AUTOMOBILE TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE

EXTERNAL INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF TRANSPORT ENGINEERING STUDY FIELD AT KAUNAS UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED ENGINEERING SCIENCES. 15 December 2020.

Details of the Study Programme

Objective of the Study programme

The objective of the study programme “Automobile Technical Maintenance” is to prepare automobile technical maintenance specialists with analytical thinking who:

  • Have professional knowledge and understanding enabling them to solve the challenges of land transport engineering study area, analyse engineering problems and select proper methods for their solution, evaluate the impact of engineering solutions to society and the environment, comply with professional ethics and engineering activity standards;
  • Have knowledge about the peculiarities of land transport elements, internal combustion engines, electrical and hybrid technologies, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, vehicles and their technical maintenance;
  • Are able to select engineering solutions and means as well as technological equipment, necessary for designing, organization, control and performance of vehicle and its unit diagnostics, maintenance and repair technological process according to the defined requirements;
  • Are erudite persons, able to think creatively and critically, and maintain their professional competence throughout their lives.

Why is this Study Programme worth choosing?

  • This study programme is oriented towards practical activities with its curriculum being based on the real working environment needs.
  • Studies are implemented in a concentrated and intensive way, practical skills are formed in modern labs, such as the modern KTK Bosch training center, KTK Automobile service JSC “Tobis” wheel repair laboratory, modern “Volkswagen” automobile structure laboratory, KTK Racing Division team also transport and sport car preparation and maintenance companies with up-to-date technologies, such as Kaunas sport club “Juta Racing”.
  • Lecturers are the professionals of their field.
  • Possibility to acquire international experience under Erasmus + mobility program is provided.

Specializations

Car technical maintenance

Aims to provide competence and skills required to organize car maintenance and repair, design technological processes and technical maintenance equipment, analyse the causes and regularities of the technical condition changes.

Cargo vehicle technical maintenance

Aims to provide competence and skills required to organize cargo vehicle maintenance and repair, design technological processes and technical maintenance equipment, analyse the causes and regularities of the technical condition changes.

Sports car preparation and maintenance

The aim of the specialization is to provide competence and skills required for sports cars and their unit design, technical maintenance and diagnostics, and for technological design of sport car manufacturing and repair companies.


 

Guest Lecturers

Mueller Jens Stefan 

Jens-Stefan Müller

 

CEO 

JUNIOR-TALENTS

 

Career and educational planning experience.

German model of dual vocational training. Opportunities to gain work experience (short-term and long-term) abroad (Germany and other countries) while studying and graduating.
Human resources: recruitment and retention. Car service and sales strategies.

International mobility possibilities

Students have a possibility to take part in Erasmus+ mobility in higher education institutions of Austria, Check Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Germany, Hungary, Malta, Portugal and Turkey, as well as to perform Erasmus+ training in foreign companies.

Career possibilities

Graduates who have completed a Bachelor's degree in Automotive Transport Engineering will be able to work in companies that perform repair and maintenance services for cars, cargo vehicles and sports cars, in their departments and other companies that require transport engineering engineers and technicians; also manage and organize activity for service station, vehicle inspection center, automotive transport company or department.

Access to further studies

Graduates have access to the second cycle studies (Master’s degree) at university.


Interested? Learn how to apply here