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.

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

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Explore our scholarships

Around two-thirds of fee-paying students pay the tuition fee out of their own pocket. If this is not a possibility for you, there are a range of scholarships available. Our students Ibrija and Gerrit guide you through the different opportunities available for you.

NEWS FROM KTH

Xiong Xiao in the lab holding a box with black contents.

Ultrasound and citric acid used for battery recycling

Known by expectant parents as the technology that enables them to see their child for the first time, ultrasound can be used at extremely low frequencies to serve an entirely different purpose. Researchers at KTH report the first time ultrasound to extract valuable metals from electric car NMC batteries—a key contribution to the battery recycling process.

A close-up of iron-based material, Ba1−xKxFe2As2, in lab set-up for experimental measurements.
Electron quadruplets were observed in this iron-based superconductor material, Ba1−xKxFe2As2, seen mounted for experimental measurements in Professor Babaev's research. (Photo: Vadim Grinenko, Federico Caglieris)

Experiments reveal formation of a new state of matter: Electron quadruplets

For nearly 20 years, Egor Babaev has sought to show a new state of matter—electron quadruplets. Now he has found what he was looking for.

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Europa as seen from space
A new study by KTH researcher Lorenz Roth reveals that there is persistent water vapour in Europa's atmosphere. (Photo: NASA)

KTH researcher finds persistent water vapour in Europa’s atmosphere

The revelation that persistent water vapour exists in the atmosphere of Jupiter’s icy moon, Europa, was reported yesterday by the European Space Agenc...

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A piece of hydrogel is seen on the tip of a finger in the lab.
“Bacterial cells are interactive, and so are dendritic macromolecules,” says KTH Professor Michael Malkoch. “When they meet, it doesn’t turn out well for the bacteria.”

Gel fights drug-resistant bacteria and induces body’s natural immune defense

In the fight against multidrug-resistant bacteria, scientists in Sweden have developed a new kind of antibiotic-free protection for wounds that kills ...

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The President’s blog

Sigbritt Karlsson on KTH's role in society and current and future education and research.

 Stefan Östlund

A strengthening common ground

Stefan Östlund, Vice President for Global Relations, emphasizes in his post the importance of collaborations and networks in the academic sphere.

International student bloggers

International student blog

Join master's students Maria and Vivek on their journeys towards a degree from KTH.

A part of the Cluster network

European universities enhancing the quality of education and research.