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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.

  • 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.

  • 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 Aerospace Engineering

    The master’s programme in Aerospace Engineering fosters skilled engineers for careers in the international aerospace sector and related fields. The programme offers specialisation in Aeronautics, Space, Lightweight Structures and Systems Engineering. Graduates have a solid theoretical foundation in aerospace modelling, analysis and design, as well as teamworking skills and a general ability to approach and solve complex engineering tasks.

  • MSc Engineering Mechanics

    The master's programme in Engineering Mechanics provides a solid and up-to-date knowledge base for analysis and design of products and processes. Students learn to use advanced simulation and experimental methods for analysis of mechanical phenomena ranging from lightweight gases to solid materials. Graduates work in numerous branches with design, testing, computation and research, as managers, engineers, consultants or researchers.

  • MSc Vehicle Engineering

    The master's programme in Vehicle Engineering covers all aspects from vehicle design, functions and dynamic properties, to systems for safety and comfort, and vehicles as part of the transport systems. Students can specialise in Automotive or Railway Engineering. Graduates have global career opportunities and the skills to contribute to innovative and sustainable solutions that minimise the vehicle industry's environmental impact.

  • MSc Nuclear Energy Engineering

    The master’s programme in Nuclear Energy Engineering covers all aspects of nuclear engineering, including nuclear reactor physics and technology, nuclear power safety and radiation protection. Students choose from numerous unique elective courses covering, for example, generation IV reactors and small reactors. Graduates design, operate, manage and develop nuclear facilities, usually as nuclear engineers, consultants, researchers and managers.

  • Ask us about studies

  • MSc Naval Architecture

    The master's programme in Naval Architecture provides a strong foundation in Naval Architecture while delivering in-depth skills through specialisations in Lightweight Structures, Fluid Mechanics and Management. Students gain knowledge in the complete processes of designing, modelling, constructing and operating boats, ships, marine installations and systems. Graduates face careers in the maritime sector, related fields or in academia.

  • MSc Mathematics

    The joint master’s programme in Mathematics is hosted by world-leading experts and research groups at KTH and Stockholm University. Students specialise in their desired areas of mathematics while acquiring essential skills in problem-solving and logical reasoning. Graduates become industrial mathematicians, often data analysts, financial analysts or within software engineering, or go on to PhD studies at prominent institutions.

  • 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 Real Estate and Construction Management

    The programme in fosters graduates for different occupations in real estate development and construction management, both in the private and public sector. Hands-on teaching methods, team projects and close industry connections provide students with job-related skills and insights into recent industry challenges. The programme is RICS accredited for delivering the highest standards in real estate education.

  • MSc Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Infrastructure

    The master's programme in Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Infrastructure equips students with interdisciplinary tools to solve future environmental problems and prepares for careers as environmental engineers. Students gain knowledge 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 and modelling tools to define and solve environmental problems.

  • MSc Polymer Technology

    The joint Nordic Five Tech master's programme in Polymer Technology equips students with comprehensive tools needed to develop future materials in, for example, advanced health care, energy production, green packaging and surface coatings. Students study at two Nordic universities and graduate with two degrees. The programme takes full advantage of the strengths and research specialisations of each university.

  • MSc Sustainable Urban Planning and Design

    The master’s programme in Sustainable Urban Planning and Design focuses on the correlation between the built environment and social, economic and institutional forces. Students gain a profound and broad understanding of the multiple factors in sustainable urban development. Project work provides students with strong practical skills. Graduates have the expertise to adapt planning and design practices to the environmental conditions and societal needs of the future.

  • MSc Systems, Control and Robotics

    The master’s programme in Systems, Control and Robotics focuses on the analysis, design and control of robots, autonomous vehicles, and other complex technical systems. It provides broad skills in the field and expertise through specialisations going deeper into areas such as autonomous sensing, AI, machine learning, decision making and control. Graduates face interesting careers, often in the robotics and autonomous vehicles industry, or as PhD students.

  • MSc Engineering Materials Science

    The master's programme in Engineering Materials Science has a cross-functional approach, focusing on the understanding of existing materials, processes and applications, as well as the development of new ones. Students can specialise in Industrial Materials, Materials and Process Design, or Sustainable Materials. Graduates have valuable expertise in materials science needed in many industries and sectors, for example, manufacturing, automotive and energy.

  • MSc Electromagnetics, Fusion and Space Engineering

    The master’s programme in Electromagnetics, Fusion and Space Engineering combines a strong foundation in electrical engineering with knowledge in electromagnetic fields, how they interact with matter and how to utilise them in technology. Students specialise in Microwave Engineering, Photonics, Plasma or Space. As the programme covers both theoretical and applied aspects of the field, graduates face diverse career opportunities in both industry and academia.

  • MSc Sustainable Energy Engineering

    The master's programme in Sustainable Energy Engineering provides advanced education in solar energy, power generation, energy utilisation and transformation of energy systems. Students gain a multidisciplinary foundation in energy engineering and skills to manage complex energy related problems with a lifecycle perspective. Graduates lead the development in the energy sector with skills and insights in industrial challenges, leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship.

  • MSc Transport and Geoinformation Technology

    Functional and environment-friendly transport systems are vital in a sustainable society. Students gain expertise in transport and geoinformation technology and learn how to plan, build and maintain advanced transport systems. Graduates blend practical skills in data collection and modelling with an inter-disciplinary understanding of transport and geoinformation that lead to job opportunities in various sectors.

  • MSc Industrial Management

    The master’s programme in Industrial Management targets students with a profound engineering background who aim to take leadership positions in industrial and technology-based organisations. Students acquire an understanding of value creation and specialise in areas such as management, leadership, supply chain, industrial transformation, managing research and innovation, strategy and industrial marketing. The programme has extensive industry interaction throughout.

  • MSc Media Management

    The master's programme in Media Management focuses on the development and marketing of media products and services, combining skills in media technology and business management, with expertise in sustainability, intercultural communication, innovation and product development. Graduates gain the essential skills to lead innovative media companies and face a variety of roles in for examples in digital publishing, broadcasting, interactive media and consulting, or PhD studies.

  • MSc Embedded Systems

    The master’s programme in Embedded Systems provides a thorough understanding of Embedded Systems and specialisation in a specific area covering theoretical and practical aspects of embedded systems development. Students gain engineering skills and learn integration of software and hardware, system design, integration, verification and management. Graduates have the expertise to harness the possibilities for innovation in the growing area of embedded systems.

  • MSc Electric Power Engineering

    The master's programme in Electric Power Engineering delivers a solid understanding of the electric power engineering domain and skills to contribute to more sustainable energy solutions. It offers great flexibility to specialise in areas such as electric energy conversion, electrotechnical design, power system control and electricity markets. Graduates find career opportunities at the forefront of advancements in power components and power systems.

  • MSc Innovative Sustainable Energy Engineering

    The joint master's programme in Innovative Sustainable Energy Engineering focuses on energy systems designs with economically and environmentally sustainable technologies. Students are awarded degrees from two leading Nordic universities and explore the unique energy engineering expertise of these universities through a specialisation track. Graduates know practices, policies and technologies to supply energy at the least financial, environmental and social cost.

  • MSc Civil and Architectural Engineering

    The master’s programme in Civil and Architectural Engineering fosters graduates that will design and build our future homes and infrastructure, with a deep understanding of human conditions and needs, and urgent demands for sustainability. In one of two specialisations, students explore either techniques for design, construction and maintenance of infrastructure or engineering design of buildings with a focus on performance and lifecycle perspective.

  • MSc Architecture

    The master’s programme in Architecture offers a unique learning environment where the possibilities for students to tailor their degree are remarkable. Apart from orientation courses that explore the fundamentals of architecture, students freely choose studio courses from a wide range of themes that address current architectural topics. Graduates reach leading positions both in private architectural firms and the public sector.

  • MSc Engineering Design

    The master's programme in Engineering Design covers product development and its growing complexity driven by rising demands for functionality, sustainability and innovation. Students in the programme acquire 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 Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management

    The master’s programme in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management explores the nature of innovation and entrepreneurship and how to harness its inherent potential. It combines theoretical aspects of the field with a self-defined master's degree project. Students acquire necessary skills to start and manage projects, including business model innovation, leadership and communication. Graduates have the tools to lead new business ventures and start-ups.

  • MSc Integrated Product Design

    The master's programme in Integrated Product Design teaches students to create sustainable products, services, systems and business models. In one of two distinct specialisations, students explore either design and functionality aspects of products in relation to users and markets, or the management of innovation and product development processes. Graduates have the expertise for careers in a wide range of industrial and business sectors.

  • MSc Chemical Engineering for Energy and Environment

    The master's programme in Chemical Engineering for Energy and Environment delivers extensive knowledge in the diverse field of Chemical Engineering with a focus on sustainability. Students acquire modern tools to analyse various processes, from the production of biofuels to the purification of drinking water. Graduates have the engineering skills needed to meet the societal challenge of how best to use our available energy and finite natural resources.

  • MSc Industrial and Environmental Biotechnology

    The master’s programme in Industrial and Environmental Biotechnology provides 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. Graduates have the 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 Macromolecular Materials

    The master’s programme in Macromolecular Materials equips students with comprehensive tools needed to understand the relationships between molecular structure and macromolecular and material properties. Students gain skills to develop future materials in areas such as advanced health care, energy production, green packaging and surface coatings. Graduates work in industry, start-up companies, consultant companies and research institutes.

  • MSc Medical Biotechnology

    The master's programme in Medical Biotechnology provides a solid foundation for the development of sustainable biotechnological solutions and their use in health care. Students acquire knowledge about state-of-the-art techniques, experience in operating technological platforms and analyzing big data in the context of human health. Graduates have the competence necessary to research and develop diagnostics, disease prevention tools and therapies.

  • 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 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 an emphasis on energy and environment, safety, and innovation.

  • 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 Production Engineering and Management

    The master's programme in Production Engineering and Management handles the engineering and management aspects of production and how they interact. The engineering side includes manufacturing technologies, automation, maintenance, and production development tools and methods. The management side includes operations strategy, planning and management of resources for a sustainable production environment. Graduates work in various production fields worldwide.

  • Nano kopia

    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 Sustainable Technology

    The master’s programme in Sustainable Technology covers the concept of Industrial Ecology, focusing on the interaction of technical, economic, social and ecological systems and processes. Students will explore this interdisciplinary framework for designing and operating industrial systems interdependent of natural systems. Graduates will balance environmental and economic performance and lead the development of strategies for a sustainable future.

  • MSc Architectural Lighting Design

    Light is essential for human well-being and fundamental to interior spaces, buildings and urban areas. Students learn how lighting quality, both natural and artificial light, affects human behaviour, comfort and health. Factors of sustainable development; environmental, social and economic aspects are at focus. Graduates have unique competence in light planning and work in lighting design, architectural studios or as consultants.

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