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KTH Master’s Challenge

Indian students who are passionate about Electric Power Engineering, Engineering Design or Information and Network Engineering, academically-driven, and internationally-oriented are challenged to show their skills in a series of tests culminating in a case study.


  • Indian citizens or legal Indian residents currently enrolled at an Indian university, or recent graduates holding a bachelor’s degree from an Indian university (graduating no later than June 2017). N.B. Indian students currently enrolled at KTH are not eligible to participate in the KTH Master’s Challenge.
  • In order to be able to claim the first prize (scholarship), the winner first needs to fulfill the enrollment requirements set by KTH and the master’s programme. The prize winner must be accepted into the master’s programme in order to receive the scholarship. Thus, winning the competition does not automatically mean the student is guaranteed a place in the master’s programme.
  • Winners must abide by the application requirements of KTH.
  • All users must provide personal information that is truthful and accurate.
  • Sqore reserves the right to exclude users at its sole discretion.
  • Only one submission per person is allowed.

Level: Undergraduate level

Deadline: Generally in the Month of November

Field: Engineering

Prize/Benefits: One winner from each of the programmes will be awarded the grand prize – a tuition fee waiver, worth approximately 2,300,000 INR! Top 3 candidates per programme will receive certificates of achievement and an invitation to the Award Ceremony in Bangalore.




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