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Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
Stockholm, Sweden (Exchange Program) (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Sem 1 & Sem 2,
Sem 2 & Sem 1,
Semester 1,
Semester 2
Homepage: Click to visit
Restrictions: UoM applicants only
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Semester 1 2019 27/05/2018 15/08/2018 TBA TBA
Sem 1 & Sem 2 2019 27/05/2018 15/08/2018 TBA TBA
Fact Sheet:
Program Type:
Agreement Type:
Architecture, Building & Planning, Engineering
Graduate, Undergraduate
Language of Instruction:
English (limited classes in some areas), Swedish
Sem 1, 2019
Anticipated Places
4 (Only 1 Architecture Student)
Program Description:

Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)


The Royal Institute of Technology or Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan (KTH) in Stockholm is the largest, oldest and most international of the technical universities in Sweden. No less than one-third of Sweden’s technical research and engineering education capacity at university level is provided by KTH.

Education and research spans from natural sciences to all the branches of engineering and includes architecture, industrial management and urban planning.

It was founded in 1827 since 1917 KTH has been housed in central Stockholm in beautiful buildings which today have historical monument status in various places in the Stockholm surroundings - Haninge, Kista, Södertälje. In Kista, the main Swedish resource centre of information technology, KTH co-operates with Stockholm University, other research centres, and with industry.

Did you know...

...that KTH's earliest Swedish predecessor was the Laboratorium Mechanicum, a collection of mechanical modelling schools for teaching created in 1697 by Christopher Polhem, who is considered to be the father of mechanics in Sweden.