Motor Transport Electronics

Bachelor's studies (college) @ Kaunas University of Applied Engineering Sciences
20 Aug Application deadline
2 Sep Start date
3 years Study duration full-time
3640€ Tuition fee for Eu citizens

Programme overview

Car electronics industry is developing faster than ever. If you are interested in electronics and cars, are able to keep up with the changes and easily absorb new information, this programme will allow you to gain theoretical and practical knowledge and launch a successful career in your area of interest. Already during your studies, you will have the opportunity to actively contribute to the development of KTK electric car, maybe even drive it on the racetrack.

Future motor transport electronics engineers study professional cooperation, mathematics, physics, IT, engineering graphics, mechanics, electrical engineering, electronics, construction and operational materials, the structure and technical maintenance of vehicles, etc. The knowledge gained is consolidated and improved during practical training and internships, which last 20 weeks altogether and are conducted in four stages:

  1. Introductory training
  2. Professional internship
  3. Training internship
  4. and final internship.

Students can also choose from two specialisations: Car Diagnostics or Cargo Vehicle Diagnostics.


  • perform diagnostics of cars;
  • identify causes of failures;
  • design and install automotive electronic equipment;
  • manage and organize activities of a car servicing centre or develop your business.


  • Automotive Electronics Engineer
  • Diagnostic Engineer
  • Service and Warranty Specialist

Programme structure

Detailed description of the programme including subjects and learning outcomes here

Admission Requirements

See our admissions procedure and the list of documents to provide here

Autumn Intake Deadline


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