The application is open for master's studies in 2022

The application is now open for most of our 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. Begin your journey towards a KTH degree today.

Apply for scholarships

The KTH Scholarship and the KTH India Scholarship are now open for application for students applying for master's studies starting autumn 2022. Both scholarships cover the tuition fee of a one or two year master's programme.


Rustam Nabiev in the KTH library.

"I want to make primary care more effective in low-income countries"

As a 12-year-old, Rustam Nabiev, recipient of the KTH Innovation Award 2021, supported his family during the civil war in Tajikistan by collecting PET bottles. Today, his innovation Smart Paper Technology contributes to more efficient healthcare for millions of people in low-income countries.

Portraits of some of the researchers mentioned in the article.

Newsmakers at KTH

Pioneering contributions in micro-electromechanical systems sensors, the development of AI in Sweden, digital opportunities in the classroom and equality within the energy sector. These are just some of the areas where researchers from KTH have attracted attention recently.

Borggården at KTH:s campus at Valhallavägen.
26-28 April next year, Times Higher Education's conference, THE Innovation & Impact Summit 2022, is to be arranged at KTH.

KTH to host the THE Innovation & Impact Summit 2022

Stefan Östlund, Vice President for Global Relations and project manager of the THE (Times Higher Education) Innovation & Impact Summit 2022 that will ...

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A part of the globe.
KTH has set its sights on developing international collaboration at all levels.

KTH initiates more and new collaborations around the world

KTH has set its sights on developing international collaboration at all levels with universities in the USA, Africa and Europe. South Korea will be a...

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Mikael Östling, crown princess Victoria, Philip von Segebaden and David Nilsson gathered in library
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden participated in a Baltic Tech Initiative seminar at the KTH Library where she was joined by, from left, KTH Deputy President Mikael Östling, Development Office Director Philip von Segebaden and David Nilsson, scientific coordinator of the Baltic Tech Initiative.

Initiatives aimed at reversing deterioration of the Baltic Sea

The marine environment is worsening at a fast rate and KTH researchers are now working to reverse the trend in the Baltic Sea. “We want to solve the...

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