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.


Join the webinars for future applicants

In the weekly webinar series, you will meet Srijani and many other students. Together with KTH staff they will introduce you to studies at KTH and answer all of your questions.

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.


The Spanish king holding a steering wheel that is connected to a screen.

Focus on transport during Spanish royal visit

The kings of Sweden and Spain were given an insight into sustainable transport of the future during a visit to KTH and its Integrated Transport Research Lab (ITRL).

portrait of Aishwarya Sajimon on Osquars Backe, at KTH
“When I learned I got the scholarship, I was over the moon." Aishwarya Sajimon is one of the recipients of the KTH Scholarship

With scholarship, student pursues becoming “a different kind of doctor”

Aishwarya Sajimon has been sure of her career path since her early teens, when biotechnology became a passion. Now, she is at KTH, studying for her MS...

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A model wearing a knitted upper body garment with robotic features.
A knitted upper body garment with robotic properties that can be used to teach Vocal Studies students to breathe properly. Picture: Özgun Kilic Afsar.

Wearable textile robotic muscles help singers with their breathing technique

Equipment for astronauts that enables them to sense objects they touch in space. Or an underclothing garment that helps Vocal Studies students to brea...

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three different versions of KTH's transparent wood.
Three different versions transparent wood, one of the innovative materials that researchers at KTH works with.

Billions for innovative materials

The Knut och Alice Wallenbergs Stiftelse (KAW) is investing over SEK 3 billion in materials research with the aim of enabling a more sustainable socie...

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Jan Gulliksen

Lost in linking too tight

Jan Gulliksen, Vice President for Digitalization writes in this week's post about the danger of linking too tightly to your e-mail address. Time and technology can run away from you.

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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European universities enhancing the quality of education and research.