Electrical Energy

Course Info

The Electric Energy program teaches students how electricity and heat are produced, transferred and used for practical purposes, electrifying homes and commercial buildings using both traditional and alternative sources of energy. Future engineers study physics, mechanics, computer-aided design, power stations and substations, distribution and transmission grids, high and low voltage equipment and its diagnostics, design of electrical networks, etc. The knowledge gained is consolidated and further developed during practical training, which lasts up to 20 weeks altogether and is conducted in five stages: introductory training and electrical works training, both performed at KTK; professional, technological and final internships performed at partner enterprises.

Career Opportunities

Graduates will be able to work as electricians, energy engineers, electrical systems coordinators and electrical network dispatchers, organize and carry out installation, adjustment, testing and measuring works at power stations, substations, power lines, install consumer electrical equipment, security and automation devices, control measuring systems, repair and maintain electrical equipment and other facilities. The acquired qualification enables students to work as engineers in electricity transmission, distribution and service companies, project and department managers in transmission and distribution network companies, electrical installation organizations and industrial companies, to create their own businesses.