Who is eligible to apply for the Joint Programme Master of Science in Mechatronics?

People with the bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and people having completed the first-cycle university studies which are close in their nature to the joint programme are able to apply. The following mandatory subjects and minimum scope of the bachelor’s degree have been foreseen for all applicants: 

The basic courses:

  • Mathematics 15 ECTS;
  • Physics 10 ECTS;
  • Engineering Graphics 5 ECTS;
  • Information Technologies 5 ECTS;
  • Mechanics 12 ECTS (including Mechanics of Materials and Construction Mechanics).

Special courses:

  • Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics 5 ECTS;

The Partner Institutions may additionally test the English language proficiency of each entrant.

What could be done if I have finished contiguous study programme?

Since the 1st of September in 2014, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University will have been offering supplementary studies which allow obtaining the proper bachelor’s degree. Candidates who possess non-university higher education degree have an opportunity to complete supplementary studies in order to meet the bachelor’s degree requirements needed for application procedure. The supplementary studies are charged depending on the number of chosen modules.

More information you can find on the website: http://www.vgtu.lt/studies/-study-programmes-full-range-/-masters-degree-study-programmes-/53781

Do I need to pay for studies abroad?

Studies at Braunschweig University of Technology are financed by the general studies financing system, thus the tuition fee is covered and no additional payments are needed.

Is this programme suitable for the candidates who have obtained bachelor’s degree not in Lithuania/ not in Germany

Yes, it is. The only condition is that the candidate’s bachelor’s degree should fulfil the requirements.

Are there any similar programmes taught in Lithuanian?

Yes, there are. Vilnius Gediminas Technical University also offers master’s degree Programme “Mechatronic Systems” which is taught in Lithuanian.

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