Amrita Center for International Programs(ACIP) is happy to announce the KTH 3+2 Program for the Academic Year 2020.

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.

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)
  • Mechanical Engineering (MEC)
  • Chemical Engineering (CHE)

Important points to note:

Final Admission decision rests with KTH. KTH prefers that students maintain at least an 8.0 CGPA. Amrita University will nominate selected students to KTH. Limited scholarships are available - please see KTH website for details. Application fee of SEK 900 (non-refundable) has to be paid for online application. Students should make sure that they apply for relevant Masters Program as listed below. Application to the wrong Masters Program may result in cancellation of application.

Important Note - We strongly recommend that students who are selected to go to any foreign university do not make non refundable travel arrangements until they have actually received their visa.

FAQ - Program Costs, Credit Transfer and Course Mapping - for Students

In Order to Apply for KTH:

  • Fill google forms for internal processes before (internal) deadline
  • ACIP will get recommendation from HOD
  • Shortlisted students will be asked to proceed to online application (documents to be uploaded and application fees to be paid) before KTH deadline in February
  • Students to notify ACIP office after completion of application
  • Amrita will send nominations to KTH once students complete and confirm application
  • Admission decision from KTH before end of March
  • Acceptance letter to be obtained from Host University
  • NOC to be collected from ACIP Office
  • Proceed to visa application

Please refer to the links for updated information: All information is in Swedish Kronas. You can use an online converter tool to find the information in Euros/USD or rupees.

The link gives you the funding information for the program. Scholarship info is on the left panel. 

Please check the link for living expenses:

Select the program of your interest, link on the fees for more information:

For Example: Embedded Systems

Non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens: The full programme tuition fee is SEK 310,000
Non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens are generally required to pay an application fee of SEK 900.

International Student Information

If the students have further queries, they may contact KTH through the information available here

Steps to apply:

  • Fill out the google form below.
  • Department approval and nomination will be obtained by ACIP.
  • ACIP will shortlist students and inform them to proceed to online application
  • Students proceed to online application. (Before Jan 15th 2020)
  • Shortlisted students will be nominated to KTH by ACIP.
  • KTH will announce admission decision by March

Please scroll below for more program details

Bachelor of Technology and Master of Sciences in just Five years - 30 Scholarships available

Bachelor of Technology and Master of Sciences in just Five years - 30 Scholarships available

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham has established a Collaborative Academic Program with KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden.

This 3 + 2 program would enable students to study 3 years at Amrita and transfer to KTH for their 4th and 4th year, earn a B. Tech from Amrita and MS from KTH in just 5 years.

KTH Royal Institute of Technology is ranked 27th in the world for Engineering and Technology. As per QS ranking, KTH is ranked 98th in the world.

It's a popular university for International students with over 1300 exchange students and 1100 Masters students annually.

Scholarship Information

Approximately 30 tuition fee waivers are available for students from NON-EU / EEA / EFTA countries who apply for Master's program at KTH. Selection process is based on academic excellence. Students can apply for any of the scholarships below:

  • KTH tuition fee waivers
  • KTH - India scholarship foundation
  • Swedish Institute study scholarships
  • Other funding opportunities

Fee Information

  • Application Fee - 900 SEK
  • Tuition Fee - 310,000 SEK
  • Living Expenses - Approximately 600 - 800 Euros, could be reduced with shared housing

Documents to be Submitted

  • Cover sheet
  • Certificates and Diplomas from previous studies
  • Transcripts and grade sheets of each semester including course list; passport copy with your personal data and photograph

Students from Following Streams Can Apply

  • Electrical and Electronics
  • Electronics and Communications
  • Electronics and Instrumentation
  • Mechanical
  • Chemical
  • Computer Science

Interested candidates, please fill the Google form to consider your application

KTH Eligible Programs - Streamwise

B Sc-program at Amrita

Masters program at KTH

Chemical Engineering-CHE

TTMVM Engineering Materials Science
TMMMM Macromolecular Materials
TMVTM Molecular Science and Engineering
TNTEM Nanotechnology (In order to be eligible student must have completed two of the selective courses in "Design, Modeling and Simulation: CHE460, CHE461, CHE462" or one course from "Design, Modeling and Simulation" plus one from either "Materials" or "Global Elective".)TSUTM Sustainable Technology

Computer Science and Engineering-CSE

TCOMM Communication Systems
TCSCM Computer Science
TEBSM Embedded Systems (In order to be eligible student must have completed 20 credits in Mathematics. For the track Embedded Control student must also have completed courses in Mechanics and Automatic Control or equivalent.)
TMAIM Machine Learning
TMMTM Media Management
TTGTM Transport and Geoinformation Technology

Electrical and Electronics Engineering-EEE

TELPM Electric Power Engineering
TEBSM Embedded Systems (In order to be eligible student must have completed 20 credits in Mathematics.)
TIPUM Engineering Design (Student only eligible for track: Mechatronics.)
TINNM Information and Network Engineering
TNTEM Nanotechnology (In order to be eligible student must have completed selective course EEE380, EEE450 or EEE461 and EEE464 or other elective course focusing on Mathematics and Physics.)
TSCRM Systems, Control and Robotics

Electronics and Communication Engineering-ECE

TEBSM Embedded Systems (In order to be eligible student must have completed 20 credits in Mathematics.)
TIPUM Engineering Design (Student only eligible for track: Mechatronics)
TINNM Information and Network Engineering
TSCRM Systems, Control and Robotics
TCOMM Communication Systems

Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering-EIE

TEBSM Embedded Systems (In order to be eligible student must have completed 20 credits in Mathematics.)
TINNM Information and Network Engineering
TSCRM Systems, Control and Robotics

Mechanical Engineering-MEC

TIPUM Engineering Design (Student only eligible for track: Machine Design.)
TTMVM Engineering Materials Science
TIPDM Integrated Product Design (Student only eligible for track: Innovation Management and Product Development.)
TNTEM Nanotechnology (In order to be eligible student must have completed two of the selective courses: MC353, MC355, MC362, MEC355, MEC354. It is also recommended that student choose selective course focusing on Physics or Material physics.
TPRMM Production Engineering and Management
TSUTM Sustainable Technology

 

Deadline to Apply - November 30, 2019

For further information contact

Sujatha / Reshmi / Anandi
AMRITA Center for International Programs
0476-2804160
amrita.dual@gmail.com

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