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The Informatics study programme offers a comprehensive curriculum designed to equip students with the necessary skills and knowledge to develop software systems using the latest technologies and techniques. The programme focuses on the areas of computational science, software systems, and data analysis.

Students will explore a wide range of modules, including webpage design, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, computer architecture and operating systems, Artificial Intelligence, data mining, and simulation modelling, and cybersecurity. These modules will provide a solid foundation for understanding and developing complex software systems.

The main courses in the curriculum include Artificial Intelligence; Cybersecurity; Web Technologies and Digital Graphics; Computer Networks and IoT; Object-oriented Programming.

Global issues you will tackle

The Informatics undergraduate study programme is well positioned to address several global issues related to the use of technology and data in our society. In particular, the Informatics study programme is linked to these particular global issues:

  1. Cybersecurity: Our cybersecurity module addresses the issues related to the increased reliance on technology in every aspect of our lives. Students gain the skills to design and implement secure software systems, protect sensitive data, and manage cyber risks.
  2. Artificial Intelligence: Our AI module addresses the concerns related to the rapid development of AI technologies and their impact on society, such as the potential for job displacement and the bias in decision-making algorithms. Students gain an understanding of the ethical and social implications of AI development.
  3. Sustainable Development: This is a global issue that requires innovative solutions to address the complex challenges facing our planet. Our Simulation Modelling module provides students with the skills to analyse and model complex data sets related to this theme.
  4. Privacy and Data Protection: With the increasing amount of personal data being collected and processed by organizations, privacy and data protection have become global issues. Our Data Mining module addresses this issue by providing students with an understanding of data protection regulations and techniques for anonymizing sensitive data.
  5. Accessibility: Our Webpage Design module addresses the global issue of digital accessibility by providing students with the skills to design and develop web pages that are accessible to people with disabilities.

Klaipeda University: Your study destination


Completing an undergraduate degree in Informatics opens up a range of career opportunities in the technology industry, research, and academia. Here are some potential career paths for graduates:

  1. Software Developer/Engineer: Graduates can work designing and developing software applications and systems for various industries, such as healthcare, finance, and e-commerce.
  2. Data Analyst/Scientist: Graduates can work analysing and interpreting complex data sets to derive insights and make data-driven decisions. They may work in industries such as finance, healthcare, or marketing.
  3. Cybersecurity Analyst: Graduates can work ensuring the security of computer systems, networks, and data. They may work in industries such as finance, healthcare, or government.
  4. Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Engineer: Graduates can work designing and developing AI systems and applications in industries such as finance, healthcare, and manufacturing.
  5. Web Developer: Graduates can work designing and developing websites and web applications in industries such as e-commerce, media, and entertainment.
  6. User Experience (UX) Designer: Graduates can work designing and optimizing the user experience of software applications and systems. They may work in industries such as technology, e-commerce, or healthcare.
  7. Researcher/Scientist: Graduates can work conducting research in areas such as artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, data analysis, and software engineering.


It's worth to choose us!


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