ABOUT THE PROGRAMME
Today's motor transport relies on electronic components for greater reliability, operational safety, durability and sustainability. The Motor Transport Electronics programme at KTK prepares automotive electronics specialists able to design and install electronic equipment, select and manage diagnostic and repair equipment, and organise diagnostics of electronic and mechatronic systems.
Future motor transport electronics engineers study engineering graphics, mechanics, electrical engineering, electronics, vehicle comfort and safety systems, etc. The knowledge gained is consolidated and improved during practical training and internships, which last up to 20 weeks altogether and are conducted in four stages: introductory training performed at KTK; professional, technological and final internships performed at partner companies, which include global market leaders, such as Hella Lithuania and Continental.
Students have a possibility to study under the Erasmus+ student mobility programme in higher education institutions of the EU, Norway and Turkey, as well as to perform Erasmus+ traineeships in foreign companies. You can find the full list of KTK partner institutions here
The qualification acquired gives the right to work as an engineer in companies providing diagnostic services for automotive electrical and electronic systems, to work as heads of divisions in companies engaged in other activities related to the operation and maintenance of cars in the country and individual regions, and to establish one's own business.
Students are awarded a Professional Bachelor's degree in Engineering upon completion of their studies and successful defense of graduation thesis. Graduates can continue their studies and obtain a master’s degree.
Citizens of Lithuania or other member countries of the European Union (EU) or European Economic Area (EEA) and their family members, non-EU and non-EEA nationals granted a right of permanent residence in Lithuania, stateless persons and Lithuanian nationals residing abroad can apply through the Centralised Admission Information System and can be accepted to the state-funded study places or claim for scholarships in accordance with the procedures established by the applicable legislation.
Applicants who do not meet the criteria can apply to self-funded studies. Tuition fees for the following intake are listed here.
KTK has one intake per year for studies commencing from September 2nd.
Citizens of Lithuania or other member countries of the European Union (EU) or European Economic Area (EEA) and their family members, non-EU and non-EEA nationals granted a right of permanent residence in Lithuania, stateless persons and Lithuanian nationals residing abroad can apply through the Centralised Admission Information System.
Applicants who do not meet the criteria listed above can apply to KTK directly. The steps of the direct application process are explained here.
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SPECIALISATIONS WITHIN THE STUDY PROGRAMME
The aim of the specialisation is to provide the competencies and skills required to organise the maintenance and repair of passenger cars, to design technological processes and construct technical operating equipment, to analyse the causes and tendencies of changes in the technical condition.
CARGO VEHICLE DIAGNOSTICS
The aim of the specialisation is to provide the competencies and skills required to organise the maintenance and repair of cargo vehicles, to design technological processes and construct technical operating equipment, to analyse the causes and tendencies of changes in the technical condition.
Philosophy / Sociology (elective)
Circuits, Signals and Electrical Measurements EN
Microprocessors and Embedded Systems EN
Automobile Electrical Equipment and Diagrams
Automobile Control Units and Communications EN
Semester work EN
Optional Subject (elective)
Arminas Petrovas | Direktor at UAB Euronoras
Experience in automotive electronics, car repair, electronics diagnostics and repair, car maintenance and restoration.
Evaldas Banys | Director at UAB Vairoma
Experience in automotive electronics, programming, mechanics and hydraulics in fault diagnostics and repair of electric power steering units.
Vytautas Žygas | Master engineer at Chiptuning.lt
Experience in automotive electronics. Car diagnostics and electronics programming, car safety and comfort systems. Suspension, chassis and transmission structure and electronics for passenger cars.
Vaidotas Naujokas | Deputy director at UAB Atomis
Experience in automotive electronics. Repair and programming of industrial electronics and automotive electronics. Experience working with the diagnostic tool CarProg.