Postal address to all offices:
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
SE-100 44 Stockholm
Phone: +46 8 790 60 00
The university director is responsible for the university-wide administration.
Below you find information and contact details to the departments of the University Administration.
University Management Office
University Management Office assists KTH's management with planning, follow-up, governance, internal management and control, quality assurance, administrative law and administrative support. The employees have a deep and broad competence in education issues, evaluations, administrative law and in certain recruitment and research issues. The University Management Office also provide support to KTH's schools.
Finance Office is responsible for the budgeting, accounting, follow-up, financial control, payment flows, procurement and purchasing and coordination of internal control and checks for KTH and University Administration.
Human Resources is responsible for strategic and operational coordination of employer strategies, change management/organization development/negotiations and exercise of official authority. We offer consultations, advice and support, to organize and carry out competence development, and to make assessments within Human Resources.
Education office consists of three departments: International Relations Office, Academic Registry and Student's Office.
International Relations: Brinellvägen 8, 8th floor
Academic Registry: Brinellvägen 8, 10th floor
Student's Office: Drottning Kristinas väg 4
Head of Department: Katarina Jonsson Berglund
Research Support Office
Research Support Office, offers support to KTH´s researchers, management and other employees related to finding, managing and developing external research funding opportunities. The office is organised in five groups: Civil Law and Contracts Office, Development Office, Research Funding, Research Support and Strategic Initiatives.
Communications and Business Liaisons
Communications and Business Liaisons (CBL) is on a central level responsible for developing and providing support within communications, brand and business liaisons.
IT operates, maintains and develops the KTH central network, telecommunications, administrative systems and common information systems. In addition, IT supports faculty and staff in computer-related issues. IT also coordinates the KTH system groups.
The Property Department is divided into six groups: KTH Sustainability Office, Real Estate, Security, SRF Office, Custodial and Maintenance Services. The department is responsible for sustainable development in education, research and collaboration, KTH's environmental management system, facility and space planning, campus development, operation and maintenance of facilities and security.
The KTH Library supports the academic and digital skills of students and researchers. The library promotes open acess publishing and provides the university with analyses to help them make strategic decisions. The goal is to strengthen the quality of education and research, and to disseminate KTH’s research. The KTH Library is also a central meeting place, and an arena for collaboration.
Staff at KTH Library
KTH Innovation specialises in the commercialisation of new technology at the earliest stages of development and offers free, objective and confidential support in all areas relevant to taking an idea or research result to innovation. The KTH Innovation team offers researchers, employees and students at KTH support in business development, patents and law, funding, project management, and much more.
Staff at KTH Innovation
Openlab is a challenge-driven innovation community providing courses for professionals and master’s students, a co-working space, innovation projects, a conference center and digital innovation plattforms. Together with our founding partners we are experts in transforming innovation for the public sector through design methods to improve quality of life in the Stockholm region.
Staff at OpenLab
Staff at SciLifeLab administration