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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology KTH campuses in Stockholm KTH Campus Valhallavgen KTH Campus Haninge, Telge and Flemingsberg KTH Campus Kista
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Facts and figures on KTH founded in 1827 17,000 undergraduate students (4000BSc, 13.000MSc) 1,500 PhD students 3,100 employees approx. 225 PhD degrees issued/year annual turnover MEUR 314 ranked among the top ten technical universities in Europe
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology KTH fields of activities Total: MEUR 314 Commissioned research 3.5 % Undergraduate education 35.1 % Commissioned education 0.7 % Research and postgraduate studies 60.7 %
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology KTH Schools School of Architecture and the Built Environment School of Biotechnology School of Computer Science and Communication School of Electrical Engineering School of Industrial Engineering and Management School of Information and Communication Technology School of Chemical Science and Engineering School of Engineering Sciences School of Technology and Health School of Scientific Information and Learning
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Undergraduate Programmes ALL PROGRAMMES 4,069 new admissions; 24% women and 76% men A total of approximately 17,000 programme students 300 ECTS CREDIT PROGRAMMES (5 YEARS) Architects 14 M.Sc. Programmes 1,346 graduations; 33% women and 67% men 180 ECTS PROGRAMMES (3 YEARS) 9 B.Sc. Programmes 451 graduations; 31% women and 69% men INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMMES 47 International Master s Programmes taught in English 1100 International Master s students INTERNATIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGES 350 KTH students studying abroad 1050 exchange students at KTH
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology International students at KTH During 2007, KTH welcomed: 1057 exchange students 1105 international master s students
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Masters programmes in English 47 programmes available 2008 All given entirely in English, with international student population General admission requirements Previous studies A completed Bachelor's degree or equivalent, from an institution of higher education recognized by government or accredited by other recognized organisation. Language requirements A good knowledge of written and spoken English. TOEFL test score of min. 550 (213 in the computer-based test, 79 in the internet-based test) or an IELTS score of at least 6.0 Start late August, deadline Jan 15 th Two programmes with start in Jan, deadline Aug 1 st More information and application: www.kth.se/int
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Student accommodation KTH Accommodation provides housing in student dormitories or shared apartments in and around Stockholm
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Sweden is one of the two or three leading countries in the world when it comes to new technologies. If youre curious about new trends, just come and take a look at Sweden. Steve Ballmer, Microsoft, April 2005
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Creativity & cutting edge research World leader in R & D Broad participation in higher education High standard basic infrastructure One of the worlds leading ICT nations
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Top ten IT countries in the world Sweden Denmark Netherlands Norway New Zealand Switzerland US Austria Canada Source: IDC/World Times Information Society
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Innovation leaders Finland Sweden Switzerland Japan Israel US Germany Denmark Netherlands
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Capacity for innovation Source: World Economic Forum, 2003
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Business & industry
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Bright future for careers in engineering & ICT demand for welleducated people, especially in the field of ICT the number of jobs will continue to grow declining interest in ICT education among young Swedes there will be a huge demand for qualified ICT professionals in the future tremendous opportunities for international students to secure qualified jobs in Sweden
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Higher education in Sweden High standards guaranteed Theory is easily turned into practise International student environment English is Swedes second language Preparing for tomorrows job market Modern learning environment No tuition fees
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Swedens leading ICT Campus more than 2,000 full-time students 2 programs Master of science in engineering 2 programs Bachelor of Science in engineering 2 program Bachelor of Science 9 Masters programs
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Modern & international Campus in the center of one of the worlds leading ICT clusters Kista proximity to the Swedish IT and telecom industries lecture rooms are equipped with state of the art technology 2,200 full-time KTH students one third of students comes from other countries about 3,000 students from Stockholm University
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Masters programs System-on-chip Design Communication Systems Information and Communication Security Photonics Engineering and Management of Information Systems Design and Implementation of IT Products and Systems Software Engineering in Distributed Systems Interactive Systems Engineering Nanotechnology
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Communication systems Compulsory courses Research Methodology and Scientific Writing Advanced Internetworking Internet Security and Privacy Data Links and Local Area Networks Elective courses within ICT entrepreneurship Internetworking Wireless Networks
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Design and Implementation of IT Products and Systems Year 1 Signal Theory Embedded Systems Embedded Systems Engineering Product Realization Processes I Sensor Based Systems System Level Validation Elective Courses: Concurrent programming Embedded Software Design of Fault-tolerant Systems Internetworking Product Realization Processes II (Project) Year 2 Research methodology and scientific writing Thesis Elective Courses: RFID Systems ASIC-design Methodology with High-level Languages Artificial Intelligence Compilers and Execution Environments
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Engineering and Managaemnet of Information Systems Year 1 Compulsory courses, 37.5 ECTS: Research Methodology and Scientific Communication Enterprise Systems and Modelling Processes for IT production Philosophy of Science Elective course, 30.0 ECTS Year 2 Compulsory course, 15 ECTS: Project Management for IT Systems Elective courses, 15 ECTS Masters thesis, 30 ECTS
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Information and Communication Systems Security Year 1 Systems Theory and Security Principles of Computer Security Research Methodology and Scientific Communication Network Security Philosophy of Science Specialisation Management and Organisation of Security Systems: Software Engineering and Security Architecture Legal Aspects of Information Security Security Management Specialisation Security for Distributed Systems: Security Architecture for Open Distributed Systems Data security in Java environments and Electronic Commerce Security in Mobile and Wireless Applications Year 2 Thesis project and relevant elective security courses
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Interactive Systems Engineering Compulsory courses - In total 82.5 credits Methodology for Interaction Design Collaborative Computing Multimodal Interaction and Interfaces Ubiquitous Computing Programming of Interactive Systems Philosophy of Science Research Methodology and Scientific Communication Masters Thesis (30 credits) Conditionally elective courses (37.5 credits to be chosen) Human-Computer Interaction Java programming Artificial Intelligence: principles and techniques Affective Interaction Cognitive and Social Science in HMI Advanced individual course in HMI Principles of Visualization
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  • KTH ICT School of Information and Communication Technology Nanotechnology Year 1 Solid state physics 1 Quantum mechanics 1 Theory and methodology of science with applications 2 Semiconductor theory and device physics Introduction to nanotechnology Analysis methods and analysis instruments Elective A large number of elective courses: Bio-nanotechnology, Nanoelectronics, Molecular electronics and many more Year 2 Theory and methodology of science with applications 2 Elective A large number of electi