Electrical Engineering Degrees in Lithuania

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    Study Electrical Engineering

    Electrical engineering deals with the design, development and maintenance of electrical systems and their components. You will be responsible for their safety, quality, sustainability and reliability. As well as this, you will be involved in the design and manufacturing of electrical equipment that will be used across a wide range of sectors, such as construction, maintenance and transportation.

    Coursework

    An undergraduate degree in electrical engineering will give you a foundation of knowledge in the field. You will study modules on computing, electronic circuits, electronics and design. You will develop both your practical skills and theoretical knowledge, making sure that you are ready for employment.

    Your degree will be delivered in a mixture of modes. These will include lectures and seminars, as well as practical and laboratory sessions. You may be required to take part in a work placement module or year.

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    Study in Lithuania

    With just over 50 universities and colleges around the country, its education tradition is one of the oldest in Eastern Europe, dating back to 1579 with the establishment of Vilnius University in the nation’s capital of Vilnius.

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