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School of Engineering Sciences collaborate with the surrounding community by industry, public sector, other organizations and students in primary and secondary education.


Stockholm Mathematics Centre

The Stockholm Mathematics Centre is a collaboration between the mathematics departments at KTH and Stockholm University. The activities include a master program in mathematics, a colloquium and activities for secondary school students.

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Vetenskapens Hus

Vetenskapens Hus is a major investment done by KTH and Stockholm University to attract interested students to technology-based education. Turn to KTH if you want to visit KTH one day for example to experiment i one of the labs.

Lägg till vilka forskaragrupper från SCI som är aktiva där

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Open house at KTH

In March, KTH organizes Öppet Hus, where interested high-school students and their parents have the opportunity to visit KTH. At Öppet Hus you can take guided tours, meet student counselors and meet students who read the programs you are interested in.

Take a chance and learn more about the School of Engineering Science's Master of Science programs:

Teknisk Fysik (Engineering Physics) - only in Swedish

Teknisk matematik (Engineering mathematics) - only in Swedish

Farkostteknik (Vehicle Engineering) - only in Swedish

Öppen ingång (Open Entrance) - only in Swedish


KTH and the School of Engineering Sciences collaborate with a number of internationally renowned universities to offer graduate engineering students a double degree. An opportunity that allows the student to take an academic and social step towards a possible international career.

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For a while, our school and KTH collaborate with TU Delft University, TU Berlin, through the Master's programme in Computer Simulations for Science and Engineering (COSSE).

Read more about Computer Simulations for Science and Engineering

The School of Engineering Sciences, together with universities such as Osaka University and University of Toronto, is a member of the International Engineering Science Consortium (IESC) to promote exchanges of technology science experience between universities.

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Degree project

KTH’s students end their studies with a degree project. The degree project gives the students an opportunity to apply their knowledge in the real life outside the academia world. The degree project is ten 10-20 weeks and is supervised by KTH in collaboration with the involved organisation. It can be started both during the spring and fall term. The examination is managed by KTH.
Does your organization have a problem for one of our students to solve? In order to reach our students advertise the degree project in .

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KTH works continuously with maintaining and initiating relationships with our alumni. This is done through reunions, alumni days, events and the award Alumnus of the year.


Competence centres

At the School of Engineering Sciences, competence centres are stationed so that we can establish close collaboration with other universities and external parties in the business and public sectors.

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Staff mobility , when staff are moving between KTH and the outside world, is an important part of the KTH model for collaboration. At the school there are currently five adjunct professors, four affiliated professors, four visiting professors and twelve affiliated faculty. See the list below.

Co-operation at KTH

KTH is in close co-operation with several large companies and organizations in the region. Partnerships, projects, alumni and supply of competence are some of the ways KTH is working with co-operation.

Co-operation at KTH

Are you interested in co-operating with KTH?

Contact KTH's unit for co-operation

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Last changed: Jan 05, 2021