Master of Electrical Energetics Systems Engineering

General

Program Description

What is the purpose of this study program?

The program is focused to provide the modern knowledge from the electrical energy systems engineering and related fields, necessary for specialists developing modern electric power systems, to develop the ability to apply the knowledge professionally. Students will gain special knowledge in electrical energy system engineering, necessary for the application of modern technologies and independent development of new products and services, and to perform applied research in the electric power system engineering area. To develop the abilities to creatively apply of theoretical knowledge and scientific investigation results, and to improve professional competence during whole life learning.

What will students learn?

  • Very specialized knowledge in the field of electrical energy systems engineering related to research and development of the new products and services, necessary for development, service, and improvement of photovoltaic and wind energy systems.
  • An ability to independently develop, maintain and improve modern electric energy systems, photovoltaic and wind energy systems.
  • Skills to select and use mathematical methods, software, and hardware in order to solve problems in electrical energy systems engineering area and analyze and interpret results.

What about career opportunities after MSc studies?

Electrical energy systems engineering master students are able to work in companies maintaining electric power systems, self-manage groups of people preparing electrical engineering projects or continue their doctoral studies in electronics, telecommunications, and computer science field.

Last updated Jan 2018

About the School

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (VGTU) was established in 1956. The name of Lithuanian Grand Duke Gediminas was awarded for the 40th anniversary of the university's activities.

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (VGTU) was established in 1956. The name of Lithuanian Grand Duke Gediminas was awarded for the 40th anniversary of the university's activities. Read less