There will be no admission to this study programme in 2023!
The more we hear the word information, the more we realise how powerful it is. It is possible to make information your servant – all you have to do is find, summarize and manage it.
Graduates of the Information Management Study Programme implemented at Šiaulių valstybinė kolegija not only perfectly manage the abundance of information, but are also ready to provide information-related services, know how to identify and evaluate people's information needs and information behaviour. The programme is well-balanced for meticulous people who like humanities, social sciences, and partly computer science.
This programme provides training for information management specialists capable to work in traditional information storage and management institutions (libraries, archives, museums, etc.) as well as in modern (businesses, large data management institutions, etc.). Another distinctive feature of the Programme is that under the double diploma agreement, it is possible to study at the same time not only at UAS, but also at the Porto Institute of Accounting and Administration (ISCAP) of the Porto Polytechnic Institute (Portugal). Would you like to get diplomas from two countries at once?
Studies at Šiaulių valstybinė kolegija can be combined with work – both in full-time and part-time mode. Individual needs are acommodated on a case-by-case basis.
Why in Šiaulių valstybinė kolegija?
Šiaulių valstybinė kolegija is the only higher education institution in Lithuania that prepares information management specialists. Graduates work in both traditional information storage and management institutions (libraries, archives, museums, etc.) as well as in modern (businesses, various organisations, large data management institutions, etc.). Under the double diploma agreement, it is possible to choose to study at the Porto Institute of Accounting and Administration (ISCAP) of the Porto Polytechnic Institute (Portugal).
Further possible career paths
|Access to professional activity||Graduates will be able to work as information management specialists in different types of business and cultural organizations, libraries, documentation and information centers and services, archives, heritage institutions and other institutions in Lithuania and in the European Union countries, which require not only information resources, management knowledge and skills, but also the ability to communicate, serve users and work in a team.|
|Access to further study||
Graduates may get their learning outcomes recognized, if they want to take university study programmes of the first cycle. After completion of bridge courses or fulfilling other requirements of the accepting institution, students can continue their studies for the second cycle Master's degree.
They can continue their studies in Lithuanian and foreign higher education institutions following information services, communication, management, etc. postgraduate study programmes.
Study programme information
|Mode and duration||Full-time – 3 years, Part-time – 4 years|
|Study Programme national code||6531JX016|
|Scope of the study||180 credits (ECTS)|
|Language of instruction||English|
|Field of education||Journalism and Information|
|Group of study fields||Social Sciences|
|Study field||Information Services|
|Qualification degree and (or) qualification to be awarded||Professional Bachelor of Social Sciences|
|Chairman of the Study Programme Committee||Head of Management and Communication Department Dr. Rasa Pocevičienė, el. p. email@example.com, tel. (+370 41) 52 50 51.|
Objectives of a study programme and intended learning outcomes
Objective of a study programme – to train information specialists capable to manage information, identify and evaluate consumer information needs and provide them with informational, cultural and educational services.
Knowledge and its application
Study subjects (modules) and practical training