15 January 2019.
To submit required documents: 1 February.
Every year a limited number of KTH Scholarships are awarded based on academic excellence. Recipients of the KTH Scholarship will have their tuition fee waived for the first and the second year, provided that the study results during the first year are satisfactory
The scholarship is granted primarily on the basis of academic excellence and the nomination process will be undertaken in parallel with the selection process for admission to the programme.
If you are applying to the following joint programmes you must apply for the scholarship here according to the same instructions as for the KTH Scholarship.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
- Master’s Programme in Molecular Techniques in Life Science
- Master’s Programme in Turbomachinery Aeromechanical University Training (THRUST)
ALL WORLD COUNTRIES.
- The scholarship is granted primarily on the basis of academic excellence and the nomination process will be undertaken in parallel with the selection process for admission to the programme.
- Only applicants who fulfil the eligibility requirements of the programme applied for will be considered for a scholarship. After each of the applicants has been assessed in accordance to the selection process for their respective programmes, an overall assessment of all recommended applicants for the KTH Scholarships will be made based on the following criteria:
- The applicant’s grades (GPA or equivalent).
- The ranking of the university where the applicant’s bachelor’s degree was awarded.
- The selection process and the recommendation of the director of the applied master’s programme.
- The applicant’s motivation, relevant work experience and extra-curricular activities.
- To be eligible to apply you must be a tuition-fee paying student and have applied for a master’s programme at KTH as your first priority. Students with a conditional eligibility are eligible to apply for a scholarship. KTH Scholarships are not available for applicants to Erasmus Mundus and EIT master’s programmes.
- The scholarship is applied to the tuition fee at KTH and does not include a cost of living allowance.
First Step: Choose Master programme(s) to apply for.
Second Step: Submit your online application, deadline 15 January. Create an account, select programme(s) and submit your application via University Admissions.
Third Step: Submit your required documents, deadline 1 February.
Your application will be considered incomplete if you do not submit all the required documentation. The general and programme specific documents are listed under ‘Entry requirements’ on each programme page. Please note:
- Most applicants can upload all documents on universityadmissions.se.
- The documentation requirements and academic qualifications may differ between countries.
- No documents should be sent to KTH unless you are instructed to do so.
- The authenticity of your documents may be verified with the issuing institution. Applications made with fraudulent documents will be rejected and legal action may be taken.
- Incomplete applications will not be processed.
Fourth step: Pay the application fee or document your citizenship, deadline 1 February. For non-EU/EEA citizens, an application fee (SEK 900) is required.
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This Scholarship Published by:
” Ola A.Khudhur/IRAQ “
Reviewed by” Ahmed Samy/ Egypt – Alyaa Abdelraouf/ Egypt ”
MARJ3 Scholarships team