Payment of tuition fees
If you need to pay tuition fees, you will receive an email with an invoice and details regarding payment. Follow the instructions and make sure to pay the tuition fee by the due date stated on the invoice.
Payment before each semester
If you need to pay tuition fees, you will receive an email with an invoice and details regarding payment. The tuition fee is charged in advance for each semester.
Paying for the first semester
KTH's Finance Office will send out the invoice on 11 April, and the payment due date is 31 May. If you have not paid by the due date, we will send you a new invoice with the payment due date of 13 June. If the payment has not reached KTH by that date, you will lose your place in the programme.
Please be sure to decline your offer if you decide not to study the programme at KTH. You can do this at Universityadmissions.se. Log in to your account, go to Applications and follow the instructions. Please also notify your programme coordinator and firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
Paying for ongoing studies
KTH's Finance Office will send out the invoice on 26 April, and the payment due date is 31 May. If you have not paid by the due date, we will send you a new invoice with the payment due date of 13 June. If the payment has not reached KTH by that date, a decision regarding suspension will be taken, entered into force immediately and remain in force until full payment is made.
Paying by card
We highly recommend that you pay your invoice by using the portal pay.kth.se. We accept Visa and MasterCard. Follow the instructions in the portal and make sure to state your invoice number and customer number found at the top of the invoice. You will receive a confirmation on the screen as soon as you have completed the payment.
Paying by bank transfer
If you pay by bank transfer, follow these instructions.
- Inform your bank that you wish to transfer the sum stated on your invoice to the bank account stated on the invoice.
- Inform your bank that KTH must receive the payment by the due date stated on your invoice.
- You need to make sure that the payment states your invoice number. We need the invoice number to match the payment to your student record.
- Note that we receive the funds in Swedish kronor and that you are responsible for paying all fees associated with this transfer.
Paying with your Swedish bank account by Plusgiro
If you are paying with your Swedish bank account by Plusgiro, you must indicate the invoice number (OCR) stated on the invoice. If you have questions regarding your payment, please use the contact details on the invoice.
Has my payment been received?
If you pay by bank transfer, you can check your payment status at pay.kth.se. Log in using your invoice number and customer number stated on your invoice. If the invoice is registered as closed, your payment has been received. If it is not registered as closed one week after your payment by bank transfer, please contact email@example.com with your payment receipt.
You will receive a receipt by email 1-2 weeks after KTH has received the payment.
Payment and repayment of fees to and from Belarus, Iran and Russia
Due to international regulations, KTH is not allowed to conduct monetary transactions with Belarus, Iran and Russia. You should be aware of this when you make a payment and be careful which account you choose to make the payment from. Reimbursement is always made to the same account from which the payment originated. Consequently, we recommend selecting a payment method that works if a refund must be made.
Reimbursement for newly admitted students (autumn 2022)
If the request for reimbursement reaches KTH by the invoice due date, we can provide full reimbursement. If the request reaches KTH after the invoice due date but before the start of the semester, we can reimburse 85 % of the tuition fee. In this case, full reimbursement is possible only if extenuating circumstances exist. If the request arrives after the start of the semester, reimbursement is only possible if extenuating circumstances exist.
Reimbursement for ongoing studies
The tuition fee of the upcoming or ongoing semester can be reimbursed if extenuating circumstances exist. If the semester is ongoing, you can be reimbursed a sum equal to the remaining ECTS credits of the semester. For upcoming semesters, a full reimbursement excluding transaction fees, is possible.
Extenuating circumstances are occurrences beyond the student's control that prevent them from starting or continuing their studies, for example, severe illness or death of the student, the student's partner or member of the immediate family.
Change of fee status
If your fee status changes and you have already paid your tuition fee for an upcoming semester, reimbursement is possible until the start of the semester. If your fee status changes during the semester, reimbursement for that ongoing semester is impossible.
How to request reimbursement
You must send a written request for reimbursement, including supporting documentation certifying the extenuating circumstances, to firstname.lastname@example.org for assessment. The university director decides on reimbursement. We can only refund the payment to the same bank account from which it originated.