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BScApplied Physics

Kaunas University of Technology Lithuania, Kaunas
Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Tuition fee €2,800.00 per year

Citizens of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, China, Moldova, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan may apply for special scholarships.
Foreign nationals with Lithuanian origins and EU citizens may apply for tuition fee free places.
More information on ktu.edu/admissions.

Application fee €100.00 one-time

Payable within 2 weeks from the application submission by transferring it to the KTU bank account. Non-refundable. Bank details will be provided during application.

Course code 612F30007
More information

ktu.edu/b/b-applied-physics 

Overview

Are you interested in the processes in your environment? Are you constantly surprised by scientific and technological achievements? Would you like to contribute to development of high technologies? You should choose the studies of Applied Physics. The study programme of Applied Physics is oriented towards theory of mechanical, electromagnetic, optical, quantum phenomena, as well as its application in practice, particularly in the area of high technologies.

Key-words:
Phenomena – quantum, mechanical, electromagnetic, optical, plasma
Objects – nano- and macro-derivatives, solid body, crystals, nano-structures, films
Models – phenomena on the surfaces of micro- and nano-derivatives, processes in the material, interaction of radiation and material
Application – sensors, nanoelectronics, solar cells, high technologies

Partners: Elinta, Leggato, KTU Materials Science Institute, Accel Electronics, Lithuanian Energy Institute, etc.
Guest speakers from Stanford University, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Center of Physical and Technological Sciences, Lithuania

Advantages: students can choose minor studies in Mathematics, Material Science or Informatics.
1-2 semesters can be spent in partner university under Erasmus+ programme or bilateral agreement with credits transfered.

Programme structure

Application of fundamental principles in various industrial and scientific fields
Materials Physics
Engineering Mechanics
Fundamentals of Electronics
Fundamentals of Object-Oriented Programming
Physics of Solid Body
Physics of Surface and Surface Phenomena
Phenomena of Modern Optics and Nanophotonics

Recognition of new issues, their theoretical analysis and planning of solution strategy
Concept of the World Based on Natural Sciences
Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics
Nuclear and Particle Physics
Plasma Physics
Physics of Solid Body
Economic Engineering

Performance of physical experiments and analysis of their results
Methodology and Computerization of Physical Experiment
Mathematical Physics and Numerical Methods
Optics
Methods of Materials Analysis
Semester’s project
Practice of Applied Physics
Final Project (at industrial companies)

Application of high technologies
Physical Basis of Micro- and Nanotechnologies
Vacuum Physics and Machinery
Quantum Mechanics
Physics of Solid Body
Final Project (at science institutes)

Career opportunities

Internship
Students have an opportunity to gain hands-on experience and apply learned skills to enchance their career prospects during a 10-week industry internship in any business enterprise or organisation in the world based on Erasmus+, IAESTE, AF Consult, DAAD, etc. programme.

Career opportunities
The graduate is in demand from enterprises and organisations to implement research, engineering, expert work in organisations and laboratories that solve
• physics;
• modern materials science;
• mechanics;
• energy power;
• electronics problems.

"I started working at the company "Leggato" as a storekeeper and then climbed my career ladder, only because I acquired a wide range of technical knowledge during the studies of applied physics: starting with acoustics, geometrical optics, strength of materials or computer graphics. The basis of acquired knowledge is enough for successful work, but deeper knowledge of physical phenomena and their application, as well as mathematical calculation or modelling, is necessary for career development. Studies of physics have taught me to find analytical solutions of technical problems. I am glad that studies not only expanded my knowledge horizons, but also created a strong scientific ground. At work, I constantly apply the knowledge, acquired during Bachelor and Master degree studies of applied physics. I could not identify the most significant modules, because all of them were significant and useful."UAB "Leggato", Manager, Dainius Bernatavičius

Apply now! Fall semester 2017/18
Application deadline
Jul 30, 2017 23:59 (GMT)
Studies commence
Sep 30, 2017
Apply now! Spring semester 2016/17
Application deadline
Nov 30, 2016 23:59 (GMT)

for TRANSFER (only transfer students are accepted)

Application period has ended
Studies commence
Feb 1, 2017