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The aim of the study programme is to train specialists who had necessary knowledge and skills to analyze and select electronic devices and systems, able to design, install and adjust electronic devices and systems, understand the standards and directive particularities of electronic device and systems manufacturing and operation, were able to organize the activity of electronics sector enterprise (division).


  • Design and manufacturing of electronic equipment
  • Maintenance of building automation systems
  • Automated systems and robotics
  • Telecommunications

Details of the Study Programme

Why is this programme worth choosing?

Electronics is one of the fastest growing engineering areas. Almost every step is accompanied by one or another electronic product, constantly developing increasingly sophisticated electronic systems that facilitate human life and ensure greater comfort and security. Electronic systems are widely deployed in many household and industrial facilities. It is manufacturing and process management, telecommunications, energy, terrestrial, air and water transport, medical equipment, military industry, etc.

International mobility possibilities

Students have a possibility to study:

  • according to Erasmus+ student mobility program in higher education institutions of Austria, Check Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Germany, Hungary, Malta, Portugal and Turkey, as well as to perform Erasmus+ practices in foreign companies.
  • at Schmalkalden Hochschule (Germany) according to Double-Degree Agreement.

First-year students have the opportunity to receive an annual TELTONIKA scholarship of  3000 €. More information: https://teltonika-iot-group.com/newsroom/apply-for-the-teltonika-scholarship-programme 

Career possibilities
Graduates can work as installers, testers, designers, project managers of electronic systems, heads of electronic departments, engineers in various electronics companies or develop their own businesses.
Access to further studies
Graduates have access to the second cycle studies (Master’s degree) at university.


Interested? Learn how to apply here