KTH Scholarships Program for Autumn 2021 in Sweden: (Deadline 15 January 2021)
KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden calls applications for KTH Scholarships Program for studies starting in Autumn 2021 to study in Sweden. Each year around 30 newly admitted students are awarded the scholarship. The scholarship programme has a focus on academic excellence and sustainable development, encouraging students to contribute to a more sustainable society.
The KTH Scholarship covers the tuition fee at KTH for the first and the second year; provided that the study results during the first year are satisfactory. The scholarship does not include living costs.
- To be eligible for the scholarship, applicants must be a fee-paying student and have applied for a master’s programme at KTH as your first priority.
- Students with conditional eligibility also qualify for the scholarship.
- KTH Scholarships are not available for applicants to Erasmus Mundus and EIT programmes.
Sustainable development is an integral part of KTH’s operations and spirit. During your time at KTH you will acquire the tools to move society in a more sustainable direction. As a consequence, scholarship applicants should describe how they intend to contribute to sustainable development with a master’s degree from KTH.
The KTH Scholarships Program for Autumn 2021 in Sweden is awarded primarily on the basis of academic excellence and the selection process is undertaken in parallel with the admissions process. Only applicants who fulfil the admission requirements of the programme applied for are eligible for a scholarship
Selection Committee will access the applications on the following criteria
- Grades (GPA or equivalent) of applicants.
- The ranking of the university that awarded the applicant’s bachelor’s degree.
- The applicant’s motivation, relevant work experience and extra-curricular activities.
- The applicant’s motivation about how they will contribute to the sustainable development goals with a master’s degree from KTH.
Applicants for the master’s programme in Molecular Techniques in Life Science and the master’s programme in Turbomachinery Aeromechanical University Training (THRUST) should apply for the KTH Scholarship, not the KTH Joint Programme Scholarship.