KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) is an educational public research university, also abbreviated KTH. KTH is one of the leading technical universities in Sweden. It was established in 1965 and has grown to become one of the leading technical research and university education hubs in the country. KTH branches are in Gothenburg, Linkoping, Uppsala, Skokkloster, Malmo, Marsta, Uppsala, Vantaa, Orebro, Renningsholm and other cities across the Swedish region. KTH is one of the major Swedish universities that provide high quality education with high levels of research and academic reputation.
KTH is affiliated with many institutes and organizations. Some of these are the Swedish Technical University, the Royal Institute of Technical Medicine, the Royal College of Pharmacy, the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Academy of Medical Sciences and the Swedish University of Applied Sciences. The present day KTH branches are at Linkoping, Gothenburg, Uppsala, Marsta, Uppsala, Skokkloster, Malmo, Orebro, Renningsholm and other cities across the Swedish region. KTH was one of the first technical research universities in Sweden and is considered as a progressive and developmental institution in the country. At the present time, KTH is associated with several educational institutions and colleges that offer a wide range of courses.
The most prominent KTH branches are the Royal Institute of Technology (RIT), the Royal College of Pharmaceutical Medicine (RCP), the Royal College of Pharmacy (RCP), the National Institute for Construction Education and Research (NCECR) and the Skilled Training and Consulting Programmes (STCP). The RIT is associated with numerous establishments including the Swedish School of Hospital Pharmacy, the Academy of Technical Medicine, the Academy of General and Public Health Service, the Stockholm International Festival of Literature, the National Institute for Construction Education and Research, the Swedish Trades Board and the Swedish Building Council. The RCP is associated with numerous technical universities including the Skilled Training and Consulting Programmes and the National Institute for Construction Education and Research. The National Institute for Construction Education and Research is also associated with numerous institutes and colleges in the United Kingdom. The Academy of Technical Medicine and the Academy of General and Public Health Service are part of the CCPS. The Skilled Training and Consulting Programmes are associated with the NCCP.
The various engineering universities at KTH are associated with numerous branches, including the Skilled Training and Consulting Programmes, which are affiliated to the different institutes of the university. The programs encompass courses in computer science, electrical and computer engineering, information systems, industrial and structural engineering, Manufacturing, sales and service, project management and aerospace and marine technology. The courses offered by the colleges are designed to give you an exposure to work in industries across all sectors. The subjects covered include principles, processes, designs, methods, specifications, analysis and design, software applications and programming.
The School of Engineering and Technology at the royal institute also offers the Master in Business Administration degree. It is affiliated with the colleges of the school of business, administration, law and medicine. The coursework covered includes accounting, finance, economics, information systems, marketing, strategic management, systems management, safety and security, information systems and sustainability. A research opportunity is offered in sustainable energy. Students can opt for the Master’s in Energy Policy and the Masters in Energy Management.
KTH Royal Institute of Technology is one of the leading engineering universities in Europe. There are around 1400 engineering buildings at the university, which are spread across the four continents of Europe. The university has branches in many countries including the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Spain, France, Germany and Italy.
Students who wish to pursue their engineering degrees can enroll at the university in the cities of Stockholm, Malmo and Gothenburg. All the classes and modules are taught in the same fashion so that the students can benefit from the theoretical and practical side of the subject with equal emphasis. The study areas include refrigeration, industrial process and steam turbines. The summer session is generally held at the VGP College in Gothenburg. Swedish language is no problem in the university, as there are a number of Swedish speaking professors.
The KTH Royal Institute of Technology is associated with the Swedish University of Agricultural Research. Some of the joint ventures, which the institute has come up with include the development of new technologies for water recycling, green building and energy. The institutes is also working on the manufacturing of thermal and photovoltaic products in Sweden and in Finland. These products will be exported globally.