Last edit: 07/01/2010
Basic eligibility for the second level according to KTH’s admission policy (the KTH handbook, part 2, page 11.5) Special eligibility requirements:A Bachelor degree in physics, material science, chemistry or equivalent degree. Passing courses in mathematics corresponding to at least 30 higher education credits, and passing courses in physics corresponding to 60 higher education credits. The mathematics courses should include courses in vectors and Fourier-analysis, probability distribution functions and partial differential equations. Selection:The selection process is based on the combination of factors: the home university’s quality, grades, undergraduate courses’ relevance for the programme, and, with less weight, work experience and references.