International Profile (INT)

The programme of studies for the masters degree in computer engineering with an international profile begins with the compulsory courses in study years 1-2, and courses in the language choosen. In study year 3 compulsory courses and courses in the language choosen are taken. In study year 4 students take one of information technology specializations. Students who have chosen French, Spanish or German take additional language courses, those who opted for Japanese or Chinese take elective courses. In the fall semester of study year 5 students who have chosen Japanese or Chinese take language courses and those who opted for French, Spanish or German take elective courses. The programme ends in the spring semester in study year 5 with a degree project of 30 credits. Students are given the opportunity to relocate two semesters of study abroad to one of the KTH partner universities in the chosen language. The studies abroad should be done during study years 4–5. The international focus is special because language courses start already in study year 1 and are then taken throughout the education. Students take a total of 60 credits in Japanese or Chinese or 40 credits in one of the languages French, Spanish or German. Two courses taken by students on the normal Computer Science and Engineering program are not taken by students on the international profile: Communications in engineering and a conditionally elective course.

International Profile, Japanese (JAP)

The programme of studies for the masters degree in computer engineering with an international profile begins with the compulsory courses in study years 1-2, and courses in the language choosen. In study year 3 compulsory courses and courses in the language choosen are taken. In study year 4 students take one of information technology specializations. Students who have chosen French, Spanish or German take additional language courses, those who opted for Japanese or Chinese take elective courses. In the fall semester of study year 5 students who have chosen Japanese or Chinese take language courses and those who opted for French, Spanish or German take elective courses. The programme ends in the spring semester in study year 5 with a degree project of 30 credits. Students are given the opportunity to relocate two semesters of study abroad to one of the KTH partner universities in the chosen language. The studies abroad should be done during study years 4–5. The international focus is special because language courses start already in study year 1 and are then taken throughout the education. Students take a total of 60 credits in Japanese or Chinese or 40 credits in one of the languages French, Spanish or German. Two courses taken by students on the normal Computer Science and Engineering program are not taken by students on the international profile: Communications in engineering and a conditionally elective course.

International Profile, Chinese (KIN)

The programme of studies for the masters degree in computer engineering with an international profile begins with the compulsory courses in study years 1-2, and courses in the language choosen. In study year 3 compulsory courses and courses in the language choosen are taken. In study year 4 students take one of information technology specializations. Students who have chosen French, Spanish or German take additional language courses, those who opted for Japanese or Chinese take elective courses. In the fall semester of study year 5 students who have chosen Japanese or Chinese take language courses and those who opted for French, Spanish or German take elective courses. The programme ends in the spring semester in study year 5 with a degree project of 30 credits. Students are given the opportunity to relocate two semesters of study abroad to one of the KTH partner universities in the chosen language. The studies abroad should be done during study years 4–5. The international focus is special because language courses start already in study year 1 and are then taken throughout the education. Students take a total of 60 credits in Japanese or Chinese or 40 credits in one of the languages French, Spanish or German. Two courses taken by students on the normal Computer Science and Engineering program are not taken by students on the international profile: Communications in engineering and a conditionally elective course.