Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan
KTH builds on its strong academic tradition through long-reaching research platforms and expanded international engagements and cooperation.
For over 180 years, KTH has earned a reputation for pioneering research, engineering genius and science on the cutting edge. The largest, oldest and most internationally diverse technical university in Sweden, KTH is also the most prestigious and academically acclaimed, ranked as one of the leading technical universities in Europe.
As long as it has existed, KTH has strived to drive the progression of society by educating tomorrow’s engineers, innovators, scientists and leaders in business and politics. KTH aims to spur technological advancement to combat the global challenge of climate change, a goal that is reflected in its academic emphasis on environment and sustainability.
The schools at KTH offer a variety of courses in engineering and architecture, including a large number of courses and Master’s programmes in English. The university is very internationally minded, with a large proportion of students from all over the world. The growing number of foreign students has become an important element of the development of undergraduate and postgraduate studies. KTH’s main campus is located in Stockholm, within walking distance of almost everything the city has to offer.