In today’s increasingly digital world, programming is swiftly becoming a lingua franca spoken by people regardless of occupation. Self-driving cars, the Internet of Things, virtual reality, social media, robotic surgery, global logistics, and video games. What these topics have in common is the fact of their running on code and being fully reliant on IT. Unsurprisingly, this means that programming and IT proficiency is often a huge competitive advantage on the job market. This all leads to programming being one of the most popular choices in Lithuanian universities for international students.
Speaking of the job market, as the warm embrace of digital technologies envelops one industry after another – opportunities abound. Whether you plan to start your own business, seek employment in a specific field, or simply want to advance in your present career, this programme is designed to give you all the conceptual and practical expertise needed to achieve your goals. Getting your degree from a European business school rather than a specialised IT college will provide you with additional skills valued by employers around the world.