Win scholarships for a Master’s degree from KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden.
The KTH Master's Challenge deadline has now passed. The applications are being screened and the top three finalists from each programme will be announced on December 19.
Application to KTH through universityadmissions.se is one of the required steps in KTH Master’s Challenge.
Yes. If you would like to participate in KTH Master’s Challenge, you need to follow a separate timeline and submit your full application to KTH through universityadmissions.se by November 21, 2017.
No. If you are selected as one of the three winners, competition organizers will arrange the payment of your application fee. If you are not selected as a winner, but wish to pursue your application to KTH, you will need to pay your application fee yourself by February 1, 2018.
November 21, 2017 is the last day to register and complete all steps of the KTH Master’s Challenge.
Official admissions results will be posted on universityadmissions.se in late March 2018.
The three competition winners will be revealed during the official Award Ceremony in January 2018. Detailed information will be provided.
If you have been accepted, absolutely! Keep in mind that you will still be responsible for all fees associated with the cost of attending KTH. However, there may be other scholarships available. You can learn more here.
No, this scholarship is only valid at KTH.
The tuition waivers only apply to the participating programmes listed on this website and cannot be used for other programmes.
The Swedish university admissions site asked you to rank the programmes you applied for by preference. If your application to KTH was deleted, it may be because you were accepted to another university whose programme you ranked higher. If the programme(s) at KTH were your highest ranked preference(s), then you were not admitted to KTH and your application moved to the next highest ranked programme at another university.
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The submissions will be judged following the competition deadline of November 21, 2017.
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