Master's programme in Civil and Architectural Engineering

The programme starts with fundamental courses before moving into advanced-level courses that are often related to real-life projects and the use of state of the art tools for design and modelling. The programme offers two tracks, Civil Engineering and Architectural Engineering.

Application closed

The application for the programme is now closed. Opens again 16 October 2017.

16 October 2017: Application opens
15 January 2018: Application deadline
1 February 2018: Deadline for supporting academic documents (all applicants) and documentation of fee exempt status (if required) or receipt of application fee (if required)
6 April 2018: Notification of selection results

Non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens: The full programme tuition fee is SEK 310,000
Non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens are generally required to pay an application fee of SEK 900.

EU/EEA/Swiss citizens: There are no tuition fees for EU/EEA/Swiss citizens
EU/EEA/Swiss citizens are not required to pay an application fee.

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Degree awarded: Master of Science
Language of instruction: English
Duration: Two years (120 ECTS credits)
Programme start: Late August
Location: KTH Campus, Stockholm
School: School of Architecture and Built Environment (at KTH)

For questions regarding programme content and specific admission requirements, feel free to contact the programme coordinator or lecturer.

Lecturer: Kjartan Gudmundsson, Phone +46-8-790 6590
Programme coordinator: Almir Draganovic, Phone +46-8-790 8026

Civil and Architectural Engineering at KTH

The programme offers the student a wide and attractive selection of courses in civil and architectural engineering with the possibility to acquire in-depth knowledge in a field of choice.The programme starts with fundamental, compulsory courses before moving into elective and more advanced-level courses.The Civil Engineering track is devoted to techniques for designing, constructing and maintaining roads, streets, railway track, bridges and tunnels. The Architectural Engineering track is concerned with the engineering design and analysis of buildings with emphasis on system-level performance and in a life cycle perspective.

The programme ends with a degree project which should relate to an issue within the field, focusing on the investigation and analysis of a problem. The assignment may deal with problems from the industry or issues that are relevant to current research. The student should show their awareness of societal and ethical aspects, including economical and social issues and ecologically sustainable development.

Courses

Career

The building sector has a long-term impact on the built environment and the Civil and Architectural Engineering programme meets a well-recognised need for engineers with the knowledge and ability to design and construct infrastructure, residential housing and workplaces with an optimal technology in terms of economy and environmental impact. This master’s programme will provide its graduates with an internationally required competence, and excellent future value in both research and industry.

The student will be prepared for a professional career as a consultant in the construction industry, as well as in public authorities, such as the road or rail administrations. Furthermore, the students will be able to pursue an academic research career and continue towards a PhD.

Students

Find out what students from the programme think about their time at KTH.

Katarzyna Obuchowska, Poland

"Students who graduate from KTH have way better start into a job market."

Meet the students

Faculty and research

The Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering delivers engineering research and education focused on buildings and infrastructure engineering. The vision for the department is to enable greener, smarter, and more economical buildings and transportation infrastructure through education and the development and application of innovative new scientific knowledge with a systems perspective. All the courses in the master’s programme are given by highly qualified teachers and researchers involved in different research projects.

Faculty and research

Changes in the programme may occur.

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