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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.

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Newsmakers at KTH

Cleaner steel, more eco-friendly nappies and energy-efficient water consumption. These are some of the areas in which students and researchers at KTH have recently garnered widespread attention.

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Green reconstruction of bombed cities

A new EU initiative aimes to rebuild Ukraine's destroyed cities in a sustainable way.

“It’s amazing, as a researcher, to be able to make a contribution, and focusing on the future and green rebuilding really inspires hope,” says Olga Kordas, Associate Professor at KTH coordinating the programme.

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Students in the new master’s programme, Technology-based Entrepreneurship, will gain from direct engagement in Stockholm’s innovation ecosystem, which includes organizations such as KTH Innovation. Pictured, an start-up event at KTH Innovation's hub on the KTH Campus. (Photo: Patrik Lundmark)

New MSc programme equips engineers for entrepreneurship with a purpose

Sustainability and innovation are two guiding principles at the heart of KTH research, and a new master’s programme aims to equip innovators with the skills to bring these values to market. The MSc p...

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Tove Ågren in California
“I model and simulate helicopters that will fly on Mars and collect material from the ground. We’ve run some test activities with the helicopters in vacuum chambers at Caltech Jet Propulsion Laboratory,” says KTH alumna Tove Ågren, 26.

Fresh out of KTH, a full time job for NASA

Three days after presenting her bachelor’s thesis in Engineering Physics at KTH, Tove Ågren went to the US. Awaiting her in California was a permanent position at NASA, where she now creates simulatio...

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Researcher Song Lu holds a piece of metal that was developed using quantum mechanical theory.

Quantum mechanics could lead to stronger, more sustainable alloys

It may be an abstract concept for many people, but a new study shows that quantum mechanics can play a role in reducing the carbon footprint for producing steel and other alloys while making materials...

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Anders Söderholm, President of KTH, in writing in his blog about what’s happening in the academic sector, at KTH and about KTH's role in the societal development.

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