How to apply for master's studies
Master's studies at KTH start in August each year. The application for studies beginning in 2024 is closed. The application for studies starting in 2025 opens in mid-October. You apply through University Admissions, the Swedish national application system. Some joint programmes have a later application deadline.
1. Choose your programmes
Explore our 63 master's programmes and find one or more programmes that fit your interests. On the programme pages, you can find detailed information about each programme: the courses, career opportunities, sustainability focus, and interviews with students and graduates. If you find it hard to choose, you can also connect with a student from the programme.
2. Check the admission requirements
You can find the admission requirements for the programmes you want to apply to on the programme pages. There are both general and programme specific requirements. As the number of places for each programme is limited, and admission is highly competitive, meeting the admission requirements is a must for admission. If you think you have the background to meet the requirements, you are ready to start your application.
3. Submit your application by 15 January
You apply through University Admissions, the Swedish national application system. Create an account and select your programmes. You can select up to four programmes and rank them in your order of priority.
4. Submit your required documents by 1 February
Submit all required documents to your application at University Admissions by 1 February. We recommend that you submit your documents as soon as you have them ready and pay the application fee (if required). Early submission increases your chance of getting feedback if something is missing or incomplete. You can find instructions on how to submit your documents and how documentation requirements may differ between countries at University Admissions .
The required documents for each programme is listed on the page for Entry requirements .
5. Pay the application fee by 1 February
If you are not an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen, you have to pay an application fee of SEK 900. There are no application fee waivers. You can pay the fee directly on the University Admission website. If you are not required to pay the fee, you need to prove your citizenship with, for example, a copy of your passport.
6. Check the admission results on 21 March
The admission results are posted in your account at University Admissions on 21 March. You do not need to reply to your offer. If you are admitted, we will contact you and prepare you for your arrival in Stockholm.