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Double master’s degree

Exchange studies for a double master's degree is an opportunity for master's students at KTH to study one or two semesters of their programme at a partner university and receive master's degrees from both KTH and the partner institution.

1. Find out when an exchange for a double master's degree is suitable

In most cases, you spend the first year of the master's programme at KTH, followed by one term or a year at a partner university. In order to be eligible you must be a student on a master's programme offering exchange for double master's degree and have passed all mandatory courses. The international coordinator associated with your programme will help you find an exchange option that suits you.

International coordinators

2. Examine potential exchange universities

The exchange for double master's degree is done with a number of selected universities through special agreements that differ depending on which master's programme you are admitted to.

Exchange universities for double master's degree

3. Prepare your language

In order to manage you studies abroad, you may need to improve your language skills. KTH has a wide range of credit-giving language courses, language partner programmes and language cafes we recommend you take part of.

Language courses, language partner programmes and language cafes

4. Complete an application

The application for exchange for a double master's degree is done in the same order as regular exchange studies. The application deadline for an exchange starting the upcoming academic year is December 15.

Application for an exchange for double master's degree

5. Nomination and preparation

As soon as the exchange spots are allocated, we will notify you if you are nominated for exchange studies. Your international coordinator will contact you and give you advise on how to prepare for your studies at the exchange university.

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