Last edit: 14/09/2012
General admission requirements
A completed Bachelor's degree - corresponding to a Swedish Bachelor's degree (180 higher education credits), or equivalent academic qualifications from an internationally recognized university.
For more information, seehttp://www.kth.se/studies/master/admission?l=en_UK
Language requirements – applicants must proof their proficiency in English, which is most commonly established through an internationally recognized test.
For more information, see
Documentation – for detailed information about list of required documents, see
“Admission requirements and selection” http://www.kth.se/studies/master/admission?l=en_UK
Specific admission requirements
In order to be admitted to the Macromolecular Materials programme, a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry or closely related subject, of 180 higher education credits, including the following is required:
- Courses in chemistry or closely related subject for at least 75 higher education credits.
- Basic knowledge in mathematics for at least 20 higher education credits.
- Basic knowledge in numerical analysis/computer science for at least 9 higher education credits.
For more information, see Study at KTH, Master´s programmes at KTH, “Admission requirements”.
The selection process for the Macromolecular Materials programmes based on a total evaluation of the following selection criteria: university, grade point average (GPA), course work related to the programme, motivation letter and relevant work experience, references and English proficiency.
Complete information on the eligibility requirements can be found in the local admission policy of KTH, see: