Summarising the results of the national and international admission, more than 2.2 thousand new students will start studying at Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) this autumn. From them, more than 1.3 thousand will study in bachelor’s, almost 900 – in masters and more than 30 – in professional study programmes.
Over the last few years, the most popular study programmes at KTU have remained the same – they are mostly in the IT and engineering fields. This year, the most popular undergraduate study programmes include Software Systems, Electronics Engineering and Civil Engineering, and among the Master’s programmes are Big Business Data Analytics and Accounting and Auditing.
Following the resolution of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania and the order of the KTU Rector, the autumn semester begins with on-campus teaching. Practice classes, laboratory work, assessments and final projects defence will take place in the classrooms.
Meanwhile, theoretical lectures on which more than 30 students are enrolled, will take place online. The study mode is indicated in the schedule of each study module on the Academic Information System (AIS).
Only these students who hold a valid National Certificate and have declared it on the Academic Information System will be able to participate in contact classes. It is necessary to wear PPE covering the nose and mouth and to observe other established safety requirements.
More on studying on campus here.