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.
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:
- Software Developer/Engineer: Graduates can work designing and developing software applications and systems for various industries, such as healthcare, finance, and e-commerce.
- 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.
- 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.
- Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Engineer: Graduates can work designing and developing AI systems and applications in industries such as finance, healthcare, and manufacturing.
- Web Developer: Graduates can work designing and developing websites and web applications in industries such as e-commerce, media, and entertainment.
- 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.
Researcher/Scientist: Graduates can work conducting research in areas such as artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, data analysis, and software engineering.
Application fee: The Application fee for degree study programmes is for citizens of the EU member states or countries of the European Economic Area (Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Belarus, Armenia, and Azerbaijan), as well as those who have a permanent residence permit in the Republic of Lithuania: €75. For other students: €180. (Application fee is non refundable).
Online application: www.apply.ku.lt/