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Number of spots: 2 semester spots for Vehicle Engineering, 4 semester spots for ITM, 2 full year spots or 4 semester spots in Civil Engineering Grade requirements: None
New exchange agreement within the subject area civil engineering.
This university/exchange agreement is mainly suitable for students studying at the Master’s Programmes in Civil and Architectural Engineering and Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Infrastructure. You have to take at least 40 out of 60 credits at the Department of Civil Engineering. It is also possible to take courses at other departments. Please note that many of the courses offered will be running throughout the whole academic year, so investigate the courses carefully.
Please observe that exchange students are supposed to take courses from the 4-year bachelor's degree (and not from the master's programmes).
Best to go year three in the degree programme in Vehicle Engineering.
It is also suitable for master students in Aerospace and Engineering Mechanics (but their master's programmes are smaller than at KTH).
As an exchange student you cannot choose courses from their Economy and Management School.