A degree from KTH is an investment for life. For the master's programme in Computer Simulations for Science and Engineering, application and tuition fees are required for some students.
Who is required to pay fees?
Citizens of an EU/EEA country or Switzerland are not required to pay an application fee, but do have to pay a tuition fee for the programme. If you are not a citizen of an EU/EEA country or Switzerland you are also required to pay application and tuition fees.
Tuition fee for master's programme in Computer Simulations for Science and Engineering
The full programme tuition fee for non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens studying this programme is € 25,000.
The full programme tuition fee for EU/EEA/Swiss citizens studying this programme is € 4,200
This information is valid for students starting 2016. Updated information is coming.
The coverage includes:
Health insurance, including medical expenses and SOS costs
Household contents insurance as the result of fire, storm or burglary
Personal accident insurance
Legal assistance insurance
Third party insurance for private individuals
Carefully study the terms and conditions in the documents below.
The Insurance provided by OOM Verzekeringen, administered by TU Delft. The policy insurance number is sent to the student after the receipt of payment of the participation cost. The insurance is valid as long as the status as COSSE student remains for a maximum of 26 months. The student is obliged to inform the COSSE administration for deregistration of the Student insurance.
Contact person at TU Delft: Ms. Stefanie van Gentevoort.
The application fee for this programme, and all other programmes applied for through University Admissions, is SEK 900. The fee must be paid before the end of January, since the assessment of the application is dependent on payment of the fee.
The following addtional service apply for fee-paying students, EIT Digital, EIT InnoEnergy and Erasmus Mundus students, and KTH or Swedish Institute scholarship holders starting their studies in 2021:
• Accommodation guaranteed up to 11 months during the first year of studies, • FAS plus comprehensive insurance (Swedish Institute scholarship holders, Erasmus Mundus and EIT Digital students are covered by separate insurance), • a pre-sessional English course during three weeks in August, free of charge.
How to pay the tuition fee
The tuition fee is charged in advance for each semester. You can pay by card or bank transfer. An invoice for the first semester (Autumn 2021) is sent to admitted fee-paying students by email on 13 April. The due date for paying the tuition fee is 31 May. If your payment is not received by this date you might lose your place in the programme.