The Masters programme is taught in English and involves team collaborations and projects emphasising the academic and cultural diversity of the field. The coursework is based around four areas of focus: Robotics and Autonomous Systems (AS), Networked Control Systems (NC), Systems and Control Theory (SC) and Electric Energy Systems (ES). Students will be able to incorporate and use KTHs strong ties with research and industry leaders for their thesis project in the second year, providing them with excellent career opportunities.
A two-year Masters degree in Systems, Control and Robotics rests on a core set of courses in systems and control and related subjects, and provides the opportunity to utilise a unique cross-section of courses from different disciplines integrating, for example, Computer Science and Control Theory to create a comprehensive education. As systems and control engineers require extensive training in the design and analysis of complex technical systems, this Masters programme provides a strong foundation in both theory and practice. From advancements in health care and the vehicle industry, to providing a variety of important functions in all forms of manufacturing, a large variety of different system examples allow engineering students to combine several educational areas in new, innovative ways.
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Tuition fee for the international students.)
European Economic Area tuition fee is applicable to the students from EU countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.)
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.
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.
Conditionally elective courses
Conditionally elective courses
To be considered eligible for the programme you must fulfil both the general and specific admission requirements. The general admission requirements are the same for all programmes at KTH while the programme specific requirements vary between the programmes. When applying, all documents described on this page must be provided.
A Bachelor's degree, corresponding to 180 ECTS credits, including basic mathematics courses in linear algebra, calculus in one and several variables, probability theory and computer science. In addition a course in signals and systems including material about time-continuous and time-discrete systems, sampling, linear filters and systems, transform methods (Laplace and Z) and a course in control engineering is required. The above can also be described as the student to have completed courses corresponding to the following KTH courses:
International students should consider taking a Pre-Master to gain access to universities in Sweden when:
No work experience is required.
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