Location: Lithuania, Klaipeda
Type: Master, full-time
Nominal duration: 2 years (120 ECTS)
Study language: English
Awards: MSc (Master of Engineering Sciences)
Tuition fee: €4916
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: €65. For other students: €160. (Application fee is non-refundable).
Application deadline: June 30
Online application: https://apply.ku.lt/
Studies commence: September 1
The aim of the Production Engineering study programme is to prepare high level Masters of Engineering Sciences in the field of Production Engineering, by raising the level of students’ scientific competence related to production logistics, modern industrial equipment and its reliability assessment, designing and analysis, numerical and mathematical modelling of technical systems, as well as analysis, management and optimisation of technological processes.
Distinctive features of the study programme: the study programme focuses on industrial enterprises and high-tech production companies, where the reliability of technical equipment, computerised designing and analysis of equipment and structures, as well as organisation of optimal production processes are of importance.
Having acquired the Master’s degree in Production Engineering, individuals can work in various industrial enterprises (food, chemistry, furniture, textiles, etc.) as engineer-designers in design companies, technical consultants, managers of industrial enterprises or their units, project managers in commercial enterprises.
The structure of the curriculum
Subjects of the Production Engineering study programme provide students with deeper knowledge of technological equipment used in production, production management and logistics in modern production enterprises (chemistry, food, processing, materials production, etc.), technological equipment and its reliability assessment, technological processes, their optimisation and management, modern materials used in industry, and the latest production technologies.
In terms of the study infrastructure, the Faculty has created good working and study conditions for students. Students can carry out scientific research in three research laboratories. The amount of the equipment is sufficient for the intended lab work / scientific research. Moreover, students can work in the laboratories of the Marine Research Institute.
Master’s study programme in Production Engineering admits Bachelors in the areas of biomedical, physical, or technological sciences without entrance examinations.