Master's programme in Information and Network Engineering

We live in an increasingly on-line world, where not only people but also an increasing number of different machines and sensors are connected. Concepts that are becoming more frequent in both mass media and specialised media include the internet of things, smart homes, the smart grid, the digitalization of industry and autonomous vehicles.

Application closed

The application for the programme closed 16 January 2017

16 January 2017: Application deadline
1 February 2017: Deadline for supporting academic documents (all applicants) and documentation of fee exempt status (if required) or receipt of application fee (if required)
24 March 2017: First notification of selection results
12 April 2017: Last date to reply to your offer

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 Electrical Engineering (at KTH)

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

Programme coordinator: 
Cristina La Verde
Phone +46-8-790 7315

Information and Network Engineering at KTH

To maintain and develop the high-tech industry around the world, engineers are needed who can both understand and develop communication solutions as well as having the methods to analyse and process the huge amounts of information that flow in various networks. To an increasing degree, this need will also be felt outside the traditional information and communications technology sector. Examples of such areas are the manufacturing industry, the motor vehicle industry and the new sector of companies based on cloud services.

This programme will prepare you for a future professional role in this area by providing a broad basis and the opportunity of in-depth studies in network technology, information and signal processing, digital communication and multimedia processing.

In addition to the technical aspects of the coursework, there are also many non-technical classes offered, such as project management and leadership, and technical English.



KTH’s close connections with research and industry leaders like Ericsson, Huawei and the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, mean that students will most likely do their thesis in an environment that will benefit a career progression after their degree.

Some students from the programme continue with their education after graduating, with a few percent beginning their octoral studies in Sweden or abroad. A majority of graduates almost always find work in research and development at many of the world’s major manufacturers and operators in the communications field.

Information and Network Engineering will continue to be pivotal in how our societies operate, and KTH will play an important role by providing the talent and creativity for the future.


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

Ashutosh Mittal, KTH student

- Each professor here at KTH adds a degree of ingenuity in the way course is taught.

Meet the students

Faculty and research

The programme in Information and Network Engineering is given by the School of Electrical Engineering at KTH. The field of Electrical and Electronics at KTH is currently ranked 17th in the world by QS (16th in 2015). Faculty from the department in Communication Theory, Communication Network and Signal Processing is teaching courses within this programme. This brand new programme is an extension of former programmes in Wireless System and Network Services and Systems, and covers the areas of  information and media processing, networks and digital communications.

Faculty and research

Changes in the programme may occur.

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