|Qualification awarded||Master in Engineering Sciences|
|Faculty||Faculty of Physics|
|Field of study||Engineering Sciences|
|Study area||Electronic Engineering|
|Length of the programme (years)||2 years (4 semesters)|
|Scope of programme (ECTS)||120 ECTS|
|Language of instruction||English|
|Starting date||1st September|
|Tuition fee for EU students||4234 EUR/year|
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WHY STUDY ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES AT VILNIUS UNIVERSITY?
The aim of the programme is to prepare highly qualified specialists who are able to understand develop and integrate the latest technologies in the modern electronics and telecommunication market, plan and organize their maintenance and renewal. The graduates can develop their further career in industry companies specializing in development, implementation and administration of various electronic and telecommunication solutions and products, government communications regulation authorities, etc.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS AND SELECTION CRITERIA
- Bachelor degree in Physics, Engineering or Technologies
- English language proficiency - the level not lower than B2 (following the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) (Internationally recognized certificate or Skype interview).
- The selection criterion is based on the weighted average of all grades recorded in the transcript of your Bachelor diploma.
Additional points could be obtained for scientific publications and scientific conference presentations.
Students can participate in ERASMUS+ mobility programme or use VU’s Bilateral cooperation agreements which give an opportunity to study at VU’s Partner Universities or do internship abroad.
The graduates of Electronics and Telecommunications Technologies programme can develop their further career in industry companies specializing in development, implementation and administration of various electronic and telecommunication solutions and products, government communications regulation authorities, etc.
There is a possibility to extend the studies in a PhD programme the fields of Electronics, Physics or Material engineering.