Last edit: 16/11/2016
Eligibility requires a university education of at least 180 credits, a Bachelor of Science in Engineering or a technical Degree of Bachelor within the subject area of Materials Engineering.
Another similar technical or scientific first-cycle education and degree of at least 180 credits within, for example, Engineering Chemistry, Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Physics may also qualify the applicant, provided that relevant courses in mathematics, chemistry, physics, thermodynamics, engineering materials and solid mechanics are included
English skills equivalent to English, course B/6 are required.
The selection process is based on the following criteria: university, credits awarded (e.g. grades, grades in specific subjects and English), motivation for the studies (for instance, letter of motivation, references, courses and relevant professional experience). The assessment of qualifications scale is 1-75.
Otherwise refer to the KTH admission regulations in the KTH regulatory framework, www.kth.se