[robotics-worldwide] International Master Program in Systems, Control and Robotics

Patric Jensfelt patric at nada.kth.se
Mon Nov 27 00:18:19 PST 2006

===== International Master Program in Systems, Control and Robotics =====

The Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden now offers a 2 year 
International Master program in Systems, Control and Robotics. The program is 
taught in English and the theme is the analysis, design and construction of 
complex systems. The curriculum consists of courses from both the School of 
Electrical Engineering (EES) and the School of Computer Science and 
Communication (CSC) to give the broad background that is needed to understand 
and work with complex systems. Upon graduation, students are awarded the 
degree Master of Science.

The program is intended for students holding a B.Sc. degree in electrical 
engineering or information technology. The program starts in August each 
year. The application deadlines are January 15 (non-EU citizens) and April 15 
(EU citizens). The program is highly competitive.

The program is 2 years long (120 ECTS) divided into 1.5 years (90 ECTS) of 
full-time course work and a one semester Master's thesis project. Besides the 
technical courses project management and research methodology are also 
included in the curriculum to prepare for a successful future career, in 
academia or industry.

There is no tuition fee at KTH except for the approximately 30 Euro/year fee 
to the Student Union.  For more information see http://www.ee.kth.se/systems/

Patric Jensfelt
Centre for Autonomous System, KTH
SE-100 44 Stockholm, SWEDEN
email: patric at kth.se, phone: +46 8 790 67 31, 
URL: http://www.cas.kth.se/~patric

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