Senast ändrad: 2010-03-04
The programme begins with a common course packet which gives a solid base for the four specialisations – Power Production, Energy Usage, Nuclear Power Safety, and Solar Energy – which is given mainly during the second term. The third term consists of extended studies within the energy area with a research preparation perspective. The programme is concluded with a degree project during the last term.
Study years, terms, and study period descriptions can be found in the KTH-Handbook.
Utbildningen sker i kursform. Kurslistor finns i Bilaga 1: Kurslista
För kurser på KTH används en sjugradig målrelaterad betygsskala A-F som slutbetyg för kurser på grundnivå och avancerad nivå. A-E är godkända betyg med A som högsta betyg. Betygen godkänd (P) och underkänd (F) används som slutbetyg då särskilda skäl föreligger.
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A condition in order to be able to participate in the studies is that the student must enrol for the next termevery spring and fall. This is done via “Mina Sidor” on KTH’s website between November 1st and 15th and between May 1st and 15th.
With the enrolment, the student has submitted their intention of studying and participating in the programme.Only after that is it possible for the student to:
- register for courses
- register for the term
- get results
Certain opportunities to take optional courses exist. The selection is done on “Mina Sidor” on KTH’s website in the same manner as the term enrolment.
Conditions for participation in the programme
For studies in study year 2:
At least 45 higher education credits from study year 1 must be completed by the exam period in August. Students which have not fulfilled this requirement must consult with the study counsellor and set up an individual study plan. The main goal with the study plan is that the student should complete the remaining elements during the next study year. In the study plan, the remaining elements and also suitable courses from the next study year are included. Special regard should be taken to the courses’ prerequisites.
The selection of specialisation is carried out in the form of the course selection before the second term starts. There is no limitation to the number of places available.
The student has the possibility to apply to receive credit from courses taken at another university/higher education institution both in Sweden and from abroad. The application can be found on KTH’s website.
KTH’s policy for recognition of previous academic studies can be found entirely in the KTH-Handbook.
Students in this programme have no possibility to study abroad.
KTH’s rules for the degree project for the Master’s degree with specialisation can be found in the KTHHandbook.
Generally, the degree project work can be started only after a large portion of the studies have been completed.
KTH’s rules for the degree project can be found in the KTH-Handbook
KTH-Handbok 2, page 15.5
In order to graduate with the Degree of Master of Science (Two Years) within the main area Machine Engineering, a passing grade must be achieved in all courses which are in the student’s study plan. The study plan must constitute 120 higher education credits including a degree project consisting of 30 higher education credits.
KTH’s local degree ordinance can be found in the KTH-Handbook.