Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

Bachelor of Engineering Science in Digital Manufacturing

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University
In Vilnius (Lithuania)

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Vilnius (Lithuania)
Duration 4 Years
Start Different dates available
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Vilnius (Lithuania)
  • Duration:
    4 Years
  • Start:
    Different dates available

Until 2007, Finnish company Nokia had been the world’s dominant and pace-setting mobile-phone maker. Nevertheless, iPhone’s release that year completely changed consumer habits. Nokia ignored the threat and kept on producing cell phones even though it introduced touch screen devices in 2004. Nokia’s mobile phone department’s ignorance of the threat lead to company crisis, and, finally, it was sold to Microsoft.

Nokia’s case is one of the best text-book examples showing that nowadays innovation and ability to adapt to fast-paced changes is the key to success in the market. Modern manufacturers are increasingly dependant on digital technologies: data and analytics fundamentally change whole manufacturing process. It is the consequence of the Industry Revolution 4.0. Consantly growing digitalisation of the industry forces companies to change their manufacturing processes. Manufacturing and digital technologies are increasingly interlinked.

Rapidly growing industry in Lithuania and Europe needs both types of professionals: specialists in specific engineering fields and employees who are able to see manufacturing processes more widely. The latter are the focus of the digital manufacturing study programme – professionals who are ready adapt to quickly changing landscape of manufacturing industry.

In modern manufacturing, an increasing number of processes are transferred to digital manufacturing. The need for personalised manufacturing is soaring, when using 3D visualisations the product is designed, produced and assembled according to the particular needs of each customer. Manufacturing automatisation is also on the rise.

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Saulėtekio al. 11, 10223, Vilnius, Lithuania, 10223, Litva, Lithuania
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Saulėtekio al. 11, 10223, Vilnius, Lithuania, 10223, Litva, Lithuania
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To take into account

· What are the objectives of this course?

Digital manufacturing study programme is designed to learn: to solve engineering problems in digital manufacturing; to create and implement new technologies of digital manufcturing; the basics of fundamental sciences, manufacturing engineering, electronics and information technologies; to design and manage processes of industrial digitalisation; to formulate, design and analyse engineering problems, and to choose methods and experimental, manufacturing and digital equipment to solve the problems; to create and implment projects that meet definitions and requirements; how digital and conventional engineering equipment is constructed, how it functions, and gain basic equipment operation skills; the main principles of organising of actitivies of digital manufacturing, the sequence of manufacturing steps and their interaction; to assess the needs of manufacturing industry and react quicly to innovations and changes in the market.

· Who is it intended for?

Once you have graduated, you will be employable as a specialist to: work in private and state-owned manufacturing companies, institutions and research institutes, engineering departments under the Ministry of National Defence, where engineering jobs are available; work as a digital manufacturing engineer, product digitalisation engineer, engineer; work as designer of digital systems, designer of mechatronic and robotic systems, project manager; work as a market analyst of digital manufacturing, digital manufacturing quality engineer, human resource development specialist and analyst; continue studies in the same or similar study area on the second cycle of studies; become a researcher

· Requirements

Secondary, advanced or any other corresponding education

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Ananyo Chakravorty
4.5 23/11/2017
What I would highlight: Choosing Vilnius Gediminas Technical University for my masters was the best choice till now. They offer amazing academics, great libraries, highly qualified faculties, good internet service. They are always doing something new for the betterment of the students which gives a great impact on the students.
What could be improved: nothing to improve
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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What you'll learn on the course

3d training
GCSE Mathematics

Course programme

1st Semester

Course title

  • Operating Systems
  • Programming C
  • Mathematics 1
  • Introduction to Mechatronics and Robotics
  • Engineering Mechanics 1
  • Law
2nd Semester

Course title

  • Systems of 2D-CAD Engineering Graphics
  • C++ Programing
  • Language
  • Mathematics 2
  • Materials science 1
  • Cognitive Practice
  • Engineering Mechanics 2
3rd Semester

Course title

  • 3D-CAD Design Systems
  • Mathematics 3
  • Materials science 2
  • Theory of Mechanisms and Machines (with Ccourse Project)
  • Ethics
  • Personal Finance Management
  • English Language
  • German Language
  • French Language
4th Semester

Course title

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Optics and Lasers Machine Elements,
  • Tolerances and Fits (with Course Project)
  • Analysis of CAD+CAE
  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Speciality English Language
  • Speciality German Language
  • Speciality French Language
5th Semester

Course title

  • Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics
  • Electronics
  • Preparation Technology of Digital Production Process
  • (with KP)
  • Scanning and Recognition Systems
  • Design of the Cycle
  • Digital's Product Life and Manufacture
  • Economic Rationale of
  • Engineering Decisions (with course project)
  • Management
6th Semester

Course title

  • Automatic Control Systems
  • Functional materials
  • Digital Manufacturing and CAD/CAD (with Course Project)
  • Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)
  • Technology of Manufacturing
  • Automation
  • Human's Safety and Environmental Protection
7th Semester

Course title

  • Academic writing
  • Design of Digital
  • Manufacturing enterprises. Complex Project
  • Additive Manufacturing and 3D technologies
  • Career Intenship
  • Bachelor Graduation Thesis 1
8th Semester

Course title

  • Systems of Internet of Things for Digital
  • Manufacturing
  • Cloud Computing in Digital Production
  • Surface processing technology
  • Bachelor Graduation Thesis 2
  • Bachelor Graduation
  • Thesis 3

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