|Study location||Lithuania, Kaunas|
|Nominal duration||2 years|
|Awards||M.Sc. (Master of Engineering Sciences)|
|Tuition fee||€4,300 per year|
|Application fee||€100 one-time|
|Registration fee||€400 one-time
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Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
Applicants must upload education documents in original language, as well as translations into English.
You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
Applications are NOT accepted from the following territories (based on citizenship): Bangladesh, Iraq, Pakistan, Yemen.
One of next variants, if you have no any of this certificates you can pass University or Baltic Center Exams:
The programme provides and cultivates interdisciplinary engineering skills, which are based on the systematic combination of knowledge and methods within the fields of mechanical, control and computer engineering, thereby enabling the graduates to effectively solve complex technical problems related to design, analysis, quality assurance, maintenance, monitoring and diagnostics of macro and micro mechatronic systems.
Design and analysis of mechanical elements of mechatronic systems
Integrated CAD/CAE/CAM systems
Computer-aided analysis of structures
Finite element method
Design for automated assembly
Design and analysis of control elements of mechatronic systems
Adaptive mechatronic systems
Design and implementation of control systems
Programmable logical controllers
Embedded systems design
Information technologies for control systems
Maintenance and monitoring of mechatronic systems
Computer integrated manufacturing
Quality assurance of mechatronics systems
Systems monitoring and diagnostics
Automation of production processes
Design, materials and fabrication of microsystems (MEMS)
Microelectromechanical Systems Design
Nanoscience: design, deposition and analysis of the nanomaterials
Clean room technologies
Optical Technologies and Spectroscopy
Specialists of mechatronics successfully work in various industrial sectors
Graduates have an ample choice of companies – a significant part of all processing and extractive industry can be attributed to mechatronics. The trend of replacing purely mechanical mechanisms with intelligent mechanical systems is well underway, and has been expanding over the past 30 years. During the last years the graduates have been employed in various significant companies both in Lithuanian and abroad.
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