Degree programme students

Moving to a new country is fun and exciting, but also challenging and you may face many questions along the way. At New at KTH you will find information about the steps necessary when preparing your trip to Sweden, as well as information on day-to-day life such as banking and public transportation. Always check these pages for current information regarding the Arrival and Introduction programme, as events and information will be added continuously!

Selection result statuses

There are different statuses that your application can receive in the selection results.

Admitted

Congratulations! You have been offered a place in the programme and you can find all the information you need for your pre-departure preparations here at our New at KTH website.

Reserve

You have not been admitted, but placed on a waiting list. In some rare cases, reserves are offered a place, but chances are slim. If you are offered a place, the programme coordinator will contact you directly–you do not need to contact KTH for any updates. If you are not offered a place this year, you are welcome to apply again next year.

Conditionally admitted

Congratulations! You have been offered a place in the programme, but there are some steps you need to finalise before being officially admitted. You may need to pay the first instalment of the tuition fee if you are a fee-paying student. You may also be in your final year of your bachelor's studies and therefor required to present a degree certificate and final transcripts after arriving at KTH. All details on what you need to do will be provided once the results are published. You can find all information you require for your pre-departure preparations here on our New at KTH website.

If you are required to present your bachelor’s degree you should do so by uploading your original degree certificate/diploma and your official transcript of records in the original language, with an English translation, to your University Admissions account before 31 October 2020. If you are unable to upload your documents before 31 October you will need to contact the KTH Admissions Office  as soon as you have received your documents.

Conditionally placed on reserve

You have not been admitted but placed on a waiting list. In some rare cases, reserves are offered a place, but chances are slim. You do not need to contact KTH for any updates. If you are offered a place, the programme coordinator will contact you directly. If you are not offered a place this year, you are welcome to apply again next year.

Your next step

If you are required to pay tuition fees, an invoice for the first semester is sent by email after the selection results have been published. The deadline for paying the tuition fee for the first semester is stated on the invoice. If the tuition fee is not paid within the deadline, you will lose your place in the programme. The invoice also has to be paid in order to complete your application for a residence permit and your application for housing through KTH Accommodation. After you have paid your tuition fee, start looking into the application for a residence permit  if you are a student from outside the EU/EEA.

It's time to start looking for accommodation. Some groups of students are guaranteed housing through KTH Accommodation , and the application will be open 1-31 May.

Next step is to apply for the KTH Pre-sessional English course . The application will be open 15-31 May.

We offer webinars for newly admitted students  giving you all the information you need and the possibility to ask questions live to KTH students and staff, be sure to check them out.

Programme contact and school reception

Each KTH school offers a mandatory school reception for admitted students. Choose the programme you have been admitted to below for contact details and information about your school reception.

Bachelor's programme

Master's programme