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Electric Power Engineering at KTH

The master’s programme in Electric Power Engineering covers the following areas:

  • electric power systems and markets
  • power system operation control and automation
  • power electronics and drives
  • modelling of electrotechnical equipment
  • management of power systems

This programme will enable studenst to develop a comprehensive understanding of the field, with specialisation in one or two of the areas, giving them a sound foundation enabling them to enter a professional role in industry or academia.

Year 1

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 fundamental courses in the area during the first half year, courses that will constitute the basis for further specialisations later in the programme. In addition, the first year also includes technology complementary courses that provide environmental, societal, and philosophical perspectives to electric power engineering.

Year 2

The second year (and also 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.

Master’s degree project

The final degree project corresponds to five months’ full-time studies and is examined at KTH in the last term of studies. It can be undertaken at the university or in industry, anywhere in the world. Degree projects undertaken at the university are part of ongoing research and provide the opportunity to build close contacts with a research group. Projects in collaboration with industrial partners are often related to research and development. The project must be presented in written form, as the master’s thesis, and also orally in a seminar.

This is a two year programme (120 ECTS credits) given in English. Graduates are awarded the degree of Master of Science. The programme is given mainly at KTH Campus in Stockholm by the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (at KTH).

Topics covered

Electric power systems and markets, power system operation control and automation, power electronics and drives, modelling of electrotechnical equipment and management of power systems.

 

Specific requirements for the master’s programme in Electric Power Engineering

A Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent, corresponding to 180 ECTS credits, with courses in

  • Electrical Engineering (including three phase electrical circuits and/or machines) equivalent to 60 ECTS credits
  • Mathematics (including calculus, numerical methods, algebra, probability theory and basic control theory) equivalent to at least 30 ECTS credits.

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