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  • “We aspire to be a top university”

    Increased interaction with society, the business community and other universities both in Sweden and other countries. That will take KTH to a top position among the European universities. Vision 2027 provides direction for the work over the next 15 years.

  • KTH rises again in QS rankings

    KTH is ranked 110th best university in the world in the QS World University Rankings, which were published on September 16. The ranking marks the university’s highest-ever finish in the international list, and it represents an advancement of eight places.

  • KTH has made 'big strides'

    KTH President Peter Gudmundson can be proud. He has presided over nine years of progress at the university, though he quickly stresses that everything achieved during his term has been the result of teamwork.

  • Omanis look to strengthen higher education at home

    Tuesday’s visit to KTH Royal Institute of Technology by Oman’s Ministry of Higher Education was somewhat of a study in contrasts. Seeking to build up its relatively-young public university system, officials from the desert kingdom visited an institution with a two-century tradition of fostering successful companies and research.

  • Astronaut’s radiation study will be critical for Mars mission

    As space exploration inches closer to Mars, research into space radiation will become increasingly critical, says ESA astronaut Christer Fuglesang, who was introduced yesterday as the new head of the Aerospace Engineering master’s programme at KTH Royal Institute of Technology.

  • A winning attitude

    In a time when being seen and heard is a priority for many, Peter Gudmundson is focused on performance and results.

  • KTH shares spotlight with Obama

    For 10 minutes on Wednesday fuel cells researchers from KTH Royal Institute of Technology shared centre stage in the university library with U.S. President Barack Obama.

  • Looking back at a momentous 2015

    As another momentous year at KTH Royal Institute of Technology comes to an end, let's take a look back at some of the biggest events and news of the last 12 months.

  • KTH shares spotlight with Obama

    For 10 minutes on Wednesday fuel cells researchers from KTH Royal Institute of Technology shared centre stage in the university library with U.S. President Barack Obama.

  • Sandvik and KTH deepen, expand cooperation

    KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Sandvik have deepened and broadened their cooperation through a recent strategic partnership agreement. The aim of the agreement is to achieve enhanced capacity for innovation and to strengthen the talents and skills for a broad field of activity.

  • Encore for Robyn's tech fest for girls at KTH

    When Robyn teamed up Sweden's KTH Royal Institute of Technology last year to present a technology festival for girls, it was proposed as a one-time event. But due to popular demand, the singer-songwriter's Tekla Festival is back for an encore on April 9, 2016.

  • KTH will review proposed collaboration with CAE

    A report airing tonight on Sweden’s SVT criticizes KTH Royal Institute of Technology for its actions relating to a proposed cooperation with China’s research institute CAE (Chinese Aeronautical Establishment). KTH will review the proposed cooperation and will address any questions. No agreement has been signed, and no actual cooperation has begun.

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