Last edit: 09/04/2014
Approved: 12/09/2014

Structure of the education

Academic year, semesters, study periods can be found in KTH's regulatory framework,


The programme is course-based. Lists of courses are included in Appendix 1: Course list

Grading system

Courses in the first and the second cycle are graded on a scale from A to F. A-E are passing grades, A is the highest grade. The grades pass (P) and fail (F) are used for courses under certain circumstances.

Conditions for participation in the programme

When the autumn semester (HT) starts, semester registration is done in connection with the enrolment to the program. Course registration, on the other hand, is made by the student via the “personal menu” in

When the spring semester (VT) starts, the student is expected to carry out both semester registration and course registrations via the “personal menu” in .

The student must accomplish minimum 10 ECTS credits during the autumn semester to be permitted to attend the courses in the spring semester.

Recognition of previous academic studies

Students may apply to include credit results from course/courses at other higher education institution/university within or outside of the country. Registration form can be found on KTH's website.

KTH's policy for inclusion can be found in full in KTH's regulatory framework,

Studies abroad

Students on the program have the possibility to carry out the degree project abroad.

Degree project

  • The degree project comprises 15 ECTS credits. At least 30 ECTS credits must be completed before start, and when final grade exists in relevant courses that concern the contents of the degree project
  • It may start after  the assignment has been approved by the examiner
  • It is based on the knowledge that has been acquired during the studies and should normally be carried out during the spring semester
  • It should constitute proof of an independent work comprising theoretical and/or experimental work with accompanying report writing and oral presentation
  • The supervisor is appointed by the examiner

KTH's rules for degree projects can be found in KTH's regulatory framework, .


In order to graduate Degree of Master (One Year) in Applied Logistics the student must be approved in every course that is included in the student's study plan. The study plan consists of the compulsory courses that the student has attended to and the degree project. The study plan should comprise at least 60 ECTS credits.

KTH's local degree ordinance can be found in KTH's regulatory framework,