The tuition fee will be charged in advance for each semester (30 ECTS credits for full-time studies). The tuition fee is based on price per credit. This means that your tuition fee will increase if you take more than 30 ECTS credits per semester.
An invoice for the first semester is sent, by email, after the notification of selection results have been published. The deadline for paying the tuition fee for the first semester is 31 May 2019. If the tuition fee is not paid within the deadline, you will lose your place in the programme.
If you are accepted to KTH and receive an invoice but wish to decline the offer, please notify the programme coordinator and send a copy to the email address stated on the invoice. Note that admission to KTH is conditional until the first tuition fee payment has been received.
Paying by card
If you are paying by card, follow the instructions on the invoice. We only accept card payments via Visa or MasterCard. For identification purposes, state the invoice and customer number when paying.
Paying by bank transfer
If you are paying by bank transfer, follow the instructions below.
- Inform your bank that you wish to transfer the sum stated on the invoice. The bank details can be found at the bottom of the invoice.
- Inform your bank that the payment must be received by KTH by 31 May, 2019.
- It is important the invoice number is included in the payment. This is your personal reference number and without this number we cannot 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 queries regarding your payment please use the contact details stated on the invoice.
Has my payment been received?
If you pay through a bank transfer, you can check yourself on Pay.kth.se. You log in with the invoice number and your customer number (both found on your invoice) and you can check yourself when the invoice has been registered as “closed”, which means it has been paid. If you do not see it as closed by this time next week, please contact us “with your payment receipt” and we will double check.
Payment and repayment of fees to/from Iran
Due to international regulations, it is currently not allowed for Swedish universities to pay money to Iran. You should be aware of this already when you make a payment, and be careful about which account you choose to make the payment from. A reimbursement is always made to the same account as the payment was originally made from. Consequently, we recommend that you choose a payment method that works also if a refund must be made.