Tuition-free, English-language masters program in Transport Systems in Stockholm, Sweden)
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KTH, the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden, is pleased to
announce our two-year Master's in Transport Systems (MTS) programme. We
are now welcoming applicants for our fourth cohort, which starts in late
August 2010. The MTS prepares students for transport-related careers in
government, academia, and the private sector, with a broad course
curriculum covering many major aspects of transport analysis, including
traffic engineering, transport economics, policy analysis, sustainability
issues, travel modelling, and public transport.
The programme is offered through the KTH Department of Transport, with
additional involvement by the faculties of Geoinformatics, Economics,
Environmental Strategies Research, and Philosophy. The programme is
presented entirely in English, with students coming from not only Sweden,
but also across Europe and around the world.
Also noteworthy is that there are no tuition fees for students admitted to
the programme, although for students outside the EU, this is probably the
last year we can offer free tuition (application fees and tuition fees
will mostly likely be implemented for students who start in Autumn 2011,
but not for continuing students at that time). In addition, there are a
limited number of scholarships available to help cover living expenses;
please see http://www.studyinsweden.se/ for information on how to apply
for those scholarships.
To read more about the MTS program, please see
http://www.kth.se/abe/utbildning/master/mts/1.9357?l=en_UK , and for
admission requirements and selection, please see
We are now open for applications for students beginning in autumn of 2010.
The deadline for applications is January 15, 2010. Applications are to be
filed at the website https://www.studera.nu/studera/1499.html .
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