Graduation ceremony in Stockholm City Hall

KTH ranked 89 in the world

For the fourth year in a row, KTH makes the top 100 in the QS World University Rankings. Meet some of the students, graduates and faculty members that shape a brighter future.

Explore our programmes

KTH offers 60 master's programmes taught in English. They present an opportunity for students with a bachelor's degree to obtain a master's degree of the highest international standard. The application for most programmes opens in October.

Vijay is a guide in the virtual campus tour

Discover KTH in our virtual campus tour

Let our students guide you through the KTH campuses and explore student life at Sweden's largest and highest ranked technical university.


Newsmakers at KTH

Safer nuclear waste management, electricity from renewable energy sources and sustainable construction These are some of the areas in which researchers and students at KTH have recently garnered widespread attention.

Portrait Desirée Brundin

Paving the way for a space station around the moon

Just four years after graduating from KTH, Aerospace Engineer Desirée Brundin has managed to establish herself in the international space sector. Today she works at Rocket Lab in New Zealand and is cu...

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Borggården at KTH, viewing the southeast tower.
KTH now ranks highest among universities in Sweden in the recent QS World University Ranking.

KTH retains all-time highest QS ranking for second consecutive year

For the second consecutive year, KTH has held its all-time highest position in the world’s top 100 university rankings, which were published on June 8 by QS World University Rankings.

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A test model of a recreational boat is performed by a person in a marine environment.
Ivan Stenius gooses the throttle to bring the Foilcart test boat up to a speed of ten knots so that it can hydroplane, commencing ‘take-off’.

Boats that fly like the wind

Silent zero-emission vessels that swiftly float past the cobs and skerries – is this the future of coastal and open-water boating? We paid a visit to the KTH Värmdö field station, where researchers ar...

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Jan Gulliksen

Digital work environment more established

Jan Gulliksen, Vice President for Digitalization and who just received the Swedish Engineers' Levi Prize, writes in this week's post about how digitalization as a work environment issue has become increasingly relevant, accepted and taken seriously.

International student bloggers

International student blog

Join master's students Declan, Claire and Valerie on their journeys towards a degree from KTH.

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