|Type of study programme||Bachelor studies|
|Degree||Bachelor of Engineering Sciences in Electronics|
|Duration||4 years/Full time, 5 years/Part time|
|Credit points||160 (ECTS: 240)|
|Study language||English or Russian (EN/RU)|
|Study arrangements||During studies international students join groups of local students that follow the program in Russian and study according to an individual plan in English.|
|Fees||3200 EUR (En)/ 1700 EUR (Ru) per year|
|Study programme description||The programme provides an academic engineering education in area of Electronics.
The programme includes as main subjects the following courses:
• Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
• Signals and Circuits
• Electronic Design Automation
• Embedded Electronic Devices and Programming
• Analogues and Digital Electronics
• Optical Fibres and Components
• Theory of Information Coding and Transference
• Digital Signals Processing
• Computer Analysis of Electrical Circuits and Special Programming
• Generation and Reception of Radio Signals
• Microprocessors and Microprocessors Systems Architecture
• Microprocessor's Control Systems
• Radio Systems
• Digital Communication Technologies
After you got the education you would be able to understand, apply, select and challenge appropriate quantitative methods and computer software tools for the evaluation, analysis and solution of electronic engineering problems and situations.
|Study programme link||www.tsi.lv/?id=2164&lang=en&ct=7&r=2162&top=0|
|Requirements||General Certificate of Secondary or Higher education.
It is desirable to have 5.5 IELTS (TOEFL 550) for studies in English, but certificate is not obligatory.
The 1st year students (after arrival to the Institute) will be tested in physics and mathematics for determining the level of their knowledge and correction of study programme.
Transport and Telecommunication Institute is the largest university-type accredited non-state technical higher educational establishment in Latvia. Main academic activities: higher education, training courses, vocational training.
Main research activities: optimization and modelling of transport systems, logistics, navigation satellite systems, air traffic control systems, telecommunication, transport telematics, applications of information technologies, business re-engineering.
The Transport and Telecommunication Institute carries out research and scientific projects. The Institute participates in the projects of the European Research Framework Programmes, in the programmes within the frame of COST, TEMPUS, COPERNICUS and others.
Population in the city of Riga: 710 000
Total number of students: 2927
Number of International students: 46 (2011./12.)
Number of academic staff: 92
Accomodation possibilities and costs: Students’ hostel (double room) 110 EUR / 77 LVL / 161 USD (+ VAT) per month.
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