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KTH Joint Programme Scholarship 2024: Eligibility, Application, Selection Process

The KTH Joint Programme Scholarship is offered for master’s students pursuing joint programs at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology. The scholarship program will include only the tuition fee for the study period spent at KTH and will not cover the expenses for living and staying in Sweden.

  • The scholarship program will be given based on merit, together with other professional and extracurricular activities and involvement
  • Applicants can be in their first year or second year of their study in any of the selected joint programs.
  • You must be a fee-paying student and attend one to two semesters of a joint program at KTH.
  • Eligible students must submit their academic transcripts to for consideration.

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KTH Joint Programme Scholarship 2024 – Overview

Name of the OrganizationKTH Royal Institute of Technology
Scholarship TypeCollege-Specific, Merit-Based
Offered byInstitution
Application DeadlineApril 15, 2023
No. of Scholarships
Scholarship AmountVariable
Scholarship RenewabilityYes
International Students EligibleYes
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Eligibility Criteria

You must follow the eligibility requirements for the KTH Joint Programme Scholarship:

You must attend one or two semesters of one of the joint programs at KTH.

Eligible joint degree programs

  • Computer Simulations for Science and Engineering COSSE
  • Decentralized Smart Energy Systems DENSYS (Erasmus+)
  • Innovative Sustainable Energy Engineering (Nordic Five Tech)
  • Management and Engineering of Environment and Energy ME3 (Erasmus+)
  • Polymer Technology (Nordic Five Tech)
  • Security and Cloud Computing SECCLO (Erasmus+)

Application Process

The application process for the KTH Joint Programme Scholarship is as follows:

First-year students at KTH

Students who haven’t applied for admission via must send scanned copies of the following documents to

  • bachelor’s certificates and transcripts and
  • English translations of transcripts (if required)

Second-year students at KTH: 

You will have to send scanned copies of their original transcripts from their first year of studies within the joint program to

Selection Process

The University’s Selection Committee will consider all applications and select worthy candidates based on five criteria below:

  • Applicant’s academic grades (expressed in GPA or equivalent)
    • For KTH double-year students, the previous study within the joint program is considered.
  • Applicant’s work experience, motivation, and extracurricular activities
  • Ranking of applicant’s previous university that awarded UG degree.
  • Applicant’s motivation to contribute to the sustainable development goals with a master’s degree from KTH.


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