Bachelor's Degree | Fall intake

Electrical Engineering

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This course provides students with a range of skills to understand and work with current and future technologies. Students will gain theoretical and practical knowledge of design and programming of industrial automation equipment, along with maintenance and operation - all reflecting the fast development of technology. Specific themes will include: electrical circuits, electrical machines and drives, information technologies, industrial controls and industrial communication, electricity and renewable energy, and microcontrollers. 

The main courses in the curriculum include Robotic Systems; Renewable Energetics and Energy Efficiency; Microprocessors and Microcontrollers; Programmable Logic Controllers and Industrial Communication; and Electrical Transport Systems.

Global issues you will tackle

Electrical engineers are able to find and create solutions in their engineering work. With an eye on sustainable development and energy efficiency, the use of AI and robotics will help to find solutions to develop more efficient transport and more efficient renewable energy systems.   
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Klaipeda University: Your study destination


With the development of Industry 4.0, the fields of renewable energy and electronics are developing an increasing need for specialists in these fields. Opportunities include:  electronics, electric power or other industrial fields, transport, automation and robotics, renewable energy, and electrical system design. 


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Why Klaipeda University?

  • Unique by its scientific research and studies in marine field
  • European Union diploma recognized worldwide
  • Wide range of programmes
  • International studies in English
  • Young and rapidly growing
  • High quality education for a reasonable price

Why Lithuania?

  • A member of European Union
  • 93,4% have a secondary education. The most educated nation in Europe
  • 92% speak foreign language (usually English, Russian or Germany)
  • 94% of foreign students recommend studying in Lithuania