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Let’s reach even further

For 200 years, KTH has worked to shape a new tomorrow. We’ve passed along old wisdom and searched for new answers. We’ve made inroads, redoubled efforts, and forged ahead. Today, we’re one of the world’s most distinguished technical universities. Despite our stature, illustrious faculty and ambitious research pursuits, there’s still a lot we need to learn more about. There’s still so much left to explore, solve, and understand.

Your support can aid in solving the major societal challenges. Together, we can create a more sustainable tomorrow for people and the planet. Let’s explore the unanswered questions and aspire beyond the undiscovered.

Let’s reach even further.

Aishwarya Sajimon.

KTH-India Scholarship Foundation

We wish to honor the memory of an anonymous KTH friend who initiated the Stiftelsen KTH-India Scholarship Foundation through a generous donation. Since the establishment of the foundation in 2012, two Indian master students per year have been awarded scholarships covering both tuition and living expenses at KTH.

“The foundation has contributed to an important international exchange of knowledge between KTH and India and has been a significant factor in being able to attract the best international students to KTH” – Stefan Östlund, Vice president for international relations at KTH

Read the article: With scholarship, student pursues becoming “a different kind of doctor”

KTH India Scholarship

The Baltic Sea.

Join us for a healthier Baltic Sea

KTH has important knowledge that contribute to solutions to the problems in the Baltic Sea. To create exchange and synergies, commitment and support in the form of donations are needed.

Padideh Kamali-Zare is this year’s recipient of the KTH Innovation Award.

Recipient of KTH Innovation Award 2023

The KTH Innovation Award was made possible by two generous donations from Daniel Ek, Founder and CEO of Spotify, and Mathias Uhlén, KTH professor and entrepreneur. The prize aims to celebrate people from KTH who with creativity, grit and courage have contributed to solving society’s challenges with their innovations.

Padideh Kamali-Zare, the visionary behind groundbreaking microscopy technology, has been honored with the 2023 KTH Innovation Award. She is making her dream come true by contributing to the early detection of brain diseases like Alzheimer's.

Read the article: Early detection of Alzheimer’s thanks to groundbreaking medical technology

Donors to the KTH Innovation Award

KTH Climate Action Centre: Logotype.

A donation for climate action

A donation from the H&M Foundation became a climate center for collaborative and research-focused advance climate mitigation and adaptation in synergy with all the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

The transport attachés visit to KTH

On 29 June, 60 EU transport attachés and Swedish government representatives learned about KTH's research and innovation. The visit was organised by KTH's research platform for transport and took place in connection with the final part of the Swedish EU presidency.