Senast ändrad: 2012-11-21
Godkänd: 2012-11-21

The general admission requirements are the same for all programmes General admission requirements (http://www.kth.se/studies/master/application?l=en)

Specific admission requirements

The specific admission requirement for students that apply for the Urban Planning and Design (UPD) specialisation track is a completed Bachelor’s degree in architecture, landscape architecture or urban planning. The previous study should include at least 30 hp in the field of urban design.

The specific admission requirement for students that apply for the Urban and Regional Planning (URP) specialisation track is a completed Bachelor’s degree in architecture or landscape architecture, civil engineering in the built environment or equivalent, urban and regional planning or social sciences relevant to the scope of the specialisation track. The previous study should comprise at least 30 hp in the field of urban, transport or regional planning, national/regional economy, geo­informatics or environmental sciences.

The specific admission requirement for students that apply for the Environment and Planning (EP) specialisation track is a completed Bachelor’s degree in architecture or landscape architecture, civil engineering in the built environment or equivalent, urban and regional planning, social or natural sciences relevant to the scope of the specialisation track. The previous study should comprise at least 30 hp in the field of urban, transport or regional planning, or environmental sciences.

The selection process for the Masters programme Sustainable Urban Planning and Design is based on a total evaluation of the following selection criteria: university, grade point average (GPA), relevant academic courses and motivation letter. Working experience is an advantage but not a requirement. For students with a degree in archi­tecture or landscape architecture, the portfolio is considered in the selection process.

The students are required to be proficient in English, equivalent to English studies at upper secondary level (post-16) in Sweden, called English B. Equivalent knowledge in English can be verified through an internationally recognised test as for example:

  • IELTS (an overall mark of 6.5 and no section below 5.5)
  • TOEFL.