Bachelor's programme in Information and Communication Technology 180 credits
Today’s society is highly dependent on Information and Communication Technology (ICT). This programme aims to meet society’s demands for ICT solutions and prepare a generation of highly skilled specialists in the field. The developments in this area create opportunities for you to utilise the knowledge gained in the programme for either an international career, or higher education.
Information and Communication Technology 180 credits
The programme is taught in English and based on the research carried out at KTH in conjunction with companies. You are involved in the latest research advances and developments in the field, and interact with prominent professors and teachers from all over the world.
The programme features a large proportion of elective courses and allows you to customise your education depending on individual interests, while maintaining a solid scientific basis. You gain a broad range of fundamental knowledge and skills in the core aspects of ICT– mathematics, programming, electronics and computer engineering, and networking. You will also study subjects such as economics, management, and sustainable development. The programme results in a competitive Bachelor’s degree of the highest international standard.
The programme has strong connections to the industry and provides unique opportunities to network and interact with industry contacts beneficial to future careers. It also contains guest lectures and projects that provide a comprehensive understanding of the profession.
The combination of computer, electrical and software engineering, computer science, and communication technology is essential for all
businesses. After graduation, you can work in all industries – from automotive and medical technology, to traditional ICT companies.
Read interviews and find out what students think of the education at KTH or ask questions to a KTH student. They can answer questions about course content, student life at KTH or if you have questions regarding job and career prospects.
* Changes in the programme may occur.