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Study In Sweden: Empowering International Students

Study In Sweden:Study In Sweden: Empowering International Students

Overview:

KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden invites outstanding students to apply for the KTH Scholarships, an annual initiative recognizing academic excellence. These scholarships are dedicated to individuals who must pay tuition fees and have selected a Master’s program at KTH as their primary choice. The institution also offers various other scholarships.

Programs and Eligibility:

The scholarships are applicable to all programs except joint Erasmus+, EIT Digital, EIT InnoEnergy, EIT Urban Mobility, Nordic Five Tech programs, and the joint program Computer Simulations for Science and Engineering.

Number of Scholarships:

In 2023, 8% of scholarship applicants admitted to a program were nominated for the KTH Scholarship, comprising 55 out of 677 students.

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Target Group:

Citizens from non-EU/EEA/EFTA countries are eligible to apply.

Value and Duration:

The KTH Scholarship covers tuition fees for the first and second years, subject to satisfactory study results in the initial year. However, it does not include living costs.

Application Process:

To be eligible, applicants must be required to pay tuition fees and have chosen a Master’s program at KTH as their primary preference. Students with conditional eligibility can also apply for the scholarship.

The selection is primarily based on academic excellence, with the nomination process aligning with the admission selection.

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Interested students should apply for admissions to an eligible Master’s program at KTH through the online portal at www.universityadmissions.se. The application deadline is 15 January 2024 (midnight CET).

For comprehensive details on the application process, refer to the “how to apply” page on the official scholarship website: KTH Scholarship.

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