MSc Electric Power Engineering

KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Sweden
Qualification
Master's Degree
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
2 years
Intakes
January August
Tuition fee (local)
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Tuition fee (foreign)
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Entry Requirements

  • A Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) of at least 180 ECTS credits.
  • English Requirements:
    • TOEFL Paper-based test: total result of 575 (written test, minimum grade 4.5). Internet-based test: total result of 90 (written test, minimum grade 20)English test results from TOEFL should be sent directly from the ETS test centre to University Admissions in Sweden (institution code: "Sweden 3477"). Examinee score reports, photocopies, TOEIC or institutional TOEFL are not accepted as sufficient proof of English proficiency.
    • IELTS A minimum overall mark of 6.5, with no section lower than 5.5 (only Academic Training accepted). A copy should be sent to University Admissions in Sweden, they will verify the result
    • Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Certificate in Advanced English
    • Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE) (Certificate of Proficiency in English)

Curriculum

  • In the first year the programme is focused on providing a good solid understanding of the electric power engineering domain as a whole. The programme starts with 4-6 (depending on your choice) fundamental courses in the area during the first half year, courses that will constitute the base for further specialisations later in the programme. In addition to the first year also includes technology complementary courses that provide environmental, societal, and philosophical perspectives to electric power engineering.
  • The second year (and also at the end of the first year) is devoted to specialisation within the field. The programme offers a wide range of courses on various topics in the areas of electrotechnical design, electric energy conversion, power system design, and control of power systems. The second year includes a mandatory project course as well as the final master thesis project.

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