مرحله اول اخذ پذیرش:

بررسی مدارک تحصیلی شما

مرحله دوم اخذ پذیرش:

انتخاب رشته و دانشگاه شما

مرحله سوم اخذ پذیرش:

عقد قرارداد با مای زیما و استراحت

مرحله چهارم اخذ پذیرش:

بستن چمدان و پرواز به ایتالیا

بهترین سال زندگیتون مبارک

 

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KTH University-Bachelor

Information and Communication Technology

 

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Application

16 January 2017: Application deadline
1 February 2017: Deadline for receipt of application fee (if required) or documentation of fee exempt status
1 February 2017: Deadline for receipt of supporting academic documents
31 March 2017: First notification of selection results
19 April 2017: Last date to reply to your offer
26 April 2017: Second notification of selection results

Tuition Fees

Non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens: The full programme tuition fee is SEK 366 000
Non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens are generally required to pay an application fee of SEK 900.

EU/EEA/Swiss citizens: There are no tuition fees for EU/EEA/Swiss citizens
EU/EEA/Swiss citizens are not required to pay an application fee.

Entry Requirment

Duration: Three years (180 ECTS)

For Information and Communication Technology, 180 ECTS, with English as the language of instruction, the requirements are:

  • A completed upper secondary education including documented proficiency in English corresponding to English 6.
    Information concerning how to document this is available at Universityadmissions.se
  • Documented knowledge in Mathematics and Physics corresponding to Mathematics 4 (advanced level of mathematics) and Physics 2 (advanced level of physics). In each of the subjects, applicants must have at least a passing grade.

For this programme, exemption is given from requirements in the Swedish language.

The courses in English, Mathematics and Physics mentioned above correspond to the course structure in Swedish upper secondary school. The levels of Mathematics and Physics corresponding to the content of these courses are an indication of the levels needed in order to be eligible for the programme. However, which level and course needed in Mathematics and Physics in order to fulfill the eligibility requirements depends on the country of educational background. All applications will be evaluated individually and according to country specific requirements.

Please note that all documents proving eligibility must reach Universityadmissions.se on the set deadline. There will be no conditional admittance för applicants in their final year of Upper Secondary School.

More Information To the programme description, Information and Communication Technology

 

KTH University-Master

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Materials Science and Engineering

 

 

 

KTH University-Doctoral

1- Doctor of Philosophy (four years of full-time study)

2- Licentiate of Engineering (possible intermediate degree; two years of full-time study)

 

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Application Prospective doctoral students apply for vacant positions, which are announced five times a year: in February, April, June, September and December.
Tuition Fees Free
Entry Requirment

General entry requirements

The general entry requirements are met by those who have:

  • a degree at the advanced level (master's/second cycle), or
  • fulfilled course requirements corresponding to at least 240 credits, of which a minimum of 60 credits are at the advanced level (master's/second cycle) or
  • otherwise acquired largely equivalent knowledge

KTH may exempt an individual applicant from the general entry requirements if there is an extraordinary reason to do so.

 

Special entry requirements

The special requirements may relate to:

  • knowledge from higher education or equivalent studies
  • special professional or vocational experience
  • necessary language skills or other conditions determined by the programme, subject or project

 

Language requirements

Students should have the necessary skills in English to enable them to follow courses, cope with compulsory literature, manage everyday communication within the working environment and defend a thesis in English. Requirements regarding skills in the Swedish language may also be imposed.

 

Assessment of entry requirements

Entry requirements and prospective students' suitability are assessed at each school by the school's director of doctoral studies.

Foreign Higher Education studies

In most cases, studies that meet the general entry requirements for doctoral (PhD/third cycle) studies in the country where the degree is issued will also meet the general entry requirements for doctoral studies at KTH. If you are unsure about the status of your education, you may contact the Swedish Council for Higher Education for an evaluation.

Assessment of equivalence

The assessment of equivalence determines whether an applicant's knowledge – acquired in another system – is equivalent to the basic higher education studies that are normally required for the doctoral subject in question.

Exemption from the general entry requirements

An exemption from the general entry requirements may be granted to an applicant who has not completed courses corresponding to 240 credits but who has already completed advanced (master's/second cycle) courses corresponding to a minimum of 60 credits, as well as an independent degree project linked to the intended subject of study.

Assessment of suitability

Applicants are judged suitable for doctoral studies if they possess the necessary maturity, judgement and capacity for independent critical analysis.

 

Selection

Candidate(s) will be selected from among the applicants who fulfil the requirements for doctoral studies. The results of studies at an advanced (master's) level or in the form of independent work are of particular interest in this context, as is the candidate's ability to benefit from the studies (suitability).

The selection process is handled by each school and the final decision is made by the dean of the school, in consultation with the intended supervisor(s).

 

Admission

The admission process is conducted at the school-level.

Doctoral studies may lead to two qualifications, a licentiate and/or a doctoral degree. Those accepted to studies leading to a doctoral degree may take a licentiate degree as an intermediate stage in their studies. Students accepted to studies leading to a licentiate degree who subsequently wish to pursue studies leading to a doctoral degree must submit a new application and are not guaranteed admission.

More Information https://www.kth.se/en/studies/phd/admission-requirements-1.520175

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