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Degree Project in Urban Studies, Second Cycle 15.0 credits


Course Description

The degree project should constitute an advanced and specialised study in the main subject for second-cycle studies. The course is designed as a studio within urbanism studies, with special focus on public places and urban spaces. The degree project is a project work that synthesises all results of earlier courses. After completed degree project, the student should be able to (1) show knowledge of the disciplinary foundation of the chosen subject area understanding in current research and development and advanced method knowledge (2) demonstrate the ability to search, collect and integrate knowledge in a systematic way and identify his/her needs of additional knowledge (3) demonstrate the ability to identify, analyse, assess and handle complex phenomena, issues and situations also with limited information (4) demonstrate the ability to plan and with adequate methods carry out qualified assignments within given time frames and to evaluate this work (5) demonstrate the ability to, orally and in writing, in dialogue with different groups clearly account for and discuss his/her conclusions and the knowledge and arguments underlying them (6) demonstrate the ability to make assessments considering relevant scientific, social and ethical aspects and (7) show such skills that is required to participate in research and development or to work independently in other qualified activities. A main part of the studies, at least 30 credits of which 15 credits with specialisation should be completed before the degree project may be started for second-cycle studies within the main field of study. It falls on examiner to ensure that the student has the specialisation that is intended above. Exemption can after assessment be granted by the director of first and second cycle education.

Visit the Degree Project in Urban Studies, Second Cycle 15.0 credits page on the KTH Royal Institute of Technology website for more details!

Student Profiles
(Scholarship)

Ax:son Johnson Foundation KTH Scholarships - 4 Awards

Aside from KTH's regular scholarships, the Master’s Programme in Urbanism Studies offers one competitive - nominative fellowship and two scholarship tuition waivers to support students’ academic pursuits. Fellowship and scholarships are awarded based on merit and prior academic accomplishments.The Programme Director and a representative of the Ax:son Johnson Foundation, as well as Director of Studies, will review the applications and select the fellowship recipient and two scholarship tuition waiver holders in late spring 2015. Applicants will be notified whether they have been offered the fellowship/scholarships award by post.

Value of Scholarship(s)

15.000

Eligibility

Fellowship and scholarships are awarded based on merit and prior academic accomplishments.

Application Procedure

Applications need to include three things: letter of intent describing why she/he should be awarded a fellowship/scholarship
transcript of grades and copy of the respective candidates’ university diploma/degree
one academic letter of recommendation/supportAll these documents should be sent directly to the Programme Director at:KTH – Royal Institute of Technology
Att: Dr. Tigran Haas, Director
Graduate Studies in Urbanism
School of Architecture and the Built Environment
Drottning Kristinas väg 30, Plan 1
114 28 Stockholm, Sweden

Further Information

https://www.kth.se/en/studies/master/kth/urbanism-studies/fellowship-and-scholarship-1.511821


(Scholarship)

External scholarships and grants at KTH - 20+ Awards

Scholarships, grants and other forms of financial support are available from the following organisations and programmes. For information regarding eligibility, application processes and deadlines, we advise applicants to visit the individual websites and use the contact information found there. There is a non-exhaustive selection of the major funding opportunities available in different countries, but we also recommend applicants to look into the possibility of obtaining financial support from other organisations.

Value of Scholarship(s)

15.000

Eligibility

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Application Procedure

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Further Information

https://www.kth.se/en/studies/master/kth/fees-funding/external-scholarships-1.65869


(Scholarship)

KTH Scholarship - 20+ Awards

There are approximately 30 KTH Scholarships available and the award process is based on academic excellence. Receivers of the KTH Scholarship will have their tuition fee waived for the first and the second year, provided that the study results during the first year are satisfactory. Additional funding, for example living costs, is not included in the waiver.To be eligible to apply you must be required to pay tuition fees and have applied for a Master's programme at KTH as first priority. Students with a conditional eligibility are eligible to apply for a scholarship. KTH Scholarships are not available for applicants to Erasmus Mundus and EIT Master's programmes.

Value of Scholarship(s)

15.000

Eligibility

The selection process will be undertaken in parallel with the selection process for admission to the programme. The scholarship will primarily be granted on the basis of academic excellence. Only applicants who fulfill the eligibility requirements of the programme applied for will be considered for a scholarship. After the applicants has been assessed in accordance to the individual programme's selection process an over all assessment of all recommended applicants for KTH Scholarships will be made based on the following criteria: The applicants grades (GPA or equivalent)
The University where the applicants Bachelor's degree was awarded
The selection process and the recommendation of the Director of the applied Master's programme

Application Procedure

The application opens 1 December 2015 and closes 15 January 2016. When the application is open a link to the online application form will be published here.

Further Information

https://www.kth.se/en/studies/master/kth/fees-funding/kth-scholarship-1.72827



Entry Requirements

A main part of the studies, at least 30 credits of which 15 credits with specialisation should be completed before the degree project may be started for second-cycle studies within the main field of study. It falls on examiner to ensure that the student has the specialisation that is intended above. Exemption can after assessment be granted by the director of first and second cycle education.

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