Robotics is a science of robots and intelligent technology, which is already fundamentally changing the face of humanity. The KTU study programme combines electronics, mechatronics, computer control, signal processing, artificial intelligence and programming in the design, development and application of robots and their integration with other systems in the work environment. The practical experience is gained through seminars and workshops in the best in the Baltics laboratories – international training centres, established and sponsored by business partners.
The employers underline the abilities of KTU graduates to be able to apply robotisation solutions and to improve production efficiency due to the analysis of manufacturing processes within the study process.
Admission to the programme in Panevėžys Faculty of Technology and Business is not available for current intake.
Note: The name of the study program will be changed from “Robotic” to ” Intelligent Robotics Systems”.
Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
|Study mode and duration||Full-time studies - 4 y. (Day-time), Part-time studies - 6 y. (Day-time)|
|Degree awarded||Bachelor of Engineering Sciences|
The best laboratories in the Baltics (by international accreditation experts, 2015), established and supported by business partners such as Schneider Electric, Siemens, ABB, Festo, etc.
Being the only Baltic member of EduNet network, KTU provides exclusive opportunity to the students to get professional training at EduNet laboratory by Phoenix Contact.
According to the employers, the KTU graduates are able to apply robotisation solutions in industry due to the analysis of manufacturing processes during the studies.
|Robot mechanics||Design of robot and their control systems||Programming of robots||Modeling and experimental analysis|
In nowadays world robots and manipulator systems are an integral part of the industry. They have become irreplaceable in such areas and tasks as rapid sorting, packaging, object conveyance, testing, fastening, painting, etc. Robots and manipulators allow to reduce the need for the highly physically demanding human labor and help to increase production efficiency which is vital in highly competitive markets.
– Adapt systems for machinery control in various companies operating in the fields from production to designing;
– To control production processes and understand needs and possibilities for their robotisation;
– To analyse problematic areas of facilities management and adapt modern robotic systems for increase of efficiency;
– To design and realise modern robotic systems according to the market needs.
Interdisciplinarity of this study programme provides wide range of career possibilities for work in various industries, public sector, space or military industry. Students learn at the most modern laboratories of the Baltic Region and after graduation they are able to:
– Design, install and provide maintenance to stationary and mobile robots and their systems;
– Realise modern algorithms for control of machinery and the ones based on artificial intellect;
– To combine classic mechatronics solutions, classical control algorithms, possibilities of artificial intellect and information technologies.
– Organisation and supervision of project’s employees, delivery of materials, machinery and equipment;
– Preparation of standards for installation, replacement, quality control, inspections and maintenance of robotic systems according to the engineering principles and safety rules.
– Installation, management and control of robotisation system’s devices and equipment, performance of system’s experiments and testing, and control.
– Management and control of computerised control systems and machinery for control of multifunctional technological processes.
|Proficiency in English|
IELTS ≥5.5, TOEFL ≥75, CEFR ≥B2, or equivalent
|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.
Physics or Information Technology
IELTS, TOEFL, CEFR or equivalent
|Full-time studies||3200 €|
|Price per credit||53,33 €|
|Foreign nationals with Lithuanian origins and EU citizens|
|Full-time studies||2951 €|
|Part-time studies||1967 €|
|Price per credit||49,18 €|