KTH is Sweden’s largest and most prestigious technical university. The university has a rich history of pioneering ideas and innovation that dates back to 1827. KTH’s global reputation for excellence attracts students from all over the world. The university offers a range of study options for international students seeking world-class education within science and technology.
KTH offers around 60 master’s programmes taught in English. The programmes present an opportunity for students with a bachelor’s degree or equivalent to obtain a master's degree. KTH also offers around 15 joint master’s programmes given in collaboration with other prominent technical universities.
KTH offers one bachelor’s programme taught in English. The programme corresponds to three years of full time studies and after graduation students can proceed to a working career or continue to study a master's programme.
Each year KTH welcomes students from around 220 exchange partner universities across the world. Depending on their subject area exchange students make an individual course selection, with more than 1000 master's level courses in English to choose from, or study a set study plan.
KTH offers students with a master’s degree or equivalent the opportunity to complete a doctoral degree (PhD). Being the largest and highest ranked technical university in Sweden, KTH provides excellent conditions for its 2,000 doctoral students.