KTH Royal Institute of Technology was established in 1827 and has grown to be not only the most prestigious technical university in Sweden, but also one of the top 100 universities in the world.* More than 12,000 full time students and over 1,800 PhD candidates pursue degrees in engineering, technology, and science. To help these students reach their full potential, KTH integrates its four campuses around Stockholm with major companies and innovators in a variety of industries, providing unparalleled opportunities for KTH students. KTH is situated in the very heart of Stockholm, the capital of Sweden and a cultural hub of Scandinavia with over 2 million residents. As the largest city in Scandinavia, it is home to numerous international and Swedish companies that are leading the way in diverse areas such as information systems, consumer technology, and power system engineering. Stockholm is also ideally situated with an empowering balance between metropolitan opportunities and natural landscapes around the city. There truly is something for everyone. You can learn more about what it’s like to study in Sweden at studyinsweden.se.
The KTH Master’s Challenge seeks the brightest minds of India for the opportunity to pursue their master’s degree tuition-free at KTH, one of the world’s premier technical universities located in Stockholm, Sweden. KTH is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world* and has a tradition of research and innovation spanning centuries. Students at KTH are given the resources to not only grow academically, but to develop real world solutions in science and technology. Participants in the KTH Master’s Challenge have the chance to win a full tuition fee scholarship for a Master’s programme within Electric Power Engineering, Engineering Design, Information and Network Engineering, or Turbomachinery Aeromechanical University Training THRUST* worth approximately 2,300,000 INR. Therefore, you can win an opportunity of a lifetime by studying at one of the world’s finest universities for free.
- Information and Network Engineering
- Engineering Design
- Electric Power Engineering
- Turbomachinery Aeromechanical University Training (one year scholarship)
- Indian citizens or legal Indian residents currently enrolled at an Indian university, or recent graduates holding a bachelor's degree from an Indian university (graduating no later than June 2017). N.B. Indian students currently enrolled at KTH are not eligible to participate in the KTH Master's Challenge.
- In order to be able to claim the first prize (scholarship), the winner first needs to fulfill the enrollment requirements set by KTH and the master's programme. The prize winner must be accepted into the master's programme in order to receive the scholarship. Thus, winning the competition does not automatically mean the student is guaranteed a place in the master's programme.
- Winners must abide by the application requirements of KTH.
- All users must provide personal information that is truthful and accurate.
- Sqore reserves the right to exclude users at its sole discretion.
- Only one submission per person is allowed.
Complete the online application form HERE.
November 21, 2016
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