An exciting opportunity has opened up between Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham and KTH – Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, enabling academically excellent Engineering students to earn a B.Tech and an MS in 5 years. KTH is one of Europe's leading technical universities, garnering international recognition in the fields of technology and the natural sciences. Located in Stockholm, Sweden, KTH is one of Scandinavia's largest institutions of higher education, providing educational programs leading to a Bachelors, Masters, or PhD degree in engineering, science, or architecture. KTH is known for its emphasis on conducting research at the international level and gives great value to collaborative research projects carried out in conjunction with experts, researchers, and students from abroad. In addition, KTH has extensive educational exchange programs with universities in Europe, the U.S., Australia, and increasingly, in Asia.
Selected Amrita students will complete their first three years at Amrita and the next two years at KTH. After five years students will be awarded a Bachelors degree in Engineering from Amrita and a Masters degree from KTH in one of the following specializations: Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE), Electronics and Communications Engineering (ECE), Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering(EIE), Computer Science and Engineering (CSE).
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The 4+1 program provides students a platform to complete their B.Tech and M.S. degrees in just 5 years. Under the Integrated Masters Program (also called the University of New Mexico Global Engineering Scholars Program), students can complete their four year B.Tech program at Amrita and then complete their one year Masters degree at the University of New Mexico (UNM), USA. Students will subsequently be awarded a B.Tech from Amrita and an M.S. from UNM. During the Masters program, students can specialize in the following areas: Mechanical, Chemical, Civil, Construction, Computer Science, Biological, Nuclear, Aerospace, Electrical, Electronics, and Computer Engineering.