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So far so good! This university has everything you need to become an excellent engineer or scientist. I’m a Sustainable Tech candidate and the classes have been so far really interesting. The teachers are really open to questions and to debate during the lectures. The location is quite good, it has its own metro station that connects directly to the city center. KTH is ranked as one of the most prestigious technical universities in Europe! Don’t hesitate contacting them!
Lots of fantastic courses and well-put-together programs that will make you well prepared for a life as an engineer. However, lack of coordination between courses and oftentimes inexperienced teaching assistants prevents me from giving KTH 5 stars.
It is very organised university that gives opportunities to the students to get involve with the companies and learn how the market works. The facilities and the advanced technological laboratories help students to put the educational background into action. The professors and the rest of the KTH staff are very helpful and easily approached.
Great organization, great job opportunities (at least for my field – Electrical Engineering).
I would totally recommend KTH to any student willing to study Electrical Engineering.
Free for EU citizens – Possible scholarships for the others.
Stockholm is an amazing city, has a lot to offer.
KTH is a nice place to study with solid traditions and lots of groups and activities surrounding the education itself. Courses and teachers were both great during my time. The bureaucracy however sometimes caused some delays and minor problems, always fixable but with a bit of work (in my programme at least). Overall I am personally very pleased with my time there.
KTH is a university with long history (founded in 1827) and, as it seems to me, a promising future. Facilities are great providing almost everything a student would need with the main campus being near Stockholm’s city center. New buildings and facilities were built during my time there. The majority of teachers had a very good English level and were usually very helpful and easy to approach. However there were also a few teachers who were hard to find and to communicate and a few organizational problems especially for international students who are not familiar with the university processes and functions. Nevertheless, from my experience, this can happen in large educational institutes with a lot of students coming from all over the world. There are various courses covering many areas in many levels so almost everyone can find something interesting and suitable for them. I would definitely recommend it to everyone in the field of technology and engineering.