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.
Number of spots: Approx. 4 semester spots per academic year Grade requirements: A minimum of 4 (on KTH scale of 5). French equivalent to level B2. Grade requirements International Thematic Clusters in Engineering, courses in English: 3.2
Master’s Programme, Civil and Architectural Engineering
This university offers courses that are relevant for your programme.
Master’s Programmes: Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Infrastructure, Transport and Geoinformation Technology
This university offers relevant courses for your programme, but you should also be prepared to take elective courses.
Master’s Programme, Real Estate and Construction Management
This university does not offer courses that are relevant for you programme.
Master’s Programme, Sustainable Technology
This university offers relevant courses in Environmental Engineering. No student from you programme has been on exchange at this university before. Please investigate the courses offered carefully.
Master’s Programme, Sustainable Urban Planning and Design
No student from you programme has been on exchange at this university before. Please investigate the courses offered carefully.
Agreement: Shared between all schools at KTH
Recommended for all our programmes, provided that you have the required level of French. You can find more information about programmes and courses that are available on this link:
All program students at the EECS-school can apply if suitable courses is found for their study program
Please note, if you are a student on bachelor level and want to study courses in English you are not recommended to apply to this univeristy. Their course offering in english on bachelor level are very limited.
Please visit the partner university's webpage for the latest information and contact your International Coordinator for further guidance.