15th January because at this same day a year ago, I almost did not apply to KTH. Some hours from now, the opportunity to  … Continue reading “Don’t miss the second step!”

Application guide 1: Taking the first steps

So, the application round for master’s programmes at KTH for the year, 2018 is opened! This post is the beginning of many series to come so if you’re interested in applying to KTH, tag along;) KTH offers over 60 masters programme organised into nine subject areas: Architecture and Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering Energy and Sustainable … Continue reading “Application guide 1: Taking the first steps”