About the department


About the Vocational Training Department

Vilnius College of Technologies and Design (VTDK) is the largest engineering college in Lithuania, which trains specialists for the transport, energy, construction, electrical and electronics and mechanical engineering sectors. The Vocational Training Department (formerly the Vilnius Railway Transport and Business Services School (VGTVPM)) will start operating on 1 September 2020 at the higher education institution, which fosters partnerships with business.

The College currently offers 15 professional bachelor’s degree programmes, which can be studied on a full-time or part-time basis, as well as 6 vocational training programmes, the duration of which varies depending on the level of education attained.

VTDK is known in business and society for producing competent and adaptable professionals. As a result of the close and long-standing cooperation of the university with AB Lietuvos geležinkeliai, the largest transport company in Lithuania, as many as 17% of the company’s employees are graduates of VTDK.

By working every day with state-of-the-art equipment and learning about the latest technologies, the students of the VTDK Vocational Department will be able to acquire a profession that will give them the opportunity to succeed in the labour market, or to take the most direct route to becoming a student of the VTDK and to pursue a higher education diploma.

News from the Vocational Training Department

Just one year of training and your first salary of €1200 in hand

Increasingly, people are saying that you don’t have to graduate from several universities to do a job you love and earn a good salary – it’s better to take stock of your options, your aspirations and find your career path. Vocational training is one of the best choices for those who know what they want to do or want to get into the labour market as quickly as possible. Vocational training is also available at higher education institutions – colleges. One of them, Vilnius College of Technology and Design, offers more than 10 vocational training programmes, including train driving.

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