Multimedia Technologies

Modern information technologies have significantly changed the shapes of information that reaches us, as well as information dissemination methods. In this programme, the future specialists are taught how to understand video and sound processing and creation principles that are based on modern computer tools. The students have an opportunity to familiarise with all sound, video material, three-dimensional graphics development and editing tools, create games and other interactive graphical programmes. The specialist of multimedia technologies is a link between an artist (painter, screenwriter, director) and digital content published in public space.

Code 6121BX015
Location Kaunas
Faculty of Informatics
Cycle First cycle
Field Informatics Engineering
Language Lithuanian
Study mode and duration Full-time studies - 4 y. (Day-time)
Degree awarded Bachelor of Computing

Guest lecturers

Algirdas Noreika

CEO at Indeform, Ltd.

Liudas Ubarevičius

CEO at SneakyBox

Reima Suomi

Professor at University of Turku

Oleg Pridiuk

Evangelist at King



Information technologies aimed at for multimedia systems and content creation

The programme educates specialists who have become a link between artists and created digital content. According to the specialisations, the focus is on multimedia system engineers and multimedia content developers.


Creation of interactive multimedia systems and content

The specialists of multimedia technologies are able to create games, websites, three-dimensional models, animations, filmed videos, and other products used in multimedia industry.


High demand for specialists and good wage

Due to close cooperation with companies, the students have an opportunity for apprenticeship in television, companies engaged in the creation of games and other IT companies. According to the data of 2015, the wage of the graduate exceeded 500 euro.


Modern hardware and laboratories

There is an opportunity to use modern hardware and equipment and free access to multimedia laboratories and studio.


Close cooperation between lecturers and students

Only cooperation can improve the quality of programme, therefore, unofficial cooperation between lecturers and students is encouraged, as well as additional official activity that allows achieving better results in the selected field of multimedia.



Graphical design – video perception and principles of effective conveyance
Multimedia – video, sound, 2D, 3D graphics
From idea to product – design, producing, content development
Interactive graphical solutions – programming of games, websites, and graphical user interface
Basics of computer graphics Interactive multimedia solutions Creation of audiovisual product


Algirdas Noreika

CEO at Indeform, Ltd.


The main exclusiveness of the specialists of Multimedia Technologies is the ability to connect creative and technical subjects. These skills are well-appreciated in the modern-day IT business environment, where a special role is played by created technologies and their aesthetic representation. Complex technological solutions and abilities of their realisation are crucial and also the skills are extremely important to present them in an attractive, clear, and intuitive form. The need for interactive multimedia technologies and their specialists is growing.

Viktorija Poderskytė

“Informacinių technologijų organizacija”, Ltd.


I am working with web software security. I am happy that I had the opportunity to learn different subjects: physics, mathematics, and programming in different languages. The basis of such knowledge makes it easier to work, work possibilities are wider and it is easier to settle in the company. The acquired knowledge helps to understand the specifics of work of other IT employees (colleagues) and it is easier to work.
I greatly benefited from the fact that after starting the studies of Multimedia Technologies I was familiarised with work in television, creation of games, 3D modelling and this have not restricted me from work in that field only.


Student’s competences:
– Knowledge of computer graphics and skills of development of audio-visual multimedia content;
– Knowledge and skills of three-dimensional graphic modelling, visualisation and animation;
– Knowledge and skills of interactive graphic measures, and design and realisation of multimedia systems;
– Skills of development of games, interactive 3D visual elements and effects.

Student’s skills:
– Able to analyse, design and develop multimedia content;
– Able to analyse, design and develop interactive graphic interfaces and software;
– Able to analyse, design and develop games and complex multimedia systems.



You may become

– creating or presenting complex graphics, animations and images of two-dimensional and three-dimensional moving objects using computer animation or modeling programmes;
– appropriate selection of visual and audio material, and proper tools for distribution;
– preparation of sketches, diagrams, illustrations and layouts for design concepts, presentation of design solutions.

– design and development of computer games using specialized frameworks and programming languages;
– installation and maintenance of the created products.

– design and development of digital animation, photo, audio and video, multimedia applications;
– design and development of mobile applications;
– installation and maintenance of the created products.

– design and development of websites, combining aesthetic image and user interface efficiency with speed and functionality requirements;
– installation, administration and maintenance of the created products.


Minimum requirements

Proficiency in English
Language requirements

IELTS ≥5.5, TOEFL ≥75, CEFR ≥B2, or equivalent

Eligibility CGPA
High school certificate

Maximum 3 years after high school graduation is eligible.

Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.

The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Russian.

The documents must be legalised (Apostille) by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country where the documents were issued. This requirement does not apply for the documents issued in the EU and Belarus, Ukraine.

Minimum average grade (CGPA) > 60 % in each entry subject.


Score structure


Tuition fee

Foreign nationals with Lithuanian origins and EU citizens
Full-time studies 2951 €
Price per credit 49,18 €


Financial support