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  • Frida wants to continue conducting research after her Master's studies

    Frida Kalm is a student of the Master's programme in Medical Biotechnology. Born and raised in Stockholm, she wants to continue with research after the completion of her Master's degree.

  • Wenqi describes Sweden with three words: peaceful, well-ordered, and gorgeous

    Wenqi Wang is an international student at KTH. Originally from China, Wengi is studying the Master's programme in Engineering Materials Science and sees the close link between the corporate world and studies as one great aspect of the programme.

  • IEMAST establishing master level studies

    Establishing Modern Master level Studies in Industrial Ecology

  • Degree Education

    Interested in sustainable urban and regional planning and management, design issues of the public realm or in the environmental engineering and sustainable infrastructure? Division of Urban and Regional Studies is involved in several KTH's degree programmes.

  • Gabor feels KTH has an updated curriculum and a better climate in comparison to her previous studies.

    Gabor Andai is a studying the Master's programme in Embedded Systems at KTH. Originally from Budapest, Hungary, Gabor was recommended to study at KTH by her former colleagues and has one thing to say to future students, "Come on, there's nothing to be afraid of!"

  • Melissa finds both modernity and tradition in Stockholm

    Melissa Martinez Hernandez, from Colombia, is studying the Master's programme in Sustainable Technology at KTH. Melissa thinks that students at KTH have a lot of freedom and that Stockholm is a city where it is possible to find both modernity and tradition.

  • Iðunn has one thing to say to future students: enjoy it while it lasts!

    Iðunn Arnardóttir is a student of the Master's programme in Production Engineering and Management. Originally from Iceland and the town of Hafnarfjörður, she ended up at KTH because of its location in Stockholm. It was the city itself that made her consider KTH as a study abroad option.

  • Xing likes the culture and good social environment of Sweden

    Originally from Chonqing, China, international student Xing Yin is studying in the Master's programme in Sustainable Urban Planning and Design at KTH.

  • Luis moved to Sweden to become more international

    Luis Carlos Felix Tapia is studying in the Master's programme in Sustainable Technology at KTH. He is originally from Hermosillo, Mexico, and believes that life in Sweden is fabulous and that everyone should come and see for themselves.

  • Dmitry found his preferred education at KTH

    Dmitry Kazarin is studying the Master's programme in Software Engineering of Distributed Systems at KTH. Dmitry, originally from Lyubertsy, Russia, believes the programme is perfect for him and has one thing to say about living life in Stockholm, "I love it!".

  • Master's Programmes

  • Aerospace Engineering Programme Headed by First Swedish Astronaut

    Christer Fuglesang, the first Swede in space, will head the Aerospace Engineering master’s programme at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, beginning in April.

  • Cooperation is growing between the Nordic universities

    The Nordic University Alliance Nordic Five Tech has so far started up five joint Master's programmes. The next step may be to open up the universities' postgraduate courses as well, this was discussed during a meeting between the Nordic Presidents at KTH. “KTH is involved in many collaborations, but this is one of the most important,” says KTH President Peter Gudmundson.

  • MSc Sustainable Energy Engineering

    The master's programme in Sustainable Energy Engineering provides state-of-the-art education in the fields of solar energy, power generation, energy utilisation, and transformation of energy systems. Also, cross-cutting and interdisciplinary challenges address multiple impacts such as land use and climate change in an integrated holistic approach. After completion of the programme, you will have a broad knowledge of energy engineering, and have acquired skills in managing complex problems, taking into account lifecycle perspective. We educate leaders and developers for future innovation in energy.

  • MSc Mathematics

    The joint master’s programme in Mathematics is a collaboration between KTH and Stockholm University (SU). The programme stems directly from the prominent research groups at KTH and SU, taking full advantage of the broad spectrum of expertise available at both universities.

  • MSc Innovative Sustainable Energy Engineering

    The joint master's programme in Innovative Sustainable Energy Engineering pools the facilities, innovation and talent from energy departments at the largest technical universities in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland.

  • MSc Electromagnetics, Fusion and Space Engineering

    The two-year master’s programme in Electromagnetics, Fusion and Space Engineering incorporates a strong foundation in electrical engineering with an understanding of electromagnetic fields and how they interact with matter.

  • MSc Civil and Architectural Engineering

    The master’s programme in Civil and Architectural Engineering train students in design and also in how to build our future homes and infrastructure, as well as roads, bridges or tunnels, with all the challenges related to sustainability and the real demands of society. The programme also focuses on how a structure performs throughout its entire service life, not just during the building phase.

  • MSc Electric Power Engineering

    The global demand for affordable and sustainable resources has created a large need for electrical engineers and researchers to provide electricity and to build new smart solutions that enable a more sustainable energy management. This programme is designed for those of you who would like to work within the areas of components, systems and/or management within electric power engineering.

  • MSc Embedded Systems

    Embedded systems are the most common form of computer systems, utilising around 98% of all manufactured processors for their applications, from sewing machines and cars to satellites and power plants. The common denominator for these systems is high-level demands on functionality and reliability—the master’s programme in Embedded Systems foster highly competitive graduates in this critical field.

  • MSc Real Estate and Construction Management

    The programme fosters graduates for different occupations related to the real estate, government and construction management sectors. The programme is RICS accredited, which means that it answers to the highest standards in real estate education.

  • MSc Vehicle Engineering

    Vehicle Engineering is a broad area of engineering science driven by an ever-increasing degree of mobility in the world. Transport, however, must face the challenge of minimising its environmental impact, requiring new, innovative solutions and capable engineers. This is a field that will continually demand specialists in order to make the transition to sustainable road and rail transport in the future. The master’s programme in Vehicle Engineering explores both Automotive and Railway Engineering.

  • MSc Polymer Technology

    The joint Nordic Five Tech master's programme in Polymer Technology provides students with the comprehensive tools needed to develop future materials for advanced health care, energy production, green packaging, surface coatings and many other applications. Students study at two universities, graduate with a double degree and acquire comprehensive skills in polymer technology. The programme takes full advantage of the strengths and research specialisations of each university.

  • MSc Transport and Geoinformation Technology

    Functional and well-developed transport systems are essential in a sustainable and prosperous society. Planning, building and and maintenance of such a system demand knowledge of transport and geoinformation technologies, as well as an understanding of how new technologies and policies are adopted, how they interact and how they affect our daily activities.

  • MSc Systems, Control and Robotics

    The master’s programme in Systems, Control and Robotics equips students with the skills necessary to analyse, design and control complex technical systems such as robots, autonomous vehicles or any other system that has a significant autonomous capability. These systems are important today and will become even more important as new technology makes its way into our workplaces, homes and shared public spaces.

  • Meet KTH

    KTH offers a weekly webinar series aimed at future applicants. We also attend several fairs and events worldwide. Take the chance to meet us!

  • Karl believes that the bar is set higher at KTH

    Karl is studying the master's programme in Mathematics. Born and raised in Stockholm he decided to continue with his career as a student at KTH. He has always found it exciting to learn more, especially about mathematics.

  • MSc Industrial Management

    The master’s programme in Industrial Management is designed for students with a profound engineering background who aim to take leadership positions in industrial and technology-based organisations.

  • MSc Integrated Product Design

    In today’s fast-changing global market, engineers need advanced knowledge and highly developed skills in how to create competitive and sustainable products, services and business models. The master's programme in Integrated Product Design focuses on processes and methods for strategic product development and innovation to create usable, competitive and sustainable products, services and systems and also dare to look beyond “business as usual” to support the transformation needed in society.

  • Courses

    The two-year master's programme in Systems, Control and Robotics consists of three terms of courses and one final term dedicated to the master's degree project. Each term consist of approximately 30 ECTS credits. Depending on which track you choose, you will study different courses. The courses presented on this page apply to studies starting in autumn 2021.

  • MSc Media Management

    The master's programme in Media Management provides students with the skills required for managing innovative media companies. Graduates from the programme are equipped to take on advanced industrial positions or continued graduate studies. The master's programme in Media Management is multidisciplinary, combining media technology, with intercultural communication, business management, project management and business development.

  • MSc Molecular Science and Engineering

    The master’s programme in Molecular Science and Engineering provides in-depth knowledge of molecular systems and advanced tools for successful careers in industry, academia, and society. An emphasis is placed on molecules: their design, characterisation, and applications both as individual entities and as part of materials. The programme also relates to sustainability with emphasis on energy and environment, safety, and innovation.

  • MSc Naval Architecture

    Naval Architecture is a multidisciplinary subject with a strong emphasis on systems engineering and engineering design. When graduating from this programme, you will possess knowledge and experience of the complete processes of conception, design, modelling, implementation and operation of boats, ships, marine installations and other complex systems, together with deep theoretical knowledge in related topics such as lightweight structures, fluid mechanics and management.

  • MSc Nanotechnology

    Nanotechnology is an exciting field within science and technology related to materials and device structures with characteristic dimensions in the nanometer regime. The labour market in this emerging area is growing significantly, and nanotechnology is penetrating several technology sectors.

  • MSc Architectural Lighting Design

    There is an increasing understanding of the importance of good lighting design in urban areas, buildings and interiors. Light is fundamental to architecture and essential for human well-being. Its quality affects human behaviour, comfort, health, efficiency, safety and security. The programme is based on a new approach to light and light planning – a combination of visual, physical and biological-based experience and knowledge applied to design, technology and health.

  • MSc Macromolecular Materials

    The master’s programme in Macromolecular Materials provides students with the comprehensive tools needed to understand the relationships between molecular structure, and macromolecular and material properties. With this skillset, graduates will develop future materials for advanced health care, energy production, green packaging, surface coatings and numerous other applications. Graduates can expect career opportunities in academia, research institutes and a wide range of industries.

  • MSc Medical Biotechnology

    The master’s programme in Medical Biotechnology is designed to provide a solid foundation required for the development of biotechnological solutions in health care and their translation to clinical practice. The courses encompass state-of-the-art techniques used to decipher biological systems, such as the genome or proteome, hands-on experience on how to operate high-throughput technological platforms as well as analysis and integration of biological information. The programme also provides knowledge regarding how biotechnology is used to promote research and innovation for a sustainable health care.

  • MSc Chemical Engineering for Energy and Environment

    The master’s programme in Chemical Engineering for Energy and Environment offer students a comprehensive education in the diverse field of chemical engineering with an emphasis on sustainability. Graduates will possess the engineering tools necessary to meet the future challenge of how best to use the available energy and finite natural resources.

  • MSc Industrial and Environmental Biotechnology

    The master’s programme in Industrial and Environmental Biotechnology aims to provide a deep understanding of how to design and operate state-of-the-art life science-based processes, with respect to product quality, sustainability and finance. The goal is to acquire competencies and skills to use cells, cell components and biomolecules to produce commodities such as food, biofuel and biomaterials, for the development of a sustainable society.

  • MSc Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Infrastructure

    The master's programme in Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Infrastructure provides students with the tools to solve future environmental problems and prepare for careers as environmental engineers. Students will increase their understanding of the properties and functions of water and ecosystems, learn how to assess the local and global environmental impact of human activities, and apply advanced methods, techniques and modelling tools to describe, quantify and solve environmental problems. The scope of the programme is international and interdisciplinary.

  • MSc Engineering Materials Science

    The master’s programme in Engineering Materials Science is characterised by a cross-functional approach, focusing on both the understanding and study of current materials, processes and applications, as well as the development of new materials and processes. The programme offers specialisation in three tracks: Industrial Materials, Materials and Process Design and Sustainable Materials.

  • MSc Engineering Design

    Growing demands on functionality, sustainability and innovation continuously increase the complexity of product development. Students in the master’s programme in Engineering Design obtain essential technical and organisational skills for the successful development and engineering of a wide range of technical products. The programme consists of two tracks offering specialised expertise in key areas of engineering design: Machine Design and Mechatronics.

  • MSc Sustainable Urban Planning and Design

    The master’s programme in Sustainable Urban Planning and Design focuses on the interrelationship between the built environment and social, economic and institutional forces. The programme provides professionals with a profound and broad understanding of the multiple factors in sustainable urban development. Students are trained to alter planning and design practices to respond to the environmental conditions and societal needs of the future.

  • André's impressions of Sweden include glögg, kanelbullar, and fika

    André is studying the master's programme in Architectural Lighting Design at KTH. Being a Portuguese architect from Lisbon, with experience from studies in Prague, he is a real cosmopolitan citizen. In this interesting interview André gives us great advice on living life as a KTH Master's student in Stockholm.

  • Being an admirer of minimalism in design, Sweden was an obvious choice for Bojana

    Bojana is studying the master's programme in Architectural Lighting Design at KTH. Coming from Belgrade, Serbia, Bojana has observed that Swedes like to talk about the weather and sit in the sun at any time.

  • MSc Aerospace Engineering

    The master’s programme in Aerospace Engineering fosters skilled engineers for work in the international aerospace sector. The job market is, however, not at all limited to that specific sector. Graduates from the programme will gain solid theoretical skills in aerospace modelling, analysis and design, as well as a general ability to approach and solve complex engineering tasks and a habit of working in teams.

  • MSc Architecture

    The master’s programme in Architecture consists of two years of full-time study. The students have the opportunity to choose between a wide range of studio themes that address contemporary architectural issues. There is a possibility to develop everything from large scale urban strategies to full-scale manufacturing processes. The students will also participate in seminar courses related to specific topics related to ongoing research at the KTH.

  • MSc Engineering Mechanics

    Engineering Mechanics plays a key role in all areas of the industrial design process that requires advanced mechanical analysis of product performance and functionality. The master’s programme in Engineering Mechanics will equip students with the knowledge and skills required to focus on reliable and sustainable design by state-of-the-art simulations and experiments in fluid mechanics, solid mechanics and sound and vibrations.

  • MSc Nuclear Energy Engineering

    The master’s programme in Nuclear Energy Engineering provides you with outstanding career opportunities and excellent opportunities for doctoral studies all over the world. After graduating you can pursue careers as a nuclear engineer (design, development and operation of nuclear power plants), consultant or analyst (nuclear reactor safety, operation and computation support), researcher (development of a new generation of reactors) and manager (leadership roles at power plants and nuclear facilities).

  • MSc Production Engineering and Management

    The master's programme in Production Engineering and Management is designed to provide production knowledge and skills with a holistic perspective.

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  • MSc Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management

    The master’s programme in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management is designed to give students a focused, relevant and utilisable body of knowledge in this diverse and modern field. The programme is ideally suited for those with an interest in starting and managing innovative projects or new economic endeavours.

  • MSc Sustainable Technology

    The master’s programme in Sustainable Technology is based on the concept of industrial ecology with a focus on the understanding of interactions between technical, economic, social and ecological systems and processes. Industrial ecology is an interdisciplinary framework for designing and operating industrial systems as living systems interdependent with natural systems. It seeks to balance environmental and economic performance within an understanding of local and global ecological constraints.

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Last changed: Sep 22, 2020