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  • Netherlands: Universiteit van Amsterdam

    University of Amsterdam (UvA) was founded in 1632 and is the third oldest university in the Netherlands with almost 30,000 students. The university has seven faculties spanning the humanities, the social and behavioural sciences, economics and business, law, the natural sciences, medicine and dentistry. KTH has an agreement with UvA within the study area urban planning. The university is located in both new and old buildings in the historical center of Amsterdam.

  • United Kingdom: Oxford Brookes University

    Oxford Brookes University is located in central Oxford and was founded in 1865. About 17,000 students are studying here. Oxford Brookes was ranked in the top twenty in seven subjects in the Times and Sunday Times University Guide 2015. Some of the subjects that were mentioned were Town and Country Planning & Landscape and Art and Design.

  • France: Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon (INSA Lyon)

    National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) in Lyon is an international, multidisciplinary university in the heart of Europe. The university is located just outside the city of Lyon and there are 22,000 students here.

  • Brazil: Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

    Situated in Belo Horizonte, UFMG is one of the most prominent universities in Brazil, with approximately 45 000 students. The origins of the university go back as far as the 19th century and the institution pursues a strong commitment to research, implementing it on all levels of education.

  • Colombia: Universidad de los Andes

    UNIANDES is a private research university located in the city centre of Bogotá, Colombia. The university has traditionally educated the Latin American academic elite, and is broadly considered to be the most prominent Colombian university and one of the best universities in this region. Around 15 000 students are registered at UNIANDES.

  • Iceland: University of Iceland

    University of Iceland is a public research university in Reykjavik and Iceland's oldest and largest university. About 14,000 students are spread over some 20 faculties. Teaching and research are conducted in the social sciences, humanities, medicine, science, technology and teacher training. The campus is concentrated around the center of Reykjavik, with additional facilities in nearby areas as well as rural areas

  • France: Université de Tours

    Université de Tours (former known as Université Francois Rabelais) is a large multidisciplinary university that offers programmes within various areas. KTH has an agreement with Université de Tours within the study area urban planning. The university is situated in Tours in mid-France and the campus is spread out at different locations in Tours. The university offers a wide range of cultural and sports activities. Approximately 25000 students study at the university.

  • United Kingdom: University College London, The Bartlett School of Planning

    University College London (UCL) was founded in 1826 to open up higher education in England to those who had been excluded from it – becoming the first university in England to admit women students on equal terms with men in 1878. UCL is ranked seventh in the world’s top 10 universities by the QS World University Rankings (2015). About 36,000 students are studying at UCL. KTH has an agreement with UCL within the study area urban planning which belongs to The Bartlett School of Planning. The Bartlett School of Planning is located in Bloomsbury in the heart of London on UCL's main campus.

  • Portugal: Lisboa School of Economics and Management

    Lisboa School of Economics and Management (ISEG) is a part of Universidade de Lisboa and located in Lisbon, near the Portuguese Parliament. ISEG is the first school within Economics and Management in Portugal and was founded 1911. About 4,700 students are studying at ISEG.

  • Italy: Politecnico di Milano

    With 40 000 students, Politecnico di Milano is the largest technical university in Italy and one of the leading in Europe. The term "politecnico" means that it is a state university with education in engineering and architecture. Politecnico di Milano is organised in 16 faculties on seven campuses in the region Lombardia. The university has close cooperation with industry in the region.

  • Lithuania: Vilnius Technical University

    Vilnius Gediminas Technical University was founded in 1956 and is the highest ranked and most popular university in Lithuania among international students. It has 11,000 students and is situated outside Vilnius.

  • Italy: Politecnico di Torino

    POLITO was founded in 1859 and has two campuses. The largest one is in central Torino and the other one, in Architecture, is called Castello del Valentino and is situated outside the city. The university has more than 33,000 students and a strong international environment. POLITO is ranked among the top ten technical universities in Europe.

  • Brazil: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

    Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul is based in Porto Alegre, capital of Rio Grande do Sul and has approximatelly 30 000 students. Located close to the border of Uruguay and Argentina, Rio Grande do Sul is strategically positioned in the community MERCOSUL, for being in the center of a region which holds 60% of all Latin America’s economy.

  • Brazil: Universidade de Sao Paulo

    The University of Sao Paulo is the largest higher education and research institution in Brazil, and also ranked as number one in Latin America. It is a state university with approximatelly 90 000 students. It has outstanding projection around the world, and develops a large number of Brazilian masters and doctoral students.

  • Chile: Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María

    Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María (USM) is situated in the city of Valparaiso, about an hour's car ride from the capital Santiago de Chile. It has five different campus, the engineering branch is covered by the campuses in Santiago and Valparaíso, the technical one by those in Viña del Mar and Concepción. 18,000 students attend the courses at these campuses.

  • Denmark: Danmarks Tekniske Universitet

    DTU is the largest technical university in Denmark, ranked among the top 20 of technical universities in Europe. The university has among 10,000 students with a large international population and the main campus is situated in Lyngby north of Copenhagen

  • Finland: Aalto University

    Aalto University was created when three prominent Finnish universities merged; Helsinki university of technology, Helsinki business school and the University of Art and Design. The campus was designed by the famous designer Alvar Aalto and is situated in Esbo outside Helsinki. Aalto is an international university where engineering, business, art and design meet.

  • Belgium: Vrije Universiteit Brussel

    VUB is situated in the heart of Brussels and has approximately 16000 students, among which 24% are international students. VUB is a Dutch speaking university, but it also offers courses taught in English. The university has 4 campuses and 8 faculties.

  • Chile: Universidad de Chile

    The Universidad de Chile in Santiago de Chile, is an autonomous, public, national institution. It is the oldest and most important university in the country and one of the most prestigious in South America. The student population is around 38,000 students, attending courses in all study areas.

  • Chile: Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile

    Pontifica Universidad Catolica de Chile is one of the oldest universities of Latin America and is located in Santiago spread across four campuses. It is ranked third among the universities of South America. More than 28,000 students study in this university.

  • China: Dalian University of Technology

  • Estonia: Tallinn University of Technology

    Tallinn University of Technology was founded in 1918 and is the only technical university in Estonia. The university has around 12 000 students incl. 1 400 international students. The activities are located at a large campus area in the outskirts of Tallinn.

  • Denmark: Københavns Erhvervsakademi

    KEA is a school with a strong international profile that takes pride in the intercultural mark at the eight different sections of the school, situated in different central parts of Copenhagen. KEA offers many programmes in design, communication, construction and technology, and 12 of the programmes are taught in English. There are approximately 9000 students from 60 different countries at KEA.

  • China: Tongji University

    Tongji University, situated in the megacity Shanghai, is one of Chinas oldest and most prestigious universities. The university offers programs in engineering, medicine, art and law. Tongji University was founded in 1907, but has grown over the years and is now comprised of 29 schools/colleges. Tongji University is top ranked within the subject areas architecture and urban planning.

  • Belgium: Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

    KU Leuven is situated outside Brussels and has been a centre for learning for almost six hundred years and is today the largest university in Belgium. It is ranked among the 50 best universities in the world, and has a broad spectra of international master's programmes. Leuven has a lot of international students and a rich student life.

  • China: Southeast University, Nanjing

    Southeast University is a public research university located in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China. It was part of one of the oldest universities and the first coeducational university in China. The university has 16,000 undergraduate students and 10,000 graduate students in over 30 schools and departments. SEU ranked top in 8 fields including architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, art history, civil engineering, electronic engineering, transportation engineering and biomedical engineering.

  • China: Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute (with UM)

    The University of Michigan-Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute (JI) was jointly established in 2006 by two premier universities, the University of Michigan and Shanghai Jiao Tong University, creating a Sino-US academic partnership with tremendous potential.

  • Japan: University of Tokyo

    University of Tokyo was established in 1877 as the first national university in Japan. As a leading research university located in Tokyo, spread across five campuses, it is the highest ranked institution in Japan and Asia and is one among the top 50 universities of the world. More than 30,000 students currently study here and more than 2,900 students are international.

  • Japan: Tokyo Institute of Technology

    Tokyo Institute of Technology is a national research university located in Tokyo. Six different schools (Science, Engineering, Materials & Chemical Technology, Computing, Life Science & Technology, Environment & Society) offer education to around 10,000 students, of which more than 1,200 are international. It is one among the top 10 universities of Japan and the top 200 universities of the world.

  • Japan: Shibaura Institute of Technology

    Shibaura Institute of Technology is a private university located in Tokyo, founded in 1927. There are around 8,000 students studying at one of the three different campuses.

  • Japan: Osaka University

    Osaka University is one of seven national universities in Japan, located in Osaka. It is ranked 3rd among the Japanese universities and among the top 100 universities of the world. More than 25,000 students study at the university and more than 2,500 of them are international.

  • Australia: Curtin University of Technology

    Curtin University ranks top 15 among Australian universities and top 300 among world universities. It is the largest university in Western Australia situated in Perth, by the Pacific Ocean. There are more than 60,000 students of which more than 19,000 are international. The areas available are business, humanities, health, resources, engineering and related sciences.

  • South Korea: Seoul National University

    Seoul National University is a national research university located in Seoul, South Korea. Founded in 1946, Seoul National University is considered to be the most prestigious university in the country. The university has around 27,000 students and hosts approximately 300 international students each year.

  • France: École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées

    École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (ENPC) is a French Grande École that offers a variety of different engineering programmes. The university is situated in Champs-sur-Marne close to Paris and is one of the oldest in France, founded in 1747. Just as other Grande Écoles, ENPC is a small university with approximately 2,000 students.

  • France: École Speciale des Travaux Publics du Batiment de l'Industrie

    École Spéciale des Travaux Publics du Bâtiment et de l’Industrie (ESTP) is a French Grand École situated in the Latin quarters in Paris. The university is focused on engineering programmes within the built environment and has got close connections to companies within the area. Approximately 3,000 students study at ESTP.

  • France: Grenoble INP

    Grenoble Institute of Technology offers top class engineering studies and research. Around 5000 students at all levels study at the university which consist of six engineering schools. Campus is located in the heart of Grenoble

  • France: École des ingénieurs de la Ville de Paris

    École des Ingénieurs de la Ville de Paris (EIVP) is a French Grande École situated in the Belleville quarters in Paris. The university offers programmes in architecture and built environment with a focus on sustainable development. Approximately 500 students study at EIVP.

  • Ireland: Trinity College Dublin

    Trinity College Dublin is formally named "College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin". It was founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I. The university has a large campus situated in central Dublin with more than 17,000 students on all levels. As Ireland's leading university, Trinity has a global position in higher education.

  • India: IIT Madras

    Indian Institute of Technology Madras is one among the foremost institutes of national importance in higher technological education, basic and applied research. In 1956, the German Government offered technical assistance for establishing an institute of higher education in engineering in India. The first Indo-German agreement for the establishment of the Indian Institute of Technology at Madras was signed in Bonn, West Germany, in 1959.

  • India: IIT Bombay

    IIT Bombay is a public university founded in 1958. IIT Bombay has a comprehensive graduate program offering degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. IIT Bombay is among the highest ranked universities in Indian. IIT Bombay has approximately 8000 students. IIT Bombay offers a luscious campus and has two swimming pools; football, hockey and cricket grounds; and tennis, basketball, squash and volleyball courts.

  • Greece: National Technical University of Athens

    NTUA is situated in Athens and is among the most prominent universities in Greece. The university has more than 15 000 students on all levels. It is divided into nine academic schools within engineering and architecture.

  • Germany: Technische Universität Berlin

    Technical University of Berlin (TU Berlin) is a research university located in Berlin and one of the largest and most prestigious research and educational institutions in Germany. The university was founded in 1879. University alumni and professor include among others ten Nobel laureates. TU Berlin is ranked among the top 50 in the world in Engineering & Technology according to QS World University Rankings. The university is known for its highly ranked engineering programs, especially in mechanical engineering.

  • Germany: Technische Universität Darmstadt

    TU Darmstadt was founded in 1877, and since then the study of engineering, science, humanities and social sciences is a natural part of the university. Darmstadt near Frankfurt, and is a lively student city. The University is newly renovated and an extensive modernization work is done. It employs approximately 270 professors and 25,000 students are enrolled, many international. All focused on technology, seen from an engineering perspective.

  • USA: Purdue University

    Purdue's campus lies in West Lafayette, Indiana and offers more than 200 majors for undergraduates. In addition, Purdue has 18 intercollegiate sports teams and more than 900 student organizations which strongly welcome internal exchange student participation. Purdue has in total approximately 40,000 students and enrolls the fourth largest international student population of any university in the United States.

  • Germany: Technische Universität München

    TUM have strong links with companies and scientific institutions across the world and was one of the first universities in Germany to be named a University of Excellence. TUM regularly ranks among the best European universities in international rankings. Its 13 departments provide an excellent environment for research and for the education of the universities around 40,000 students. 13 Nobel prize winners have connections to TUM.

  • USA: California Polytecnic State University

    Cal Poly is a nationally ranked, comprehensive public university located in San Luis Obispo, halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles on California's Central Coast. It is one of five comprehensive polytechnic universities in the US and has approx. 19,000 students. Cal Poly’s motto is ”Learning by Doing” as all student programs have a technical, professional, and arts component. Student apartments are avaialable on campus but many students prefer private apartments or houses near campus which are readily available.

  • USA: Iowa State University

    ISU is located in Ames, Iowa, in the middle of the United States. Ames is a residentional small town with many parks, a strong University connection, and has been designated an All-American City. The motto of the city is, "Ames, where the world meets” and is popular amongst international students for its "small town" college feeling. The students and local residents participate in campus activities together and hold nationwide attendance records at ISU events. Iowa State is also well-known for a large number of national renowned Engineering labratories in aerospace, energy, biorenewable chemicals, and more.

  • USA: University of Texas at Austin

    UT Austin is the flagship school of the University of Texas System, which includes nine academic universities. UT Austin is home to more than 51,000 students whom are committed to the spirit of Austin and the Longhorn athletic teams. Austin is internationally renowned for music, film and art scene, along with Texas sunshine and lake running through the city. Underline all of that with an open-minded community, a commitment to breakfast tacos and food trucks, and you have a unique city for all.

  • Hungary: Budapest University of Technology and Economics

    Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) is the main technical university in Hungary. It was founded in 1782 and the first institution in Europe to train engineers on university level. More than 110 institutions are operating within the structure of eight faculties. The university has approximately 20,000 students and a large international population.

  • USA: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    University of Illinois, ranked among the top 50 universities in the world, is one of KTH’s strategic partnerships with a vast array of collaborations ranging from summer courses, joint and online programs, and research. UI is located in the twin cities of Champaign and Urbana in east-central Illinois. It is approximately a 2.5 hour drive south of Chicago (140 miles). The university comprises of 17 colleges that are spread out between the two cities including a large number of research facilities connected to industry. There is a main street that students refer to as Campus Town that gives a true Big Ten University college feeling.

  • Austria: Technische Universität Wien

    TU Vienna is one of Europe's most prominent technical universities located in the capital Vienna. TUW has for 200 years been a place of teaching and research. The University has eight faculties that correspond well to the schools at KTH and is ranked among the 100 best technical universities in Europe. Almost 30,000 students study here at all levels.

  • Austria: Technische Universität Graz

    Graz is Austria's second largest city after the capital Vienna and is located in south-eastern Austria near the border to Slovenia. It is a charming university city and the university has three campuses in and around the city center.

  • Japan: Hokkaido University

    Hokkaido University is situated in the city of Sapporo, on the north island of Hokkaido. The university has around 18,000 students, of which 1,800 are international, studying at one of the two campuses.

  • Japan: Keio University

    Keio University is one of the oldest universities in Japan, founded in 1858. More than 33,000 students study at the university, spread over six campuses in the greater Tokyo area. Of these, around 1.300 are international students. The university ranks among the 300 best universities in the world.

  • Japan: Waseda University

    Waseda University, founded in 1882, is one of Japan's largest institutions of higher education and advanced research. It is a private university with almost 53,000 students, of which approximately 4,900 are international students. The university is spread on nine campuses over the capital Tokyo.

  • China: Beijing Institute of Technology

    Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) was founded in 1940, it provides wide range of education from Bachelor to doctoral level. The focusing academic areas include aerospace engineering, mechanical engineering, information and electronics, optoelectronics, automation, software engineering, mathematics and statistics, physics, chemistry, humanities and social sciences, management and economics, law, design and arts, foreign language studies and pedagogy.

  • Japan: Kyoto University

    Kyoto University is the oldest universities in Japan, located in Kyoto, the former royal capital of Japan. Spread across three different campuses, it is one among the top 100 universities of the world. More than 23,000 students currently study in the university, of which more than 1,900 students are international. Several Nobel laureats come from this university.

  • Japan: Kyushu University

    Kyushu University is one of the public universities in Japan, located in Kyushu. More than 28,000 students study at the university, of which more than 1,800 students are international. The university is ranked among the top 200 in the world.

  • Japan: Tohoku University

    Tohoku University is one among the seven national universities in Japan located in Sendai, Tohoku region. It is one among the top 10 universities in Japan and one among the top 100 universities of the world. More than 17,000 students currently study at the university of which more than 1,300 are international.

  • Japan: Nagoya University

    Nagoya University is one among the seven national universities in Japan, located in Nagoya, the fourth largest city in Japan. It has nine undergraduate schools, 14 graduate schools and three research institutes, which makes it one of the country's core comprehensive universities. More than 15,000 students currently study at the university and more than 1,500 are international. The university is ranked among the top 100 universities of the world.

  • Canada: University of Ottawa

    The University of Ottawa is the world’s largest bilingual university where students may study in English, French or both languages. Located in the heart of Canada’s national capital, it has a student population of 45,000. The university is located in the residential neighborhood of Sandy Hill, and offers a wide variety of academic programs, administered by ten faculties including engineering.

  • Canada: École Polytechnique de Montréal

    Founded in 1873, Polytechnique Montréal is one of Canada's leading engineering teaching and research institutions. It is the largest engineering university in Québec, situated in Montreal, at the base of the mountain and near the river. 8,200 students study in this university.

  • Mexico: Instituto Politecnico Nacional

    Instituto Politecnica Nacional, founded in 1936, is one of the largest public university in Mexico, located in Mexico city with more than 170,000 students. It is ranked among the top 20 universities in Latin America.

  • Croatia: University of Zagreb

    University of Zagreb is the oldest and biggest university in southeast Europe. The university consists of 29 faculties, three art schools and a centre for croatian studies. With more than 50 000 students, it is the largest university in Croatia. The university has a strong research focus and contributes to more than 50 % of the nations research.

  • Latvia: Riga Technical University

    Riga Technical University is the largest university in the Baltic countries, with substantial research and cooperation with industry and international partner universities. RTU was founded in 1862 and has six scientific research focus areas. The campus is situated in central Riga and houses approximately 15,000 students.

  • Netherlands: Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

    TU/e is a research university specialised in engineering and technology, ranked among the top 200 in the world. The activities are organised in ten schools, with strategic focus on energy, health and smart mobility. The modern campus is centrally located in Eindhoven and houses 10 000 students.

  • Mexico: Tecnológico de Monterrey

    Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education (ITESM), the main campus located in the city of Monterrey, Mexico is one among the prominent universities in the region of Latin America. More than 90,000 students currently study in the university, which offers education in many different areas and campuses across Mexico.

  • Netherlands: Technische Universiteit Delft

    TU Delft was founded in 1842 and is today ranked among the hundred best universities in the world. TU Delft is very prominent in research on technological innovations. TU Delft offer 16 Bachelor's programmes and over 35 Master's programmes in the areas of science, technology and design. All Master's programmes are taught in English.

  • Poland: Cracow University of Technology

    CUT is a well established brand for quality education in engineering. The university works systematically to improve the Polish scientific and technical ideas, modernity and openness in both education and research. CUT is a global space for research and education, with over 15,000 students at the seven faculties which has its' campus in central Cracow.

  • Norway: Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet

    NTNU is a research university with campuses in Trondheim, Gjovik and Ålesund. NTNU is the biggest university in Norway and has national responsibility for higher education within engineering and technology. The university also offers other academic disciplines. The campuses offer a rich student life with a large share of international students.

  • Poland: Warsaw University of Technology

    WUT is one of Poland's most prominent university with campuses in the middle of Warsaw. The university was founded as a technical university in 1915 and has since established 19 faculties. WUT has about 37 000 students and a well-known library and information center with over 1.5 million publications.

  • Switzerland: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich (ETH)

    ETH was founded in 1854 as the Eidgenössische Polytechnische Schule and began operations in Zurich in 1855. ETH is one of the world's most prestigious universities, and offers excellent research opportunities. The university is ranked among the best in the world. Overall, 21 Nobel Prize winners conducted studies or worked as professors at the university. It has over 18,000 students registered.

  • Portugal: Instituto Superior Técnico

    Instituto Superior Técnico is the largest and most renowned university for engineering, science and architecture in Portugal. IST aims to transform and shape society through science, technology and entrepreneurship. The university is investing heavily in research, development and innovation and offers its students an exciting and global environment. The campus is centrally located in Lisbon with over 11,000 students.

  • Singapore: Nanyang Technological University

    Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has about 33 000 students and is situated in the outskirts of Singapore at a large garden campus. The university was founded in 1991, but is already one of the highest ranked universities in the world. In 2015 NTU was number 1 amongst the universities in the world that are younger than 50 years. It is an international campus with researchers and students from all over the world.

  • Switzerland: École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)

    EPFL is a technical university in Lausanne, Switzerland with almost 10 000 students. It is one of the most prestigious universities in engineering and science, and is counted among the top 20 in the world. Campus is located a bit outside Lausanne on Lake Geneva. EPFL is located in the French-speaking part of Switzerland and is Europe's most cosmopolitan technical university with students, teachers and staff from more than 120 nations.

  • Singapore: National University of Singapore

    National University of Singapore (NUS) has about 38 000 students from about 100 countries and is ranked as number one in Asia and among the top universities in the world. Research and entrepreneurship are prioritized areas. NUS campus is situated in the southwest part of Singapore.

  • Singapore: Singapore Management University

    Singapore Management University (SMU) was founded in 2000 and is a highly ranked university within its subject areas. SMU has about 8 800 studenter and consists of: the School of Business; the School of Accountancy; the School of Economics and Social Sciences and the School of Information Systems. The campus is located in central Singapore.

  • Spain: Universidad Politécnica de Valencia

    UPV consists of five campuses (Camí de Vera, Blasco Ibáñez, Gandia, Alcoy and Xativa), 14 schools and approximately 35,000 students. It is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world that are less than 50 years old. The bulk of the UPV is located in the city centre and near the sea.

  • Spain: Universidad Politecnica de Madrid

    Technical University of Madrid, UPM, is centrally located in Madrid. It was founded in 1971 as a result of a merger of different Technical Schools of Engineering and Architecture, originating mainly in the 18th century. Over 35,000 students attend classes during the year. UPM is ranked as the best technical university in Spain.

  • China: Shanghai Jiao Tong University

    SJTU is one of the first national institutions of higher education and has become a comprehensive, research-oriented, and internationalized top 5 university in China. The university has 16,188 undergraduates and 28,842 postgraduates and 2,134 overseas students. SJTU is among KTH´s six strategic partner universities in the world, and have long history of collaborations at various levels with KTH. SJTU has nine major disciplines, namely economics, law, literature, science, engineering, agriculture, medicine, management and arts.

  • China: The Chinese University of Hong Kong

    Founded in 1963, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is a comprehensive research university. It has fostered four Nobel Laureates. Approximately 22,000 students get their education here from eight different faculties.

  • China: Peking University

    Peking University is one of the oldest comprehensive universities in China located in Beijing. Its ranking in China varies between 1st and 2nd, and is among top 50 in the world. Peking University has become a center for teaching and research and a university of a new type, embracing diverse branches of learning such as basic and applied sciences, social sciences and the humanities, and sciences of medicine, management, and education.

  • China: Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

    Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) is a public research university located in Clear Water Bay peninsula, Hong Kong. HKUST ranks among top 50 universities in the world. More than 11,000 students study in the university, of which around 4,000 students are international. HKUST is among KTH´s six strategic partner universities in the world, and have collaborations at various levels with KTH.

  • China: Fudan University, Shanghai

    Fudan University is one of the oldest comprehensive universities in China located in Shanghai. It is constantly ranked among top 5 universitets in China. The university has 16 schools and 56 departments with faculties in science, engineering, humanities, law, medicine, history, philosophy, economics, management, education and art. Fudan University is home to 14,100 undergraduates and 14,800 graduates including 3000 foreign degree candidates.

  • China: City University of Hong Kong

    City University of Hongkong is one among the top universities of Hong Kong and is among the top 50 universities of the world, located in Kowloon. It is a public research university and more than 19,000 students study here.

  • China: Tsinghua University

    Tsinghua University is one of the oldest traditional technical universities in China located in Beijing. Its ranking in China varies between 1st and 2nd, and is among top 50 in the world. The university has 16 schools and 56 departments with faculties in science, engineering, humanities, law, medicine, history, philosophy, economics, management, education and art. The university has now over 25,900 students, including 13,100 undergraduates and 12,800 graduate students. As one of China's most renowned universities, Tsinghua has become an important institution for fostering talent and scientific research.

  • China: Zhejiang University

    Zhejiang University is a comprehensive research university and constantly ranked top 5 in China. Research at Zhejiang University spans 12 academic disciplines, covering philosophy, economics, law, education, literature, history, art, science, engineering, agriculture, medicine, management, etc. There are a total of approx. 47,000 full-time students enrolled at Zhejiang University. It is located in the historical and picturesque city of Hangzhou just 200 km one hour from Shanghai with high-speed train. It is one of the most internationalized cities in China.

  • China: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

    The Hong Kong Polytechnic University is a public university situated in Hung Hom, Kowloon, centrally in Hong Kong. The history of the university stretches back to 1937, and the university got its current name 1972. The university is a distinguished technical university with approximately 28 500 students.

  • Spain: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

    UPC is the largest technical university in Catalonia. UPC's goals are based on internationalization since it is Spain's largest technical universities with the most international students. UPC collaborates with several top-rated European universities. The university was founded in 1971, has about 38,000 students enrolled. Campus at several places in Barcelona.

  • Canada: McMaster University

    McMaster University is a public research university located in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, 70km south of Toronto. The university ranked 4th among Canadian universities and 72th in the world according to the 2020 Times Higher Education World University Rankings. The campus is situated near the corner of Lake Ontario, surrounding part of the campus with a nature reservation which is a strong contrast to metropolitan life with Toronto being a 45 minute car ride away. The University is well known for the McMaster Model, the university's policy for a student-centered, problem-based, interdisciplinary approach to learning, a policy which has been adopted by several other universities around the world.

  • United Kingdom: The Queen's University Belfast

    The Queen's University Belfast is a large university in central Belfast. The university is one of the oldest in Great Britain. It is an international University with 23 000 students. The walking distance from the university campus to central Belfast is 15 minutes.

  • United Kingdom: Newcastle University

    The university is located centrally in Newcastle, which is a typical college town in northeast England. The city center is compact so that things can be done by foot. The University is a so-called "red brick university", a term used to refer to universities founded in the late 19th and early 20th centuries in the major industrial cities of the United Kingdom.

  • United Kingdom: University of Bristol

    The University of Bristol is one of the most popular universities in the UK. Bristol is a typical student city, located by the coast, with much to offer and where various festivals and events are common. 2011 the city won the title of "Best city life in Britain," among university students in the UK. The University of Bristol has 11 Nobel Prize winners among former students and staff. According to Times Higher Education Ranking it is ranked in place 69 in the world.

  • Taiwan: National Cheng Kung University

    National Cheng Kung University is a comprehensive university and viewed as one of the most prestigious universities in Taiwan, with a high reputation in science, engineering, medicine, management, planning and design. It is located in Tainan City and home to over 20,000 students in nine colleges on eleven campuses.

  • South Korea: Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

    Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) is a public research institute located in the city of Daejeon in South Korea, approximately one hour with train from the capital Seoul. More than 10,000 students study at the university. It is ranked as the best university in the Republic of Korea and among the top 50 universities in the world. The university has two campuses in Daejeon, with five colleges: Natural Sciences, Life Science & Bioengineering, Engineering, Information Science & Technology and Cultural Science.

  • Czech Republic: Czech Technical University in Prague

    CTU in Prague is one of the largest and oldest technical universities in Europe. It was founded in 1707 and has eight faculties and approximately 21,000 students. The university is located in central Prague and is popular among exchange universities. CTU is very active in international networks and partnerships such as Erasmus +.

  • Turkey: Bogazici University

    Bogazici Universitys vision is achieving international excellence in education and research and becoming a green, sustainable university. It originated as the Robert College, founded in 1863 in Istanbul - the first American college established outside the US. Boğaziçi University has more than 12,000 students, 1,000 staff and six campuses.

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Last changed: Sep 22, 2020